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  1. Iran: Wonders of Nature

    Iran: Wonders of Nature

    The exhibition, 'Iran: Wonders of Nature' brings together stunning examples of the country's rich visual tradition, many of them on display in...

  2. James Gregory Lecture on Human Flourishing

    James Gregory Lecture on Human Flourishing

    Professor Justin Barrett, "Does My Brain Fit with the World Around Me? An Evolutionary Psychological Perspective"

    This will be a public lecture in the series of James Gregory lectures on human flourishing. The presenter will be Professor Justin Barrett and it will be titled...

  3. James Gregory Lecture on Human Flourishing

    James Gregory Lecture on Human Flourishing

    Professor Justin Barrett, "Does My Brain Fit with the World Around Me? An Evolutionary Psychological Perspective"

    This will be a public lecture in the series of James Gregory lectures on human flourishing. The presenter will be Professor Justin Barrett and it will be titled...

  4. 'Aristotle's psychology and its reception' --- Sean Kelsey (Notre Dame) and Peter Adamson (LMU)

    'Aristotle's psychology and its reception' --- Sean Kelsey (Notre Dame) and Peter Adamson (LMU)

    Neither Arche Nor CEPPA (NANC) Event

    All are welcome.

  5. Career Talk with ISWS

    Career Talk with ISWS

    Guest Speaker - James Black

    James Black is assistant director of the Defence and Security research group at RAND Europe. In addition to group management responsibilities, he leads the...

  6. New Music Week: Lunchtime concert by Simon Leach (organ) and Benedict Holland (violin)

    New Music Week: Lunchtime concert by Simon Leach (organ) and Benedict Holland (violin)

    £5, FREE to Music Centre members

    Music by Bach, MacMillan, Leach and Hakim

  7. 'Lutheran Ecclesiology' Presentation and Discussion

    'Lutheran Ecclesiology' Presentation and Discussion

    Dr Jonathan Mumme

    The St Andrews Encyclopaedia of Theology is pleased to welcome Dr Jonathan Mumme from Hillsdale College to speak on the topic of 'Lutheran...

  8. An elusive genre: Andrew Lang, the fairytale and Celtic fantasy

    An elusive genre: Andrew Lang, the fairytale and Celtic fantasy

    Andrew Lang Memorial Lecture 2024

    Dr Juliette Wood, Lectuer in the School of Welsh at Cardiff University and Former President and current Council member of The Folklore Society, will present...

  9. Energy Cafe: Imagery and community agency in energy futures

    Energy Cafe: Imagery and community agency in energy futures

    Hosted by Gair Dunlop. Whether it's enormous offshore wind developments or the slow drawdown of nuclear facilities, community agency in relation to...

  10. Book Talk : Pathways Towards Lasting Peace

    Book Talk : Pathways Towards Lasting Peace

    Kaleem Hussain

    Peace and Reconciliation in International and Islamic Law presents a lucid analysis, observing how the sources of international law and Islamic Law help or...

  11. 'The Drum': film screening plus panel discussion

    'The Drum': film screening plus panel discussion

    £10; concessions available.

    On 5 March, Dundee Contemporary Arts will be screening the 1938 film 'The Drum' from a rare vintage 16mm print, as part of the events programme for...

  12. James Wilson Lecture in Law and Government by Bridget McCormack

    James Wilson Lecture in Law and Government by Bridget McCormack

    "The Legal Profession's Uneasy Relationship with Evidence"

    We are delighted to invite you to the Institute of Legal and Constitutional Research (ILCR) Annual James Wilson Lecture in Law and Government featuring Bridget...

  13. Bystander Society: Conformity and Complicity in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust 

    Bystander Society: Conformity and Complicity in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust 

    Mary Fulbrook, University College London

    Using contemporary sources, Mary Fulbrook's most recent book, Bystander Society (OUP, 2023), explores the ways in which ordinary Germans became...

  14. Choral Evensong

    Choral Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by choristers from St Salvator's Chapel Choir. Wednesdays and Sundays at 5:30 pm during semester.

  15. Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient...

  16. New Music Week: Composition Forum with Piers Hellawell

    New Music Week: Composition Forum with Piers Hellawell

    Free

    Honorary Professor of Composition presents a forum in which the secrets of composition are discussed in the context of a new set of student compositions...

  17. George Jack Lecture -- Professor Michael Kuczynski

    George Jack Lecture -- Professor Michael Kuczynski

    Blake's Pilgrimage

    In 1809, the visionary writer and artist William Blake exhibited a fresco painting (as he called it) of Chaucer's pilgrims from the Canterbury Tales....

