Students & academics from three continents gather in Dundee for 'Interrogating the Revival of Empire in Humanities' Workshops

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Students and academics from three continents gathered in St Andrews and Dundee last weekend (8-9 May) for a series of workshops on Global History.  Interrogating the Revival of Empire in Humanities was jointly organised by the Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities (SGSAH), the Scottish Centre for Global History at the University of Dundee, and the School of Classics at the Universi...

Book History Students enjoy a field trip to Abbotsford House and Robert Smail's Printing Works

Abbotsford House - History Field Trip

To celebrate the end of the 2014/15 academic year, Dr Jodi-Anne George (English), Dr Martine van Ittersum (History), and Dr Brian Hoyle (English) organized a field trip to the Scottish Borders on Saturday 2 May for students on the History of the Book module, visiting Abbotsford House, the home of Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832), and Robert Smail's Printing Works.  Starting in the visitor centre for Abbotsford, they were guid...


Monitoring Markets: Medical Substances and Therapies in Colonial Asia

This conference will bring together historians of South Asia who have worked on substances and their social trajectories.

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AHRI Lecture: Global History and the Machine Age - Prof David Arnold

The Arts & Humanities Research Institute (AHRI) and Scottish Centre for Global History (SCGH) at the University of Dundee present a lecture by Professor David Arnold (University of Warwick) on 'Global History and the Machine Age'.

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Dundee & The Great War - a talk by Dr Billy Kenefick

‌‌Dr Billy Kenefick will be giving a talk on Dundee & The Great War at the Arbroath Signal Tower Museum on Tuesday 28th April at 2pm.

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