In this Events list are seminars, lectures and other events that we are running in the School of Humanities, usually on campus, or elsewhere in the city.  We also list events and activities elsewhere involving our staff & students. 

Click on each event title for further information.

To add something to this list email huma-web@dundee.ac.uk

CANCELLED: 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.

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.

Writings from Scotland Before the Union Conference

A one-day conference hosted by the Centre for Scottish Culture, examining the literary culture of Scotland prior to the Act of Union of 1707.

Frankenlaw: Community, Division, Modernity (Critical Legal Conference 2020)

This conference is a collaboration between the School of Law and the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy at the University of Dundee. The aim is to foster cross-disciplinary links, and the theme of the conference, playing on Dundee’s connections to the work of Mary Shelley, is ‘Frankenlaw: Community, Division, Modernity’.