Monthly Archives: October 2017

Public Lecture by Prof. Wayne te Brake, Monday 30 October, 5 – 7.30pm

You are warmly invited to a public lecture which Prof. Wayne te Brake (Purchase College, State University of New York) will give at the University of Dundee on Monday, 30 October 2017, 5-7.30 PM in Dalhousie Building 3G05 (Lecture Theatre 2).  The title of the lecture is ‘Making Religious Peace: A Historical Perspective’.  It is

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Hidden Truths: The Media, The West and Rwanda

Hidden Truths: The Media, The West and Rwanda Lynsey Anderson  As an undergraduate student, I found that studying history at the University of Dundee broadened my perspectives on global and international relations. I studied not only Scottish history, but also American, Russian, and contemporary African history. The consequences of globalisation are particularly prominent when studying

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Demystifying the Academic Conference or Seminar

Demystifying the Academic Conference or Seminar Christopher Fevre One of the most notable aspects of the evolution from taught postgraduate into PhD research is the growing expectation to present your work at academic conferences and seminars. Students often discuss how daunting a prospect this can be, which in my experience, has tended to revolve around

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