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Scotland the brave or Scotland the victim?

Leading historians gather in St Andrews for debate on Scottish identity.

5 November 2008Research

Unfinished business

A mysterious document from the 18th century is unveiled at the launch of The Records of the Parliaments of Scotland.

15 May 2008University news

The credit crunch… in the 16th Century

A major new parliamentary record to be launched this week tells how Scottish politicians faced issues such as fuel shortages and binge drinking hundreds of years ago.

12 May 2008Research

Do you really remember the sixties?

St Andrews' historian revisits the sixties with a less nostalgic outlook.

4 May 2008Research

Medieval minds

Modern man would be astounded by the silence and smell of society in the Middle Ages if catapulted back in time, according to a leading medieval historian.

17 April 2008Research

Major new Mediaeval Institute opens

The Institute of Mediaeval Studies brings together over thirty staff from across the University.

12 February 2008Research

University’s ‘hidden treasure’ to be revealed

CAPTION: Before and after - an artists impression shows how the gate will look.

13 March 2007University news

One giant waste of time?

Research into the darker side of space exploration, which views the 1969 moon landing as '$35 billion ego trip', has been published by a historian at the University of St Andrews.

22 February 2007Research

From Fife to Rio de Janeiro

CAPTION: Natalie Roncone, Maria Halkias and John McCallum (front row) with representatives of the University and the Trust at the Burnwynd History & Art Dinner.

18 May 2006Student experience

Rob Roy book prize

A University of St Andrews historian has been awarded a major book prize for his research into Rob Roy.

19 September 2005Awards