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Generous donation of food bank supplies from Humanities staff

Many thanks to all the School of Humanities staff who very kindly donated items for a Dundee foodbank recently. Sarah Conway in the School Office coordinated the donations and delivered the boxes on behalf of the School.   Dundee foodbank provides emergency food relief to individuals, couples and families experiencing hardship throughout the city of Dundee and its surrounding area. In 2018 they were able to assist over 9,...

Graduate Julie included in list of 150 most influential people in UK publishing

Congratulations to our graduate Julie Danksin who has been included in The Bookseller's 150 for 2019 list!  The Bookseller 150 (formerly The Bookseller 100) is an annual list of the 150 most influential people in UK publishing. First published in 2009, the list is made up of publishers, retailers, authors, members of the media and more. Julie is the manager of Edinburgh’s Golden Hare Books, which was named Independe...

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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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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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For glory, riches, and honours: the rocky road to the Declaration of Arbroath (History Scotland lecture)

A talk by Dr Fiona Watson, chaired by Professor Michael Brown (University of St Andrews). Part of the History Scotland lecture series.

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