Public lectures and events
The College organises a wide range of public lectures, including the Gifford, Fulbright, Northern Scholars, and Munro Lectures.
The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) also provides an online calendar of research seminars and events across the College.
All lectures and seminars are open to members of the public, staff and students.
Events around the College compiled by IASH (external link)
The Justin Arbuthnott Trust, held by the University, provides a postgraduate scholarship each year and this lecture, both of which are designed to promote the better understanding of Ireland and various complex relationships which link Ireland and Britain.
Fennell Lectures and Fennell Forums
The Fennell Lectures and Forums are free and open to all.
This lecture series forms part of the University’s links with the US-UK Fulbright Commission
The prestigious Gifford Lectures have been delivered annually since 1888 by distinguished international scholars.
Each academic year , the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has hosted a series of inaugural lectures given by newly-created professors around the College.
A series of public lectures from international scholars in the fields of archaeology and anthropology.
Northern Scholars Lectures
The committee of the Northern Scholars Scheme was established in 1956.
Research seminars and events
Research seminars and events across the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
Schools' events and lectures
Information about one-off events taking place in the College's schools, including public lectures, exhibitions and performances.
College participation in Festivals
See lectures, performances, exhibitions and more from the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in Edinburgh's festivals.
WW1 Centenary Programme
The University of Edinburgh marks the centenary of the start of the First World War with a series of events examining the impact of the conflict on the university community and the people of Scotland.