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Out-of-this-world events look to the moon for inspiration (Being Human 2020)

The moon has fired the imagination of storytellers for centuries and the extravagant tales of alien life they created will help explore what it means to be human at the University of Dundee next month. Dundee is once again a key part of Being Human, the UK’s national celebration of the humanities, which takes place from 12-22 November. The programme will be built around the theme of ‘The Lunar City’, with eve...

Eddie Small RIP

Everyone in the School of Humanities was devastated to hear of the death of our much-loved colleague and friend, Eddie Small. Eddie was a historian, playwright, Creative Writing tutor and Public Engagement Officer for the School. He was a well-known face in Dundee literary circles and wrote the play The Four Marys as well as the books Mary Lily Walker: The Forgotten Visionary of Dundee and To Bodies Gone, the latter of which s...

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Byron and Scottish Poetry (Annual Byron Society Lecture in Scotland)

A free public lecture by Dr Daniel Cook (School of Humanities, University of Dundee).

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On Nature: Recording, Creating, Being - Humanities Undergraduate Conference 2020

The Dundee University Humanities Society invite students, staff and the general public to take part in their Humanities Undergraduate Conference 2020 on the theme of 'On Nature: Recording, Creating, Being'.

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Memory, Identity and Authenticity Conference

The fifth annual multi-disciplinary international conference, presented by The Centre for Archive & Information Studies (CAIS), in association with the University of Dundee Archive Services.

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