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...

Carnegie Cameron and Saltire Scholarship Success

It has been a bumper year for Humanities postgraduate student success in some high profile scholarship programmes.  Students on our taught postradguate programmes have been awarded 4 out of only 8 available Carnegie-Cameron Postgraduate Bursaries across the University, while one student has been awarded a Saltire Scholarship. Congratulations to all our successful students: Kevin Fullerton - MLitt Film Studies (Carnegie-C...


Scottish Heroes and Villains Month: An Almost Entirely Fictitious Walk

Dundee has had more than it's fair share of heroes and villains - real and imagined - and this tour with Eddie and Ollie will take you around the haunts of some of the best and worst of them.

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The Great War 1914-1918 Schools Conference

To mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, we are hosting a conference for senior school pupils (and their teachers) who are studying this major turning-point in modern history.

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European Union Simulation (EUROSIM) 2015, Information Session

An information session for any students interested in attending the European Union Simulation (EUROSIM) 2015 in New York.

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