New book - Immortal Memory: Burns and the Scottish People

Last month saw the launch of an important new book on Robert Burns, Scotland's national poet. Immortal Memory: Burns and the Scottish People is the first ever history of Burns' 'afterlife'; his impact on Scotland and the Scots from the time of his death in 1796. Written by Professor Christopher Whatley OBE, Professor of Scottish History in the University of Dundee’s School of Humanities, the book was introduced to the re...

Dundee joins the Detroit Design Festival 2016

School of Humanities Dean, Professor Jim Livesey, will be participating in a panel session at the Detroit City of Design Summit next week. Part of the Detroit Design Festival 2016, the summit will be convening leaders from Detroit's design community, government, community development, business and industry, along with international partners to explore how they can utilize design to build a better city. This will be a fantastic...


Innovation! The 12th Annual University of Dundee Culture Day

An afternoon of fascinating talks and presentations on the theme of Innovation, featuring Humanities staff in the line-up.

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Students celebrate St. Andrews Day with Scottish documentary

Students from the University of Dundee will pay tribute to the patron saint of Scotland as they release a documentary on ‘The Siege of Dundee.’

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South African Film Club (week 11)

This week the South African Film Club will feature a screening of 'Tsotsi'

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