Upcoming deadline: MacLeod Scholarship
The MacLeod Scholarship may be of some interest to our students. The first preference shall be given to applicants whose research field is Modern Gaelic and/or Ecclesiastical research, and the second preference for general Gaelic language or culture. Applicants working in any field in the religious or cultural experience of...
Upcoming deadline: James Carnegie Scholarship
The deadline for the James Carnegie Scholarship is Friday, the 13th of July 2018. The scholarship is open to applicants holding an offer of admission for any campus-based one year, full-time postgraduate degree programme starting in September 2018. To find out more, check out the website.
PhD viva success
Many congratulations to Davide Monaco who passed his viva this week with no corrections!
Call for papers: The 3rd Aberdeen Interdisciplinary Fall Studies Workshop
The 3rd Aberdeen Interdisciplinary Fall Studies Workshop Call for Papers Liminal spaces, images and texts 12–14 June 2019, University of Aberdeen, Scotland In the wake of a renewed interest in the theoretical framework developed by Arnold Van Gennep and Victor Turner, the third Aberdeen Interdisciplinary Fall Studies Workshop will focus on liminality as an...
Congratulations to all of our Spring 2018 graduates!
On Tuesday the 19th of June undergraduate and postgraduate students from the School of Divinity, History and Philosophy officially graduated. Students, friends, family, and staff were invited to attend a pre- or post-ceremony drinks reception (depending on when their ceremony was being held) in the beautiful Divinity Library. Congratulations again to all...
History of Art Dissertation Dinner
To celebrate the submission of their undergraduate dissertations, our Senior Honours students in History of Art held a celebratory dinner at Aperitivo in Aberdeen city centre, and invited their lecturers to join them. It was a wonderful way for our students to unofficially mark the end of their studies, before...
"The Murky Mystery of Caravaggio's Stolen Palermo Nativity": a comment piece by John Gash
John Gash, Senior Lecturer in History of Art, has written a comment piece in Apollo: The International Art Magazine, on Caravaggio's 'lost' painting Nativity With St Francis and St Lawrence: www.apollo-magazine.com/the-murky-mystery-of-caravaggios-stolen-palermo-nativity/
Applications being accepted for the John Reid Trust Scholarship
Applications are now open for the John Reid Trust Scholarship. The Trust exists to assist distinguished Aberdeen University graduates, preferably with Honours in an Arts subject, to continue their studies at any institution outside Scotland. While the level of awards varies according to the funds available and the number of applicants, the...
Publication success for History of Art alumna Dr Peggy Beardmore
Congratulations to Dr Peggy Beardmore on the publication of her book Students of Hospitalfield: Education and Inspiration in Twentieth-Century Scottish Art. Peggy was awarded a PhD in History of Art from the University of Aberdeen in 2017; her thesis, supervised by Professor John Morrison and Dr Mary Pryor, and funded...
John Calvin Against the Backdrop of the North Sea
A French refugee who fled to Geneva, and who became one of the most influential leaders in the reformations of the 16th Century. Author of a best-seller which went through several editions in his lifetime, which remains in print nearly 500 years later. Preacher, theologian, pastor, civic leader, biblical expositor,...
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