The Centre for Critical and Creative Cultures is dedicated to exploring the intersections of creativity and criticism in a range of disciplines, contexts and media. The Centre’s work is concerned with inter- and multi-disciplinarity, with multimedia, mixed media and digital and intermedial literary/art works, and with the various forms that knowledge, its presentations and representations, can take. It has specific interests in areas including word and image, film, comics, creative writing, theatre, performance and performativity.
The activities of the Centre bring together researchers from a variety of disciplines and institutions, as well as practitioners in many cultural fields. We are keen to make connections nationally and internationally, with those inside and outside the university, and to explore the forms that both creativity and critical work can take.
If you would like more information, please contact the Director, Dr Keith Williams.
The University of Dundee has been named Scottish University of the Year in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide in 2016 and 2017, as well as being ranked number 1 in Scotland in the National Student Survey 2015. See more about our achievements.
Unique to Dundee and situated next door to the University is Scotland’s only repertory company, Dundee Rep Theatre. Also situated on the edge of our campus is Dundee Contemporary Arts, a world-class centre for the development and exhibition of contemporary art and culture, with whom we collaborate on film projects and screenings.
In conjunction with the School of Humanities, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, cited as one of the top art schools in the UK, offers a number of interdisciplinary postgraduate degree courses in art, media, design and the humanities.