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Search for alumni in the new online University of St Andrews Biographical Register 1747-1897

The University of St Andrews Biographical Register, compiled by former Keeper of Muniments Robert N Smart, holds extensive details of the nearly 12,000 students and staff who studied or worked at the University between the middle of the eighteenth and the end of the nineteenth centuries. 853 more words

University Of St Andrews

Take a (virtual) walk through the streets of Edinburgh...in 1544! [Video]

The above 2-minute video is an amazing you-are-there reconstruction of the city of Edinburgh, Scotland in the year 1544–the time of James V and Mary Queen of Scots. 224 more words

History

PhD Scholarships, School of Modern Languages, University of St Andrews

The School of Modern Languages at the University of St Andrews invites outstanding PhD Candidates to apply for two School of Modern Languages PhD Scholarships, commencing in September 2017. 250 more words

Competitions, Prizes, Bursaries

Jobs: University of St. Andrews, Art History Lecturer in Art History (Pre-1750)


Lecturer in Art History  (Pre-1750)  Ref: AC2042AC

University of  St Andrews
School of Art History, Salary: £39,324 – £48,327 per annum, Start Date: As soon as possible…
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Marvellous Merchiston: 400th anniversary of the death of the mathematician John Napier of Merchiston

Today is the 400th anniversary of the death of the mathematician John Napier of Merchiston, who died on the 4th April 1617.  Widely regarded as the first Scot to have made a major contribution to scientific learning, Napier is perhaps best known for inventing logarithms, bringing the decimal point into common use and for inventing a portable calculating tool – ‘Napier’s Bones’. 705 more words

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