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  1. Critical Conversations

    Critical Conversations

    Can peat use be sustainable?

    Whose voices are missing from museums? Which stories are not told? Which uncomfortable histories remain hidden? and how can museums move forward? From empire...

  2. Museum Holiday Workshop

    Museum Holiday Workshop

    Bog in a bottle (Drop in)

    Want to make your own mini peatland bog? Join us to make a bog in a bottle and discover the boggy truth about peat!

  3. 'The Freedom to Ruin Ourselves, if We Want To': Valerius Maximus and the exponential vices of empire

    'The Freedom to Ruin Ourselves, if We Want To': Valerius Maximus and the exponential vices of empire

    Annual Lecture of the Centre for the Literatures of the Roman Empire - Rebecca Langlands - Exeter

    This is a School of Classics event. For further information please contact [email protected]

  4. Athenian thinking on sisterhood and slavery: new evidence from the Archimedes palimpsest

    Athenian thinking on sisterhood and slavery: new evidence from the Archimedes palimpsest

    Katherine Backler - Oxford

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. For further information please contact [email protected].

  5. English Research Seminar - Dr Rachel Burns

    English Research Seminar - Dr Rachel Burns

    'And you shall know that I am the Lord': The Wanderer and The Book of Ezekiel.

    The ruined-city motif in the Old English poem The Wanderer (lines 73-87) has long been read as a reflex of traditional Germanic diction, and as a symbol of...

  6. Wee Wardlaws

    Wee Wardlaws

    Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud

    Help your little one explore the world around them through museum objects, stories, songs, crafts and things to do and spot. Places are limited and booking...

  7. English Research Seminar - Professor Catherine Spooner

    English Research Seminar - Professor Catherine Spooner

    White Dress: A Gothic Cultural History

    What do Melania Trump and Marie Antoinette have in common? This paper takes this question as a starting point to explore the cultural history of the white...

  8. Cultural Prescriptions

    Cultural Prescriptions

    Now more than ever it's important to take time for your wellbeing, connect to others, and to St Andrews. If you want to try something new and creative,...

  9. 'Legislation, Charges and Christians: Problems and Solutions'

    'Legislation, Charges and Christians: Problems and Solutions'

    James Corke-Webster - King's College London

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. For further information please contact [email protected]

  10. English Research Seminar - Professor Mark Bould

    English Research Seminar - Professor Mark Bould

    Three tendencies in cli-fi/sci-fi cinema

    While climate fiction is now a familiar category of prose fiction, the cinema of climate change seems less well-established. Both, however, can be dated back to...

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