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  1. Susan Docherty --- The Smith Lecture, Autumn 2024

    Susan Docherty --- The Smith Lecture, Autumn 2024

    Reading the New Testament as a Jewish Text

    Each semester, an outstanding female scholar from any sub-discipline of Divinity is invited to St Andrews to deliver the Smith Lecture in memory of Agnes Lewis...

  2. Byre World 24/25: Publishing from and for Morocco: A Conversation

    Byre World 24/25: Publishing from and for Morocco: A Conversation

    Hosted by Clara Defachel in conversation with Hicham Houdaifa and Kenza Sefrioui

    This talk will discuss the challenges faced by authors, translators and publishers in Morocco to publish their texts locally, in a literary market that is...

  3. Byre World 24/25: Meet the Artist: Uncovering 'Palimpself'

    Byre World 24/25: Meet the Artist: Uncovering 'Palimpself'

    Hosted by Dr Elise Hugueny-Leger, from the School of Modern Languages - FREE but please book

    What can an encounter between a writer, two researchers and a visual artist lead to? In this conversation with Drs Elise Hugueny-Léger (University of St...

  4. Byre World 24/25: Poetry from the Mine (and elsewhere)

    Byre World 24/25: Poetry from the Mine (and elsewhere)

    Hosted by Dr Gavin Bowd, from the School of Modern Languages - FREE but please book

    To mark the beginning of the Festival of Languages and the fortieth anniversary of the 1984-1985 miners' strike, Gavin Bowd and acclaimed poet Paul...

  5. Dry Island Buffalo Jump

    Dry Island Buffalo Jump

    in collaboration with University of St Andrews Charities Campaign (USACC) - Pay What You Can £15.00 / £12.00 / £10.00

    Join the University of St Andrews' very own country, folk and americana band consisting of current staff, retired staff and a local alumnus for a special...

  6. Byre World 24/25: The Seven Sages of Scotland

    Byre World 24/25: The Seven Sages of Scotland

    Hosted by Dr Jane Bonsall, from the School of Modern Languages

    What might we learn from medieval narratives about violence, gender, and truth-telling? This adaptation of the 15th-century Older Scots story collection The...

  7. Byre World 24/25: The Seven Sages of Scotland

    Byre World 24/25: The Seven Sages of Scotland

    Hosted by Dr Jane Bonsall, from the School of Modern Languages

    What might we learn from medieval narratives about violence, gender, and truth-telling? This adaptation of the 15th-century Older Scots story collection The...

  8. School of Chemistry Colloquium:  Prof.  Bruce Gibb (Tulane University, USA)

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Prof. Bruce Gibb (Tulane University, USA)

    Interrogating how temperature and salts induce peptide unfolding

    It is well understood that the graph of the free energy of unfolding of a globular protein with temperature is (approximately) parabolic. This ΔG(T) function...

  9. Remembering Service

    Remembering Service

    The Chaplaincy extends a warm invitation to our community members who have experienced the death of a family member, friend, student, peer, or colleague....

  10. L'Incontro: An Archive of Italian Life in Scotland

    L'Incontro: An Archive of Italian Life in Scotland

    Exhibition of Archival Photography

    'L'incontro: An Archive of Italian life in Scotland' is a curated collection of photographs and images offering a glimpse into the rich and...