History and Information Studies
Our emphasis is on 'doing history' where students use primary sources from archives and libraries right from the start
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We are an enthusiastic team of historians interested in the social, economic, cultural, and political history of the early and late modern periods. We have specialists in Scottish, British, Irish, American, European, African, Indian, and global history.
Part of the School of Humanities, we teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses in our areas of specialism, including degrees in:
- History combined with a range of other subjects, including modern languages
- undergraduate & postgraduate Scottish History, on campus and by online learning
- Archives, Records Management, and Family & Local History (through the Centre for Archive and Information Studies)
Our postgraduate research students are studying a wide range of topics: from the culture of death in 20th century Scotland, to British public opinion of Spain in the early 19th century.
Research uncovers historical anti-vaccination across Scotland
A PhD student from the University of Dundee has uncovered new evidence showing how vaccine hesitancy – often thought to be a modern phenomenon – can be traced back more than 150 years in ScotlandRead story →
A PhD student from the University of Dundee has uncovered new evidence showing how vaccine hesitancy – often thought to be a modern phenomenon – can be traced back more than 150 years in Scotland
Christopher Whatley, Professor of Scottish History at the University of Dundee, will next week give a public lecture about his critically acclaimed and highly personal study of the tiny Hebridean island of Pabay
The University of Dundee’s postgraduate qualifications in Family and Local History have been recognised by Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives (AGRA), enabling holders to more easily obtain membership of the organisation.
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