The Business is a free, day-long event hosted by the University of Edinburgh on all aspects of the publishing world, with a wealth of insights from industry insiders – publishers, editors, novelists, poets, reviewers and translators.
The aim of this conference is to gather together scholars in a diverse range of disciplines (history, classics, philosophy, literary and cultural studies) and discuss to what extent and how the war, its representations and its contemporary memory, can be considered as a laboratory for testing identities at large.
The Scottish Poetry Library is pleased to present a screening of "Seachd - The Inaccessible Pinnacle". Featuring the screenwriting and acting talents of two of Scotland's leading Gaelic poets, Angus MacNicol and Angus Peter Campbell.
This two-day symposium will explore new critical and interdisciplinary perspectives on the Scottish poet, artist and avant-gardener Ian Hamilton Finlay (1925-2006). Abstract submissions are now being accepted.
On the 200th anniversary of what remains one of the boldest launches in British periodical history, we will return to the scene of Blackwood’s founding for two days of debate about Maga’s highs and lows and its enduring legacies in literary, cultural, and political history.