  18. New Music Week: Lunchtime concert by Scott Dickinson (viola), Susan Frank (flutes) and Eleanor Hudso

    New Music Week: Lunchtime concert by Scott Dickinson (viola), Susan Frank (flutes) and Eleanor Hudso

    £5, FREE to Music Centre members

    A special concert, curated and presented by Honorary Professor of Composition Piers Hellawell. Debussy's Sonata for viola, flute and harp is performed...

  19. 2024 Octavia Elfrida Saunders Memorial Lecture: Professor Lesley Lokko OBE
    Limited access

    2024 Octavia Elfrida Saunders Memorial Lecture: Professor Lesley Lokko OBE

    Building and being

    For an architect, in too many ways to count, to be is to build and to build is to be. But increasingly, in a more fluid and often fragile world, the nature of...

  20. Service of Compline

    Service of Compline

    A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...

  21. English Research Seminar -- Dr Swati Moitra

    English Research Seminar -- Dr Swati Moitra

    Toru Dutt and the Poetry of 'Improvement': English-Language Poetry and the Shaping of Calcutta in the 19th Century English-language poetry emerging...

  22. New Music Week: Routes String Quartet and friends

    New Music Week: Routes String Quartet and friends

    £5-12

    The Routes Quartet write, arrange and improvise string quartet music influenced by Trad/Scandi/Jazz and Classical traditions. They create a unique sound-world...

  23. Prof Alistair Lawrence (SRUC): The science, relevance, and challenge of positive animal welfare

    Prof Alistair Lawrence (SRUC): The science, relevance, and challenge of positive animal welfare

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Prof Alistair Lawrence, (Scotland's Rural College), will present on "The science, relevance, and challenge of positive animal welfare", hosted...

  24. Violence and Social Bonds in Late Antique Egypt: Women as Victims, Perpetrators, and Adjudicators

    Violence and Social Bonds in Late Antique Egypt: Women as Victims, Perpetrators, and Adjudicators

    Anna Kelley - St Andrews

    TRIGGER WARNING Will include discussions of both domestic and sexual violence, abduction marriage and rape. This is a School of Classics Event. For further...

  25. Open Night at the University Observatory

    Open Night at the University Observatory

    Entry free

    Astronomy, telescopes, and art -- visit the University Observatory for the annual Open Night.

  26. New Music Week: Concert with Bede Williams, Baichuan Hui, and St Andrews Fusion

    New Music Week: Concert with Bede Williams, Baichuan Hui, and St Andrews Fusion

    Bede Williams (trumpet), Baichuan Hui (piano), St Andrews Fusion (directed by Jonathan Kemp) - £12, £10, £5

    Bede Williams (trumpet) and Baichuan Hui (piano) perform music by Hellawell, Saariaho and Hazle. Including the Scottish Premier of 'Russian Doll' by...

  27. Choral Evensong

    Choral Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by choristers from St Salvator's Chapel Choir. Wednesdays and Sundays at 5:30 pm during semester.

  28. Bach Cantata Service

    Bach Cantata Service

    St Salvator's Chapel Choir and an ensemble of Music Centre scholars and associate teachers, directed by Vincent Bernhardt, perform J.S. Bach's...

  29. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel with St Salvator's Chapel Choir. The sermon will be preached by Professor Tina...

  30. St Andrews in Boston

    St Andrews in Boston

    Reception and talk with Professor Stephen Gethins and Professor Phillips O'Brien

    Development is delighted to invite you to join us for a reception and talk in Boston with Professor Stephen Gethins, Assistant Vice-Principal (International...

  31. Organ Masterclass with Vincent Bernhardt

    Organ Masterclass with Vincent Bernhardt

    Free

    Vincent Bernhardt leads a public masterclass with University Organ Scholars.

  32. The Fate of Civilians in War

    The Fate of Civilians in War

    Stephen Neff, Edinburgh University

    The fundamental rule regarding civilians in armed conflict is the requirement at all times to distinguish civilian populations from combatants. Civilian...

  33. Dirty Linen

    Dirty Linen

    CSTPV Seminar with Martin Doyle

    Martin Doyle, Books Editor of The Irish Times, offers a personal, intimate history of the Troubles seen through the microcosm of a single rural parish, his own,...

