Scottish-Hellenic Society events are held on Tuesdays at 5.15pm in Swallowgate 11 (S11), School of Classics, unless otherwise specified. Please arrive 5-10 minutes ahead of the starting time, and note that the door in the Swallowgate building will close at 5.15pm.
DOUGLAS FORSYTH (St Andrews), Cycladic Vineculture and Wine-making in Ancient and Modern Times: A wine-tasting event.
DR SCOTT TIMPANY (Archaeology program leader, UHI), Woodlands under the Waves: Investigating submerged forests in the Northern and Western Isles of Scotland. – Jointly with the Archaeological Society
DR ABIGAIL GRAHAM (University of Warwick), Reinscribing History: Does the condemnation of monument remove a memory or immortalise a failure?
Kindly supported by the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies.
DR DAWN HOLLIS (St Andrews), ‘The plain and truest proof of its own nature’: The Perception and Reception of Mount Etna from Antiquity to the Eighteenth Century.
Co-organised with the Archaeological Society of St Andrews
PROF IOANNIS XYDOPOULOS (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), The Macedonian expansion in the 7th and 6th centuries BC.
DR MICHAEL BOYD (Senior Research Accosiate, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge), Keros in the Early Bronze Age: from centre of congregation to centre of power.