Stories in School of Humanities

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With a prominent research-intensive School of Art & Design and research strengths in Humanities, we have a long history of research in collaboration with the creative industries, locally, nationally and internationally in a number of ways.

Published on 8 June 2021

Illustration of James Hogg by Monica Burns

Press Release

A new edition of one of the most influential Scottish novels of all time will be launched when the Dundee Gothic Group, on behalf of the University of Dundee, hosts a 250th birthday party for its author later this week

Published on 26 January 2021

Rebecca Reid

Press Release

Graduates from the University of Dundee have been named among Europe’s elite after the winners were announced for the Global Undergraduate Awards 2020.

Published on 23 November 2020

Poster for Being Human 2020

Press Release

The moon has fired the imagination of storytellers for centuries and the extravagant tales of alien life they created will help explore what it means to be human at the University of Dundee next month.

Published on 5 October 2020

Eddie Small standing in front of the door of Mary Lily Walker's house

Feature

Everyone in the School of Humanities was devastated to hear of the death of our much-loved colleague and friend, Eddie Small

Published on 29 September 2020

sketch of V&A Dundee

Press Release

Students from the University of Dundee have collaborated with V&A Dundee to create a collection of writing and art inspired by the museum and its galleries.

Published on 23 June 2020

Spanish comic

Press Release

The worldwide success of a University of Dundee comic raising awareness of a common but poorly understood medical condition has led to a Spanish version of the publication being launched.

Published on 16 March 2020

Sarah Martins da Silva

Press Release

Inspirational members of the University of Dundee community will next week share the ups and downs of their working lives at a free public event held as part of Dundee Women's Festival 2020

Published on 28 February 2020

Pabay by Prof Christopher Whatley

Press Release

Christopher Whatley, Professor of Scottish History at the University of Dundee, will next week give a public lecture about his critically acclaimed and highly personal study of the tiny Hebridean island of Pabay

Published on 20 February 2020

Comic

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Teenagers from across Scotland have shared their experiences of bereavement for a new comic aiming to help other young people deal with their grief

Published on 10 December 2019

Press Release

A hitherto undiscovered civilisation living beneath the River Tay are set to emerge from their aquatic asylum and deliver their verdict on our species when the University of Dundee hosts the UK’s national celebration of the humanities later this year

Published on 4 July 2019