Events

Forthcoming events

13 March 2020: In the Shadow of the Desert: The Making of Roman Africa’, David Mattingly (Leicester)
Centre for Landscape Studies Annual Lecture.  

31 August-1 September 2020Workshop on ‘Defining Late Antique Space’
co-hosted by the
Centre for Landscape Studies and Centre for Late Antique Studies

Previous events

8 November 2019: ‘Mount Olympus: The archaeology and imagination of a mountain – Achim Lichtenberger (Münster)
Hosted by the Centre for Landscape Studies.

15 March 2019: ‘Rome is not a space on a map. Intersections and thresholds within the unmapped historical landscape of place’, Elena Isayev (Exeter).
Centre for Landscape Studies Annual Lecture.

5 March 2019: ‘Love, Hatred, and Madness: The Emotional Lives of the Capitolium‘, Jason Moralee (Massachusetts).
Co-hosted by the Centre for Late Antique Studies and the Centre for Landscape Studies.

6 December 2018: ‘Making an Impression: Pietro Bembo, Mount Etna, and the Venetian Printing Press’, Gareth Williams (University of Columbia).
Public lecture co-hosted by the Centre for Landscape Studies and Centre for Late Antique Studies

4-5 December 2018:Mountains in the Classical Tradition’
Workshop hosted by the Centre for Landscape Studies.

11-14 July 2018: Approaching Landscape, panel at the 11th Celtic Conference in Classics. Read more details and a full panel report .

17 November  2017: ‘Lively Nature’, Dr Katharine Earnshaw (Exeter).
Annual Lecture of the Centre for Landscape studies

16-17 November 2017: Cultivating Perspectives on Landscape
Conference organised by Chloe Bray, Anahit Behrooz, Laura Donkers

8 November 2017: “Mythic Topographies in the Periegesis of Pausanias”, Professor Bill Hutton (William & Mary)
This lecture was part of the academic exchange between the University of St Andrews and the College of William and Mary, stemming from the BA International Honours degree programme.

8-9 June 2017: ‘Mountains in Antiquity’
Organised by Jason König and Nikoletta Manioti.

25-27 May 2017: ‘Landscapes of Movement
Organised by Rebecca Sweetman & Erica Morais Angliker.

18 November  2016: ‘Landscape approaches and settlement archaeology in post-Roman central Greece’, Dr Athanasios Vionis, Associate Professor, University of Cyprus.
Inaugural Lecture of the Centre for Landscape studies

29-30 April, 17 June – 18 September 2016: Exhibition, ‘Through a glass darkly: perceptions of artefact, art and context: exhibition and events’,  (MUSA Learning Loft) (Leventis Funded)

External events

22 November 2016: Screening of Pathfinder (1987) followed by panel discussion.

Thursday 9 November 2017: Into the Mountain: A Life of Nan Shepherd in St Andrews

Wednesday 15 November 2017: Alistair Moffat with The Hidden Ways in St Andrews

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