T.C. Smout Lecture in Scottish History delivered by Prof Chris Whatley, available to listen again

Professor Chris Whatley recently delivered the 2014 T.C. Smout Lecture in Scottish History at the University of St Andrews, titled ‘“Burns by an Englishman is impossible”: sculptors, statues and the contested memory of Robert Burns’. Britain, it has been said, went ‘statue mad’ in the Victorian and Edwardian eras.  In Scotland (and North America) numerous statues of Robert Burns were er...

Commendations for Humanities graduates Scott Gallacher and Felix Reimer in the 2014 Undergraduate Awards

Undergraduate Awards 2014

The essays of two recent Humanities graduates have been highly commended in the Undergraduate Awards 2014.  Scott Gallacher's essay 'Soft Power at Work: The Implicit Threat of Violence in Socio-Economic Relations' has been highly commended in the Philosophy & Theology category, while Felix Reimer's essay 'Losing Mexico: Why did the Mexican elites turn against Spanish colonial rule from 1820?' has been highly commended...


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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Scottish Heroes and Villains Month

A months of events under the heading Scottish Heroes and Villains

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Dr Roisin Higgins (History Research Seminar)

Dr Roisin Higgins (University of Teesside) will present this week's History Research Seminar

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