Upcoming events

17 results found
  1. Medieval History Seminar

    Medieval History Seminar

    Liturgy and Reform in Ottonian Europe

    Professor Sarah Hamilton (Exeter) [Bullough Fellow] Liturgy and Reform in Ottonian Europe

  2. Medieval History Seminar

    Medieval History Seminar

    Chaucer's Medieval Manuscripts in Early Modern England

    Dr Devani Singh (Geneva) Chaucer's Medieval Manuscripts in Early Modern England

  3. Scottish History Seminar

    Scottish History Seminar

    Gaelic Sovereignty in the Later Middle Ages

    Gaelic Sovereignty in the Later Middle Ages presented by Dr Martin MacGregor (University of Glasgow)

  4. Medieval History Seminar

    Medieval History Seminar

    Dating the Hadith. Methodological reflections on the emergence of prophetic authority in early Islam

    Professor Mathieu Tillier (Sorbonne) (TEAMS With ILCR) Dating the Hadith. Methodological reflections on the emergence of prophetic authority in early Islam

  5. Scottish History Seminar

    Scottish History Seminar

    Scotland Zen and the Roots of Scottish Green Nationalism, c.1934-c.1974

    Scotland Zen and the Roots of Scottish Green Nationalism, c.1934-c.1974 presented by Dr Sarah Leith (University of St Andrews)

  6. Annual Smout Lecture

    Annual Smout Lecture

    Why does Edinburgh have historic buildings?

    ANNUAL SMOUT LECTURE Professor Robert Morris (University of Edinburgh) Why does Edinburgh have historic buildings?

  7. Departmental Seminar -- Anna Rauter

    Departmental Seminar -- Anna Rauter

    Title: Elite Energy Transitions: Leaders and Experts Promoting Renewable Energy Futures in Norway - Free

    Departmental Seminar, guest speaker followed by Q&A. Hosted by the Department of Social Anthropology.

  8. Scottish History Seminar

    Scottish History Seminar

    Napoleon and Ossian: Celtomania and the construction of French nationhood

    Napoleon and Ossian: Celtomania and the construction of French nationhood presented by Dr Clarisse Godard Desmarest (University of Picardie Jules Verne,...

  9. Departmental Seminar -- Prof Jenny Huberman

    Departmental Seminar -- Prof Jenny Huberman

    Title: Moments are Still the Elements of Profit: The App Economy and the Digital Extraction of Surplus-Value   - Free

    Departmental Seminar, guest speaker followed by Q&A. Hosted by the Department of Social Anthropology.

  10. Medieval History Seminar

    Medieval History Seminar

    Fontes Anglo-Saxonici: the Challenges of Producing, Maintaining and Using Electronic Databases in the Twenty-First Century

    Dr Christine Rauer and Dr Mark-Jan Nederhof (St Andrews) Fontes Anglo-Saxonici: the Challenges of Producing, Maintaining and Using Electronic Databases in the...

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