Petrification and Purity: The Colonial Architecture of the Hindu Temple (AHRI Lecture)

This second seminar in the AHRI / Scottish Centre for Global History series features Dr Deborah Sutton from the University of Lancaster.

Silent film programme with live musical accompaniment

Steven Gellatly performs an original live musical score alongside a programme of specially selected silent films inspired by our film studies curriculum.

Writers Read Series - Thrilling Stories

The third event in this year's Writers Read series, this session focuses on Thrilling Stories, with Sandra Ireland reading and talking about her new novel 'Bone Deep'.

Writers Read Series - Caroline's Bikini book launch

This session in the Writers Read series features the book launch of 'Caroline's Bikini', the latest novel by Professor Kirsty Gunn.

The Charm of Hume's Treatise: Husserl and Deleuze on Hume's Transcendental Empiricism (Philosophy Seminar)

Hynek Janousek (Charles University, Prague) will give this week's Philosophy Seminar

Masterwords of Politics (Philosophy Seminar)

Mladen Dolar (University of Ljubljana) will give this week's Philosophy Seminar

Samuel Beckett's Art of Abstraction (Philosophy Seminar)

Slavoj Žižek (The Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities) will give this week's Philosophy Seminar

Dundee Arts Café - Frankenstein

This talk, by Dr Daniel Cook from the University of Dundee, traces Shelley's reading habits before and during the composition of her Gothic masterpiece.

Torture and the Global State of Exception (AHRI / History Seminar)

This third seminar in the AHRI / Scottish Centre for Global History series features Deana Heath from the University of Liverpool.

Writers Read Series - Literary Networks with David Robinson

This session in the Writers Read series 2018/19 features David Robinson talking about literary networks.