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  1. Picturing peace in the DR Congo -- Hugh Kinsella Cunningham

    Picturing peace in the DR Congo -- Hugh Kinsella Cunningham

    Hosted by the University of St Andrews' Visualising War and Peace project

    This photography exhibition showcases the courageous work of women fighting to restore peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Through a series of colourful...

  2. UK Association for Buddhist Studies: Annual Conference

    UK Association for Buddhist Studies: Annual Conference

    Negotiating Boundaries in Buddhism and Buddhist Studies

    The theme for the annual conference is 'Negotiating Boundaries in Buddhism and Buddhist Studies'. For the conference, the organisers are keen to...

  3. The Power of Compassion: Masked Dance and Sacred Tibetan Chant

    The Power of Compassion: Masked Dance and Sacred Tibetan Chant

    Prices: Adult £20pp/ Child (5 - 15yrs) £10pp

    Tibetan Buddhist Monks from Tashi Lhunpo Monastery appear at St Andrews as they visit the UK on their 50th Anniversary Tour, opening a magical window on to a...

  4. Somewhere to Stay: outdoor art installation at the University of St Andrews

    Somewhere to Stay: outdoor art installation at the University of St Andrews

    A new work of art by Diana Forster, co-commissioned by the University of St Andrews' Visualising War and Peace project and the IWM 14-18 NOW Legacy Fund

    In 1940, when she was 16 years old, Forster's mother --- Anna Sokulska Forster --- was deported from her family home in eastern Poland (now...

  5. Somewhere to Stay: indoor exhibition at the University of St Andrews

    Somewhere to Stay: indoor exhibition at the University of St Andrews

    By Diana Forster, co-commissioned by the University of St Andrews' Visualising War and Peace project and the IWM 14-18 NOW Legacy Fund

    In 1940, when she was 16 years old, artist Diana Forster's mother --- Anna Sokulska Forster --- was deported from her family home in eastern...

  6. Towards a More Inclusive Classics III: Material Culture (Hybrid)

    Towards a More Inclusive Classics III: Material Culture (Hybrid)

    With the support of the Institute of Classical Studies, the Council of University Classics Departments EDI Committee, and the University of Reading.

    DAY 1: Wednesday 28 June 2023 (Online) 13.30 Tulsi Parikh, Alexia Petsalis-Diomidis: Welcome Panel 1: Catch-up with past ICI projects 13.40 Peter Kruschwitz:...

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