Writers Read Series - Live Wire

This session in the Writers Read series 2019/20 showcases our postgraduate students work.

Arresting Masculinity: Anger, Hybridity and the Persistence of Patriarchy in the 21st Century (Philosophy Seminar)

Dany Nobus (Brunel) will give this week's research seminar organised by the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy.

Prehensive Unification and Symbiogenesis: from Whitehead to Margulis (Philosophy Seminar)

Wahida Khandker (Manchester Met University) will give this week's research seminar organised by the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy, and part of the Philosophy-Life Sciences seminar series 'Thinking Across Boundaries'.

The Dutch in Global History: New Perspectives and Research (workshop)

A workshop exploring new perspectives and research, presented by the Scottish Centre for Global History.

Byron and Scottish Poetry (Annual Byron Society Lecture in Scotland)

A free public lecture by Dr Daniel Cook (School of Humanities, University of Dundee).

Writing Histories of the Globalization of Biomedicine (History research seminar)

A talk by Dr Samiksha Sehrawat (Newcastle University), looking at colonial hospitals and their legacies for the global south

Pabay: an Island Odyssey

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

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.

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'.

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.