Combine traditional English literature studies with areas such as comics, theatre, film, and creative writing
We have a very close-knit community and a friendly atmosphere at the University. We have strong research and teaching links with the creative communities around us, such as the Dundee Rep Theatre, Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre, Dundee Comics Creative Space, The McManus, and V&A Dundee.
Our courses cover a variety of topics including:
- old and middle English
- 18th-century, romantic and Victorian poetry and fiction
- 20th- and 21st-century literature, culture and film
- comics and graphic novels
- post-colonial literature and theory
- American literature
- Scottish literature
- women's writing
- theatre studies
Historic texts held by the University of Dundee have been dusted down by a group of students to kick-start a creative chain reaction.
A University of Dundee lecturer will watch on with pride as her son graduates from the institution this week – only to do the same herself 48 hours later.
A University of Dundee student has penned herself a page in comic book history as she becomes the first American to write for the UK’s legendary Commando comic
The worldwide success of a University of Dundee comic raising awareness of a common but poorly understood medical condition has led to a Spanish version of the publication being launched.
Everyone in the School of Humanities was devastated to hear of the death of our much-loved colleague and friend, Eddie Small
Graduates from the University of Dundee have been named among Europe’s elite after the winners were announced for the Global Undergraduate Awards 2020.
The University of Dundee has received a seven-figure funding boost as part of a multi-million pound investment in research organisations across the UK.
A new edition of one of the most influential Scottish novels of all time will be launched when the Dundee Gothic Group, on behalf of the University of Dundee, hosts a 250th birthday party for its author later this week
The University of Dundee’s Centre for Scottish Culture will next week host a celebration of the 250th birthday of one of Scotland’s most illustrious writers.
Thursday 3 March marks World Book Day, an annual celebration of literature aimed at promoting the joy of reading to younger generations.
School of Humanities
University of Dundee
Dundee DD1 4HN
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