Centre for Critical & Creative Cultures
A special exhibition of rare and unusual copies of 'Gulliver's Travels', accompanied by family friendly activities, read-along sessions and a book surgery.
A series of events that will celebrate the 350th birthday of the world's greatest satirist Jonathan Swift, as part of the UK's Being Human Festival of the Humanities. Taking place at the University of Dundee and at other venues across the UK from 17th to 25th November 2017.
Book launch of 'Swift at 350: The Graphic Anthology', featuring the work of local artists and competition winners.
Date: Mon 04 December 2017 Time: 3:00PM - 4:30PM
Room 4.34, Scrymgeour Building, University of Dundee Add to Calendar Organiser: Dr Fhionna Moore, Psychology, School of Social Science
Professor Mark Robson (School of Humanities) gives a seminar hosted by the Tayside Suicide Research Network
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.