  34. Sarah Broadie Memorial Lecture -- Speaker: Professor Ursula Coope (Oxford)

    Sarah Broadie Memorial Lecture -- Speaker: Professor Ursula Coope (Oxford)

    'Contingency and the Present'

    For further information please contact [email protected]

  35. Organ and harpsichord concert with Vincent Bernhardt

    Organ and harpsichord concert with Vincent Bernhardt

    £5, FREE to Music Centre members

    Vincent Bernhardt performs music ideally suited to three keyboard instruments in this special Tuesday organ concert; Frescobaldi on the Goetze and Gwynn copy of...

  36. Prof Manuel Spitschan (MPI): What does the eye tell the clock?

    Prof Manuel Spitschan (MPI): What does the eye tell the clock?

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Prof Manuel Spitschan (Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen): "What does the eye tell the clock? Mechanisms underlying the impact of...

  37. Book Launch for the Handbook on Global Constitutionalism, 2nd edition

    Book Launch for the Handbook on Global Constitutionalism, 2nd edition

    Book Launch

    This thoroughly revised Handbook presents an up-to-date political and philosophical history of global constitutionalism. By exploring the constitutional-like...

  38. 'God, Guns and Sedition: Far-Right Terrorism in America'

    'God, Guns and Sedition: Far-Right Terrorism in America'

    Bruce Hoffman - Jacob Ware

    Shocking acts of terrorism have erupted from violent American far-right extremists in recent years, including the 2015 mass murder at a historic Black church in...

  39. Choral Evensong

    Choral Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by choristers from St Salvator's Chapel Choir. Wednesdays and Sundays at 5:30 pm during semester.

  40. Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient...

  41. Music Talk by Pablo Herreira Veita (University of Toronto, remote).

    Music Talk by Pablo Herreira Veita (University of Toronto, remote).

    Free

    Music talk on Rap Cubano in the Archive: The Immaterial Paradox

  42. Scottish Chamber Orchestra: Times and Tides

    Scottish Chamber Orchestra: Times and Tides

    with Pekka Kuusisto (violin/director) and Ruby Hughes (Soprano) - Free-£20

    Erkki-Sven Tüür: The Lighthouse Anna Clyne: Time and Tides (UK Premiere) Helen Grime: It Will Be Spring Soon (UK Premiere) Einojuhani Rautavaara: Cantus...

  43. Inaugural Lecture by Professor Gregory Lee

    Inaugural Lecture by Professor Gregory Lee

    Contributions to Global Thinking from the Space we have imagined as China

    Professor Lee will address the thinking of the philosopher Zhuangzi who was active in a part of the territory we now call China during the late 4th century BCE,...

  44. SCO 23/24: Time and Tides with Pekka Kuusisto

    SCO 23/24: Time and Tides with Pekka Kuusisto

    Tickets £20.00 / Senior citizens £18.00 / Disabled £10.00 / Students, Unemployed & U26 £6.00 / Under 18s FREE - £20.00 / £18.00 / £10.00 / £6.00 / FREE

    Pekka Kuusisto violin / director Ruby Hughes soprano TÜÜR The Lighthouse CLYNE Time and Tides (UK Premiere) GRIME It Will Be Spring Soon (UK Premiere)...

  45. Jon Pineda -- a reading from his current work-in-progress

    Jon Pineda -- a reading from his current work-in-progress

    We're delighted to welcome Jon Pineda from the College of William & Mary in Virginia, who will be reading from his new novel, currently a...

  46. Service of Compline

    Service of Compline

    A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...

  47. The Bell Pettigrew Sessions

    The Bell Pettigrew Sessions

    Join Museums of the University of St Andrews, the Students' Association and STAR: St Andrews Radio to enjoy fantastic live music from St Andrews'...

  48. Unearthing the Past: Insights from the 2023 Vindolanda Excavation Season

    Unearthing the Past: Insights from the 2023 Vindolanda Excavation Season

    Penny Trichler of the Vindolanda Trust takes a look back at the 2023 season of digging at Roman Vindolanda Fort on Hadrian's Wall. She explores the...

  49. The Syrian Uprising 13 years on: What role for the Syrian diaspora?

    The Syrian Uprising 13 years on: What role for the Syrian diaspora?

    CSS Teams Event

    Friday 15 March will mark the thirteenth anniversary of the Syrian uprising, which turned into a bloody multilayered war, that catalyzed a political stalemate,...

  50. People and animals in Roman Britain --- Umberto Albarella (Sheffield)

    People and animals in Roman Britain --- Umberto Albarella (Sheffield)

    School of Classics Seminar

    TRIGGER WARNING Will include discussion of animal slaughter and butchery. This is a School of Classics Event. For further information please contact...