School of Humanities
Expanding understanding of the world's culture and creativity through critical reflection and practice in history, literature, comics, film, creative writing, philosophy, modern languages, and archival education
National Student Survey 2020
The Guardian University Guide 2020
We conduct pioneering cross-disciplinary research and teaching in the Creative Economy. We combine close ties to the local community with international impact, reflecting and contributing to the dynamism of a transforming city.
The School of Humanities prides itself on its world class and research-driven commitment to promoting the critical understanding of culture and society through interdisciplinary linkages across its full range of subjects from Archives, English and History through to Languages and Philosophy.
The School demonstrates such commitment to excellence across its discipline areas in particular via research clusters focused on Comic Studies, Continental Philosophy, Global History, and Scottish Culture.
Stories in Humanities
Graduates from the University of Dundee have been named among Europe’s elite after the winners were announced for the Global Undergraduate Awards 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.
Everyone in the School of Humanities was devastated to hear of the death of our much-loved colleague and friend, Eddie Small
Students from the University of Dundee have collaborated with V&A Dundee to create a collection of writing and art inspired by the museum and its galleries.
A University of Dundee graduate followed in the footsteps of one of the city’s most famous citizens to research her new collection of poetry
Two University of Dundee graduates have scooped top prize in a prestigious online competition.
The worldwide success of a University of Dundee comic raising awareness of a common but poorly understood medical condition has led to a Spanish version of the publication being launched.
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
Inspirational members of the University of Dundee community will next week share the ups and downs of their working lives at a free public event held as part of Dundee Women's Festival 2020
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
School of Humanities
University of Dundee
Dundee DD1 4HN
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