Presentation by Dr Dominic Smith to accompany 'Drawn into Tomorrow' exhibition at DCA

Dr Dominic Smith to give a short presentation to accompany the exhibition 'Drawn into Tomorrow' at Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA).

Launch: 'The Weepers' by graduate Lindsay Macgregor

Launch of poetry pamphlet 'The Weepers' by University of Dundee graduate Lindsay Macgregor.

The Crisis of South African Foreign Policy and the ANC - Dr Matt Graham

University of Dundee Historian Dr Matt Graham will be giving a seminar on the 'Crisis of South African Foreign Policy and the ANC' at the Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh.

Writers Read with Kirsty Gunn: Cynthia Rogerson

Cynthia Rogerson, author of four novels and a collection of short stories, some of which have been broadcast on BBC radio, will be reading and talking with Kirsty Gunn about her work.

Scotland: The Promised Land - Launch of new BBC series and exclusive preview

University of Dundee Historian Dr Billy Kenefick will be participating in the Q&A session accompanying this launch and exclusive preview of new BBC series 'Scotland: The Promised Land'

Dr Nandini Bhattacharya - Between Knowledge and Nationalism: A History of the Indian Pharmacopeia (History Research Seminar)

Dr Nandini Bhattacharya (University of Dundee) will present this week's History Research Seminar on the topic of "Between Knowledge and Nationalism: A History of the Indian Pharmacopeia"

Dr Michael Burns - Materialism and Practical Humanism in Feuerbach and Fanon (Philosophy Visiting Speaker)

Dr Michael Burns (UWE Bristol) will present this week's Philosophy Visiting Speaker Seminar

Dr Mark Towsey: Who did they think they were? Manuscript Notes and Readers' Uses of the Past in Georgian Britain (History Research Seminar)

Dr Mark Towsey (University of Liverpool) will present this week's History Research Seminar on the topic of "Who did they think they were? Manuscript Notes and Readers' Uses of the Past in Georgian Britain"

Dr Murray Watson: Doing an invisible jigsaw in the dark - an assessment of different approaches to oral history (History Research Seminar)

Dr Murray Watson (University of Dundee) will present this week's History Research Seminar on the topic of "Doing an invisible jigsaw in the dark - an assessment of different approaches to oral history in researching postwar English Immigration to Australasia, Canada and Scotland"

Thinking Translation - Translating French poetry

Ian Higgins, author of 'Thinking Translation' will be talking about his work, in particular translating French war poetry.