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Keith Williams in roundtable discussion on Brexit, Trump and the challenges of populism and authoritarianism

Dr Keith Williams will be taking part in a roundtable discussion chaired by the BBC’s former special correspondent Alan Little, as part of the European Consortium of Humanities Institutes and Centres Conference, hosted at the University of Edinburgh on 6 April 2017. This is on ‘Brexit, Trump and the challenges of populism and authoritarianism in

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‘Seeing the Future’ – keynote talk by Dr Keith Williams

Dr Keith Williams will give the keynote talk, ‘Seeing the Future’, at Aberdeen University Philosophy Society’s conference, ‘Utopia and Dystopia: Government, Citizens and State’, on Thursday 16 March, from 5.30 to 6.30pm. For more details, go to the conference Facebook page at facebook.com/AUPhilSocConference2017

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Kirsty Gunn on judging panel for Notting Hill Essay Prize 2017

Professor Kirsty Gunn will be on the judging panel of this year’s Notting Hill Editions Essay Prize. Submissions for the competition closed on 9th January 2017 and the prize giving ceremony is due to take place on the 28th June 2017 in London. The first prize is £20,000. Five runners up will each receive £1,000.

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Eddie Small – Public Engagement dates:

Eddie Small will be appearing at the forthcoming events below…

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Dundee conference inspires special edition of poetry journal

The Open Library of Humanities have just published a special edition of their Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, featuring papers first heard at a conference held at the University of Dundee in March 2015. The conference ‘New Papers in Contemporary British Poetry’ aimed to showcase new critical work on poets now living and

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Welcome to the Centre for Critical & Creative Culture

Welcome to the new website for the Centre for Critical & Creative Culture at the University of Dundee.  Please browse our pages to see the events and activities we promote.

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