Date: Sat 24 November 2018 Time: 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Dundee Congregational Church 10 Constitution Road Dundee DD1 1LP Add to Calendar Organiser: Daniel Cook, Being Human Dundee
Designed and hosted by The Magic Lantern Society, this marquee event comprises a hair-raising, eye-popping visual performance using Victorian equipment.
This session in the Writers Read series 2018/19 features the poetry of Jim Stewart and the latest voices coming through the University of Dundee's Writing Practice and Study programme.
Opening the Circle, Toward a Radical Equality: Performance, Philosophy and Animals (Philosophy Seminar)
Laura Cull (University of Surrey) will give this week's Philosophy Seminar.
The Centre for Scottish Culture invites you to explore the work of eminent scholar and public intellectual Tom Nairn.
Charlotte Alderwick (UWE Bristol) will give this week's Philosophy Seminar at the University of Dundee.
Short presentations from the Universities newest professors and award-winning teachers and students.
Tracing Transatlantic Movements: Atlantic Journeys and Scottish-Caribbean Connections in Conversation
Date: Tue 15 January 2019 Time: 6:00PM - 7:30PM
Lamb Gallery, Tower Building, University of Dundee Add to Calendar Organiser: University of Dundee Museum Services
A public debate exploring Scotland's involvement in the Atlantic slave trade, featuring University of Dundee academics and local artists.
CANCELLED: Lorenzo Chiesa - Anthrophie: The Human Animal between Discourse, Entropy, and Knowledge (Philosophy Seminar)
Unfortunately this event has had to be cancelled, please accept our sincere apologies. Lorenzo Chiesa (Genoa School of Humanities, Italy / Kent, UK) will give this week's Philosophy Seminar at the University of Dundee on the subject of 'Anthrophie: The Human Animal between Discourse, Entropy, and Knowledge'.
This session in the Writers Read series 2018/19 features Alastair McIntosh in conversation with Kirsty Gunn.
This seminar in the AHRI / Scottish Centre for Global History series features Dr Saurabh Mishra from the University of Sheffield.