Fri 10 April I 19:00
all ages I booking essential I £5
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Patrick Geddes is one of Scotland’s most remarkable thinkers of the late 19th and early 20th century. This lecture is an exploration of both his pioneering ecological research at University College Dundee and of his support for Antarctic research. Copies of Murdo Macdonald’s new book Patrick Geddes’s Intellectual Origins, will be available at the lecture.
Murdo Macdonald is Emeritus Professor of History of Scottish Art at the University of Dundee. He was appointed an honorary member of the Royal Scottish Academy of Art and Architecture in 2009 and an honorary fellow of the Association for Scottish Literary Studies in 2016.
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