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Heroes & Villains – 10th annual Culture Day

Writers and historians from the School of Humanities are among those who will be exploring historic and contemporary representations of good and evil at the University of Dundee’s 10th annual Culture Day next week. Students, staff and members of the public will be treated to a rich and varied programme entitled, Heroes & Villains at the Baxter Conference Room 1.36 on Wednesday, 1st October. This year's event takes pl...

Studying Abroad Information Sessions

Interested in studying abroad as part of your degree? Come along to one of our information sessions to find out more about your opportunities and chat to Dundee students who have already had the "Study Abroad Experience". Sessions are in Dalhousie Building from 12.30 - 2pm as follows: Mon 22nd September, 1LG03 Tues 23rd September, 1G06 Wed 24th September, LT2 Thurs 25th September, 1G06 Fri 26th September, 1G06 www.dundee.ac...

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Main University Open Day (Sept)

Our main open day event where you can join thousands of students in exploring Dundee.

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Scottish Heroes and Villains: The Imaginarium of Dr. George - A Student Theatre Workshop

An improvisational theatre workshop - aimed at students, no experience needed

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Dr Daniel Cook at the 10th International Scott Conference

Dr Daniel Cook, Lecturer in English and Associate Director of the Centre for Scottish Culture at Dundee, has been invited to chair and participate in a Plenary Panel on reading 'The Lay of the Last Minstrel', along with J.H.Alexander, Gillian Hughes, Susan Oliver, Ainsley McIntosh, Alison Lumsden, and John Patrick Pazdziora.

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