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University of Dundee

Series: Jonathan Swift at 350: Lost and Found

The world’s greatest satirist, Jonathan Swift, turns 350 years old in November 2017. Lost in a series of fantastical places, the narrator of his most famous work, Gulliver’s Travels, enthrals everyone he meets with his adeptness in lying (‘the thing which is not’) — that is, storytelling. Through a series of hands-on activities and immersive events centred on ‘tall tales’ in the City of Discovery, Jonathan Swift at 350: Lost and Found engages with the extraordinary legacy of a man who found wondrous and shocking perspectives on being human.


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Series: Languages Lost and Found

Forming part of the annual Being Human’ Festival, which showcases the interdisciplinary relevance of the humanities, the ‘Languages Lost & Found’ events on Saturday, 18th November, aim to make visible the often hidden richness and diversity of languages and cultures in Scottish society through community-led workshops and demonstrations.


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