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  1. Departmental Seminar --- Dr Méadhbh McIvor

    Departmental Seminar --- Dr Méadhbh McIvor

    Title: Hell and Other People: Social Change and Collective Responsibility in an English Evangelical Community - Free

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

  2. Byre Film Club: The Father

    Byre Film Club: The Father

    Pay What You Can: £8/£6

    Winner of two Academy Awards, including Anthony Hopkins' win for Best Actor, The Father is a harrowing story of a man's descent into dementia as he...

  3. Byre Film Club: The Courier

    Byre Film Club: The Courier

    Pay What You Can: £8/£6

    Calling all lovers of thrillers and espionage. Immerse yourself in this true-life spy story starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the unassuming British businessman...

  4. Byre Film Club: 23 Walks

    Byre Film Club: 23 Walks

    Pay What You Can: £8/£6

    Over the course of 23 dog walks, Dave (Dave Johns) and Fern (Alison Steadman), both in their sixties, share life and eventually love in this heart-warming...

  5. Byre Film Club: Limbo

    Byre Film Club: Limbo

    Pay What You Can: £8/£6

    Omar, a promising young Syrian musician, is separated from his family and forced to seek asylum on a remote Scottish island. Blending humour with tragedy, this...

  6. Byre Film Club: 23 Walks

    Byre Film Club: 23 Walks

    Pay What You Can: £8/£6

    Over the course of 23 dog walks, Dave (Dave Johns) and Fern (Alison Steadman), both in their sixties, share life and eventually love in this heart-warming...

  7. Byre Film Club: The War Below

    Byre Film Club: The War Below

    Pay What You Can: £8/£6

    Film-lovers and history buffs alike marvel at the untold story of the group of British miners recruited to tunnel beneath 'no man's land' to...

  8. Byre Film Club: At Eternity's Gate

    Byre Film Club: At Eternity's Gate

    Pay What You Can: £8/£6

    Willem Dafoe's incredible performance offers an alternative look at the life of Vincent Van Gogh, attempting to pose the question of whether or not his...

  9. School of Chemistry Colloquia: Professor Xile Hu

    School of Chemistry Colloquia: Professor Xile Hu

    Title and abstract to follow. More information on Professor Xile Hu.

  10. Green Film Festival 2022: Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

    Green Film Festival 2022: Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

    Pay what you can: £8, £6

    From the harsh industrial landscapes in Siberia and the towering white mountains of marble in Carrara, Italy, to the uneven plastic peaks of Dandora Landfill in...

  11. School of Chemistry Colloquia: Professor Karol Grela

    School of Chemistry Colloquia: Professor Karol Grela

    Title and abstract to follow. More information on Professor Karol Grela.

  12. School of Chemistry Colloquia: Dr Robert Phipps

    School of Chemistry Colloquia: Dr Robert Phipps

    Dr Robert Phipps (University of Cambridge) will give a talk discussing his research group's most recent work. Title and abstract to follow....

  13. School of Chemistry Colloquia: Professor Mike Ingleson

    School of Chemistry Colloquia: Professor Mike Ingleson

    Professor Mike Ingleson (University of Edinburgh) will give a talk discussing his research group's most recent work. Title and abstract to follow.

  14. Philosophy of mind in Greek and Roman philosophy

    Philosophy of mind in Greek and Roman philosophy

    9am Jason Carter, LMU Munich, 'Dividing Soul from Body: Common and Proper Pathē in the Philebus and De Anima' 10am Hannah Laurens, St Andrews,...

  15. CSS Seminar Series: Dr Carsten Wieland and Dr Michelle Burgis

    CSS Seminar Series: Dr Carsten Wieland and Dr Michelle Burgis

    Humanitarian assistance and war crimes

    The CSS and MECACS are hosting this joint presentation from Dr Carsten Wieland, scholar, German diplomat, senior UN consultant, and Middle East and conflict...

  16. Centre for Poetic Innovation -- Research Seminar by Prof. Stephen Roberts

    Centre for Poetic Innovation -- Research Seminar by Prof. Stephen Roberts

    "Three hundred dark-red roses: Lorca's use of metaphor"

    According to philosopher José Ortega y Gasset (1883-1955), what set the "new" (avant-garde) artists and writers apart from their nineteenth-century...

  17. School of Chemistry Webinar:  Prof. Sharon Ruthstein (Bar-Ilan University)

    School of Chemistry Webinar: Prof. Sharon Ruthstein (Bar-Ilan University)

    Gaining molecular level information on the cellular copper cycle by EPR spectroscopy

    In the last couple of years, my lab has been exploring the cellular copper cycle in eukaryotic and prokaryotic systems using Electron Paramagnetic Resonance...

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