Mary Shelley's Dundee celebrated for the Being Human Festival 2015

Being Human Festival 2015

Through a series of weird and wonderful events the life of Mary Shelley and her most famous work 'Frankenstein' were brought to life in Dundee as part of the Being Human Festival of the Humanities recently. As a teenager Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin (later Shelley) lived with the Baxter family on South Baffin Street on the outskirts of industrial Dundee, a little while before penning one of the world’s most enduring w...

Dundee named among the world's 'most international' universities

Times Higher Education

The University of Dundee has been named among the world’s `most international’ universities in a new global list compiled by the leading higher education journal, Times Higher Education. Dundee is placed 123rd in the Top 200 of the rankings. The University was also recently placed in the Top 200 of Times Higher Education’s (THE) latest overall World University Rankings. To compile the new table, THE examined ...

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