Sell-out show returns to Dundee

The critically-acclaimed show, ‘Dundee’s Four Marys’ is set to return to the city where it was written next week. Following three sell-out seasons, the show will return to the stage at the University of Dundee. Written copies of the play, with a foreword by Dundee-born, Hollywood actor and former Rector of the University, Brian Cox, will be available for purchase. Written and produced by Eddie Small, Tutor of...

Why is Steve Biko's remarkable legacy often overlooked? - Dr Matthew Graham in The Conversation

"While Nelson Mandela, Oliver Tambo, and Desmond Tutu are rightly venerated for their role in opposing and ending white minority rule in South Africa, another leader of the liberation years has been remarkably overlooked: Bantu Steven Biko, who led the enormously influential Black Consciousness Movement. Four decades after his death in police custody on September 12 1977, he deserves to be recognised as one of the towering her...


AHRI Christmas Lecture featuring Professor Jeremy Brooker

Professor Jeremy Brooker will present the AHRI Christmas Lecture with an illustrated talk on "Magic Lanterns".

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Making Religious Peace: A Historical Perspective - Prof Wayne te Brake (Lecture)

Professor Wayne te Brake (State University of New York) will be giving this lecture following the recent publication of his book in April 2017.

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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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