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Island odyssey to be recounted at University

One of Scotland’s most distinguished historians will next week talk about his critically acclaimed and highly personal study of the tiny Hebridean island of Pabay at the University of Dundee. Christopher Whatley is Professor of Scottish History at Dundee and the author of Pabay: An Island Odyssey. He will discuss the island, and the stories he uncovered while writing the book, at the University’s Dalhousie Building...

Fully-funded PhD studentship opportunities - applications now open

Applications are invited for two Leverhulme-funded studentships at the Universities of Stirling and Dundee. The studentships are offered as part of the Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grant for the project “The Scottish Privy Council, 1692 to 1708: Government from Revolution to Union”. These fully funded PhD studentships include both fees and student stipend for three years of PhD study and will commence 8 April...

Forthcoming Events

Pabay: an Island Odyssey

A public talk by Professor Whatley discussing his recent book and the island that inspired it.

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21st Annual Conference of the Scottish Association for the Study of America

A forum in which postgraduate students, early career researchers, and academic staff can share and discuss their research on the Americas.

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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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