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Gothic literature and children's literacy - a blogger's guide

PhD student Lauren Christie has been producing fascinating blog posts for the Scottish Book Trust recently. Looking at Gothic literature and children's literacy, she has covered topcs such as why we love to read horror, and five tips to explore gothic fiction with children. Lauren is a second year research postgraduate student in the School of Humanities here at the University of Dundee, having also previously completed her Ma...

Dundee rises among world’s best for international student satisfaction

International students at the University of Dundee have rated their overall satisfaction at over 93 per cent, one of the highest scores in the latest International Student Barometer (ISB). With feedback from over 3 million students worldwide across all student types, levels and years of study, the ISB is the world's largest annual survey of international students. The results of ISB’s Autumn 2017 survey have just been re...

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Humanities Undergraduate Conference 2018 - New Voices in Humanities

The Humanities Society at the University of Dundee invite students, staff and the general public to take part in their Humanities Undergraduate Conference 2018 on the theme of 'New Voices in Humanities'.

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The Love Lives of Elizabeth ('Bessie') Craigmyle, Lesbian Poetess in Aberdeen

A talk by Dr Alison McCall for LGBT History Month, presented by the Feminist Society, the History Society, the LGBT Society and the School of Humanities at the University of Dundee.

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Ailsa Cox, Professor of Short Fiction, in conversation with Professor Kirsty Gunn

The Centre for Critical and Creative Cultures presents a talk by the world's first Professor of Short Fiction, Professor Ailsa Cox (Edge Hill University)

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