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Institute Monday Events – Fall 2020

A new semester at St Andrews has started with a “phased return” to dual delivery of online and in-person teaching during the continuing Covid-19 pandemic. Our institute has a new cohort of students in our MLitt…

Institute Mondays During the Corona Virus Outbreak

Due to the cancellation of all face-to-face meetings at the University of St Andrews in the wake of the Corona Virus outbreak, we will cancelling some events and moving others online. Please check in on the events page…

Fife Coastal Walk 2017

Transnational and Spatial History Masters students at St Andrews spend a day along the southern Fife coast.

Space and Place in the work of Yi-Fu Tuan

This posting is the first of three offering a reading of the work of the geographer Yi-Fu Tuan from a historian’s perspective. I hope to follow it with a series of similar postings on other scholars that may offer us…

Reflections: Beyond Thriller in Spatial History

The ‘spatial turn’ has come to history in waves, and since the term carries multiple meanings, it has sent historians off in a number of directions with a new, or renewed appreciation for space. With some exceptions,…

Student Reflections: Antonino Scalia

Antonino Scalia, who joined us from Sicily, completed the MLitt in Transnational, Global and Spatial History in 2016. His coursework included a study of the impact and reception of the Greek Colonels coup in Italian…

Workshop: Spatial History and Its Sources

On 2 September, the Institute for Transnational and Spatial History will hold a workshop on “Spatial History and Its Sources.” You can find out more about the workshop and its schedule here. The workshop will bring…