Upcoming events

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  1. Dive In!

    Dive In!

    Protecting Our Oceans

    Dive In! explores the wonders of the ocean, the challenges it faces, and the actions that you can take to help save it.

  2. Neil Smith Lecture
    Cancelled

    Neil Smith Lecture

    Presented by Andreas Malm, Professor of Geography, Lund University, a leading scholar on the Anthropocene and our climate-changed world

    Please join the Neil Smith Lecture, delivered by Andreas Malm, (title and abstract tbc). Andreas Malm is Professor of Geography at Lund University and a leading...

  3. The Pit and the Kit

    The Pit and the Kit

    Addiction, Heroin, and the End of Coalmining in Scotland

  4. Online exhibition: Controlling the Plague in British India

    Online exhibition: Controlling the Plague in British India

    Free

    The ERC-funded project Visual Representations of the Third Plague Pandemic, led by Dr Christos Lynteris, has curated an online exhibition on the subject of...

  5. Lived Spaces in Late Antiquity

    Lived Spaces in Late Antiquity

    In association with the School of Classics and the Centre for Late Antique Studies

    To register for this conference please e-mail classcon@st-andrews.ac.uk by Monday 6 December. Lived Spaces in Late Antiquity Conference Programme (Provisional)...

  6. 4th Conference on Contemporary Issues in Banking

    4th Conference on Contemporary Issues in Banking

    The 4th Conference on Contemporary Issues in Banking will take place online on Monday 13 December 2021 and Tuesday 14 December 2021. This year's event...

  7. TheoArtistry: Art as Revelation

    TheoArtistry: Art as Revelation

    A collaborative exhibition investigating the cognitive implications of text-inclusive artworks

    TheoArtistry is about a meeting of the ways: between theology and the arts, between theory and practice, and -- in the latest TheoArtistry scheme --...

  8. Tracing the Lines: Pots and People in Late Neolithic Scotland

    Tracing the Lines: Pots and People in Late Neolithic Scotland

    In the final centuries of the 4th millennium BC a new style of pottery known as Grooved Ware appeared in Orkney. Known from sites including the Standing Stones...

  9. TheoArtistry: Art as Revelation

    TheoArtistry: Art as Revelation

    A collaborative exhibition investigating the cognitive implications of text-inclusive artworks

    TheoArtistry is about a meeting of the ways: between theology and the arts, between theory and practice, and -- in the latest TheoArtistry scheme --...

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