Nikki Robson, a graduate of the Writing Practice & Study MLitt course at the University of Dundee, has won the inaugural Elbow Room Prize 2015 in the poetry category for her piece The house near Tullyhogue Fort. Beth McDonough, another graduate of the course, was also shortlisted in the same category for her piece Fossils. Elbow Room, launched in 2012 by As Yet Untitled, is an on-going series of art journals and live...
The University of Dundee has been ranked as one of the world’s top 200 universities, just weeks after being named as Scottish University of the Year. Dundee was ranked 185th in the latest edition of Times Higher Education's World University Rankings, putting it in 31st place among UK institutions. The league table uses 13 measures of performance, grouped into teaching, research, citations, international outlook and indus...
Humanities students are invited to participate in the History field trip to Greenback Gardens and Culzean Castle, two National Trust for Scotland (NTS) properties.Add to Calendar
Selfish Cinema: Questions of Gender and Control in Adaptations of Ayn Rand for the Screen (Prof Lisa Downing)
A talk by Professor Lisa Downing (University of Birmingham), hosted by the Centre for Critical & Creative Cultures at the University of Dundee.Add to Calendar
An event featuring poetry and prose inspired by D'Arcy and his collections, written and performed by students on the Creative Writing MLitt course at the University of Dundee.Add to Calendar