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  1. From pearl formation to shellfish reefs: applying molecular techniques to malacological questions

    From pearl formation to shellfish reefs: applying molecular techniques to malacological questions

    Research seminar as part of the School of Biology's Biomolecular Sciences (BMS) external seminar series by Dr Carmel McDougall, Scottish Oceans Institute,...

  2. St. Andrews Institute of Medieval Studies - ANNUAL LECTURE

    St. Andrews Institute of Medieval Studies - ANNUAL LECTURE

    Professor Elaine Treharne (Stanford) - Scribes, Scribal Practices, and Writing Environments in Britain 1150-1250

    Professor Elaine Treharne (Stanford) - Scribes, Scribal Practices, and Writing Environments in Britain 1150-1250 If you would like to join online please...

  3. DWD Shaw Memorial Lecture

    DWD Shaw Memorial Lecture

    To be given by Prof. Paul Nimmo (King's Chair of Systematic Theology, University of Aberdeen)

    St Andrews hosts this year's public memorial lecture that commemorates prominent Scottish theologian, churchman, and philanthropist, Revd Prof. D.W.D....

  4. Centre for the Public Understanding of Greek and Roman Drama Annual Lecture

    Centre for the Public Understanding of Greek and Roman Drama Annual Lecture

    Repeating Greek Tragedy in the American 'Mediterranean' Sea - Rosa Andújar - King's College London

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

  5. Damascene Reformers

    Damascene Reformers

    The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.'

    The Syrian Arab Republic has rarely been out of the headlines following the rise to power of Hafiz al-Asad in 1970 and Bashar al-Asad in 2000 and has been at...

  6. Distinguished Public Lecture: Angela Saini

    Distinguished Public Lecture: Angela Saini

    The biological meaninglessness of race and the inappropriation of science to support this flawed premise

    The Biology Anti-Racist Committee (BARC) and the School of Biology EDI committee will host award-winning journalist and author Angela Saini. Ms Saini will be...

  7. Angela Saini: Fighting racial myths
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    Angela Saini: Fighting racial myths

    The biological meaninglessness of race and the inappropriation of science to support this flawed premise

    Angela Saini is an award-winning journalist and author whose books include Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong and the New Research That's Rewriting the...

  8. The importance of diversity in STEM: reflections on the past, opportunities for the future

    The importance of diversity in STEM: reflections on the past, opportunities for the future

    Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

    Melanie Welham, Executive Chair of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), gives a public lecture on 'The importance of...

  9. Reflections On the Campaign to Combat the Financing of Terrorism

    Reflections On the Campaign to Combat the Financing of Terrorism

    his clear and rigorous examination of the international efforts to combat the financing of terrorism is suitable for a range of courses in international...

  10. Women and the Bible

    Women and the Bible

    Conference for Secondary School Teachers and Counsellors

    The School of Divinity at the University of St Andrews is launching a new, biennial conference on Theology and Biblical Studies for Secondary School teachers...

  11. Vernacular Rights Cultures and Rights Politics In Most of The World

    Vernacular Rights Cultures and Rights Politics In Most of The World

    A talk from Sumi Madhok

    Vernacular Rights Cultures offers a bold challenge to the dominant epistemologies and political practices of global human rights. It argues that decolonising...

  12. Damascene Reformers: The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.

    Damascene Reformers: The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.

    By Dr. Omar Imady, CSS associate, independent author Chair Prof Raymond Hinnebusch

    2022 saw the passing of two disparate yet similar Damascene Reformers: Muhammad Imady (June 2022) and Shaikha Munira al-Qubaisi (December 2022). Imady was the...

  13. World Refugee Year and West German charitable aid to the global South, 1959-1960 the case of Algeria

    World Refugee Year and West German charitable aid to the global South, 1959-1960 the case of Algeria

    Speaker - Mathilde Von Bulow Chair - Bernhard Blumenau

    For over a decade after the Second World War, West Germany hosted over twelve million expellees, refugees, and displaced persons requiring assistance and...

  14. Beyond the veil: Discrimination against Women and the Struggle for Gender Equality in Iran

    Beyond the veil: Discrimination against Women and the Struggle for Gender Equality in Iran

    School of History Annual Lecture in the History of Women, Gender and Sexuality, by Dr Leila Alikarami

    Beyond the veil: Discrimination against Women and the Struggle for Gender Equality in Iran from the Revolution to the Mahsa Amini Movement The 1979 Revolution...

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