The Humanities Postgraduate Centre is based in Room 1.39, Baxter Suite, Tower Building, providing desk space and computers for our Postgraduate students. Students can also use their own laptops via the University wifi network.
The School has laptops which can be borrowed for up to 7 days in the first instance. These are available from the School of Humanities Reception.
Students can visit My Dundee - School of Humanities - Info for Postgraduates for an information sheet about facilities available in the Humanities Postgraduate Centre.
This facility is for School of Humanities Postgraduate students only. Students are asked to respect and protect their space by not permitting entry to unauthorised users, taking care of the resources available and respecting the environment and those using it. The room is regularly monitored by University staff. The space is for quiet study and is intended to support the study activities of our postgraduate community. Please respect your colleagues and keep noise to a minimum at all times.
The University also provides many IT Suites and study zones for all students to use.
Cam Kennedy Comics Studio
There is a dedicated workshop and teaching space in the Baxter Suite, Tower Building for the use of all Comics Studies students.
It is a space where they can work on comics projects, and where some of the comics teaching is based. It is named for one of the most influential and beloved Scottish comics artists, Cam Kennedy, who regularly runs workshops for comics students and has supported Comics Studies at Dundee for several years. The room contains a sizable collection of graphic novels and comics generously donated by comics writer Grant Morrison. There are also a growing collection of books that have been purchased by the School or donated to the room.
The studio has an exhibition of original artwork, which extends into the adjacent Baxter Lecture Theatre.