This is My Face (Esta es Mi Cara) – Film Screening

This is My Face (Esta es Mi Cara)  what lies inside a journey with HIV   CMR is pleased to invite you to a screening of the film (work in progress) ‘This is My Face‘, directed and produced by Angelica Cabezas Pino in collaboration with people living with HIV in Chile. The film will be shown at […]

The Orthodox Neoliberal: Religious Ethics and Market Practices in Post-Soviet Russia

  Victoria Fomina (PhD candidate at Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology Central European University)   Thursday 22 November, 4-5.15pm, Buchanen Building, Room 216   This talk will explore how Christian Orthodox conceptions of economy come together with neoliberal visions of the market and social virtue in post-Soviet Russia. It analyzes Orthodox intellectuals’ recent attempts […]

International Minority Education: Opening New Collaborative Research Possibilities

  Itinerary: 26th -30th November (Week 11)   *********** Subject to Change *************   26/11 – Open Seminar at the Department of Anthropology “Indigenous and quilombola education in Brazil: an introduction”   27/11 – Invited meeting with research groups about minority education and collaborative research.   27/11 – Meeting in the framework of the Memorandum […]

Call for Papers: The Impact of the UK Immigration Act on Housing and Public Services

Date: Friday 8th June 2018 Venue: University of St Andrews Organisers: Dr Kim McKee, University of St Andrews (km410@st-andrews.ac.uk) and Dr Sharon Leahy, University of St Andrews (sl65@st-andrews.ac.uk) Keynote speakers: Dr Hannah Jones (University of Warwick), Dr Sharon Leahy (University of St Andrews), Eloise Nutbrown (COSLA), Prof. David Robinson (University of Sheffield) Funded by: the […]

The Forgotten 1989 Expulsion of Turks from Communist Bulgaria, Dr Tomasz Kamusella, 13 February, 5pm

This week’s CRSCEES lecture takes place Tuesday, 13 February at 5pm, Buchanon Building 312

Dr Emily Finer in Conversation with Monika Szydłowska, 14 February, 5pm

Dr Emily Finer will join Monika Szydłowska for a discussion of her work on Polish immigrants in the UK and her recent book ‘Do You Miss Your Country?’. The event is organised by the Centre for Russian, Soviet, Central and Eastern European studies.

CRSCEES 2017-2018 Lecture Series Schedule

Announcing the 2017-2018 Lecture Series for the Centre for Russian, Soviet, Central and Easter Studies (School of Modern Languages).

CMR Inaugural Event: February 16, 2018

We are very happy to announce that the inaugural event of the Centre for Minorities Research will take place on 16th February 2018, 1-4pm, at Parliament Hall. The Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of St Andrews Professor Sally Mapstone will open the event and the keynote speech will be delivered by Professor Philomena Essed, Antioch University, known for […]