Saturday Evening Lectures at Dundee University February - May 2013

The Saturday Evening Lectures (free admission) arranged by the University of Dundee celebrates its 89th Anniversary this year.

The remaining five lectures in this years series are as follows:

9th February - David Mach: Mach Mania: An Artist's Portfolio.

9th March - Alyson Leslie: 'From Agatha Christie to Esther Rantzen: The British Response to Child Abuse Tragedies'.

23rd March - Fiona McLaren: 'Da Vinci's Last Commission'.

20th April - Professor Simon Baron-Cohen: 'Zero Degrees of Empathy'

11th May - Andy Wightman: 'Who Owns Scotland (And How They Got It)'.

All lectures will be held in the Dalhousie Building beginning at 6pm.

Drinks receptions will follow each lecture, and where appropriate, book-signings will be held.

The Dalhousie Building is located on the main campus of the University, on the corner of Old Hawkhill and Hunter Street. There is a pay and display car park opposite, which is open to the public, just behind the Globe Bar.

Overflow theatres may be in use if lectures are heavily subscribed, so be sure to arrive early if you would prefer to be seated in the main lecture theatre, as seating will be filled on a first come-first served basis on the night.

Tickets are available by emailing, or from the events office on 01382 385564.