Dr Keith Williams interview featured in newsletter of the Magic Lantern Society of the US & Canada

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The latest newsletter of the Magic Lantern Society of the United States and Canada features an interview with Dr Keith Williams, Senior Lecturer in English and Associate Dean for Postgraduate Studies here in the School of Humanities. The interview centered on Dr Williams' current research and publications on the role of the Magic Lantern in the work of the Irish writer, James Joyce.  He recently published an essay on Joyc...

Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded postgraduate studentships

AHRC (Arts & Humanities Research Council) funded doctoral studentship places are now available in the School of Humanities for session 2015/16.  This is a fantastic opportunity to have your PhD tuition fees paid (UK & EU students) plus receive a yearly maintenance grant (UK students only).  Applications are invited from new and current students (in first year of study if full-time or up to second year if...


Interested in publishing? Wondering how to get your poems into print? Helena Nelson of Happenstance Press speaking

Come along to hear Fife publisher and poet, Helena Nelson of Happenstance Press, talk about how she combines writing her own poetry with running a small poetry press

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Books Aloud (part of Book Week Scotland)

Books Aloud - drop in anytime between 10-6pm to hear readers and writers read aloud, as part of Book Week Scotland

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Africa Film Club (week 11, 2014)

Screening of 'Shooting Dogs' / 'Beyond the Gates' (2005)

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