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
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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
A University of Dundee expert is attempting to safeguard the rights of older people in the Americas with a new comic.
Alex explains how his interest in the connection between reading and mental wellbeing was sparked during his time at Dundee
The School of Humanities and the Scottish Centre for Global History are delighted to welcome Professor Sanjay Sharma
The transformative impact of new organ donation legislation in Scotland is being highlighted in a University of Dundee comic.
The University of Dundee’s Centre for Scottish Culture will next week host a celebration of the 250th birthday of one of Scotland’s most illustrious writers.
Song of the Sevens, by Dr Heather Yeung, has been chosen as a Scottish Poem of the Year 2020
With a prominent research-intensive School of Art & Design and research strengths in Humanities, we have a long history of research in collaboration with the creative industries, locally, nationally and internationally in a number of ways.
A new edition of one of the most influential Scottish novels of all time will be launched when the Dundee Gothic Group, on behalf of the University of Dundee, hosts a 250th birthday party for its author later this week
The University of Dundee has received a seven-figure funding boost as part of a multi-million pound investment in research organisations across the UK.
The life of a local disabled rights advocate will be celebrated as the University of Dundee marks UK Disability History Month.
School of Humanities
University of Dundee
Dundee DD1 4HN
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