Learn more about our commitment to promoting the Gaelic language in, and beyond, the University.
Celtic & Scottish Studies has won the award for Best School or Subject Area in the University in this year’s EUSA Teaching Awards competition.
A review of the School of Scottish Studies Archives concludes that it is vital to teaching, research and public engagement and should remain a highly accessible resource.
We are very pleased to announce that Celtic and Scottish Studies will be launching a new taught masters programme in autumn 2013.
As part of its forthcoming Gaelic Language Plan, the University has appointed Bria Mason as its first Gaelic Officer.
On 28 November 2012 the University of Edinburgh bestowed the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters on Eric Hamp.
Thanks to a recent Follow-on grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the department of Celtic and Scottish Studies is delighted to announce that the Calum Maclean Project is able to commence for a further year.
The department of Celtic and Scottish Studies at the University of Edinburgh is delighted to announce the appointment of Frieda Morrison as the new Artist in Residence.
We are very sad to announce the death of Ian MacKenzie, photographer and curator of the photographic archive, after a long illness. Ian started working in the archive in 1985 and since then made an enormous contribution to the work of the School of Scottish Studies and later the department of Celtic and Scottish Studies.
The Ian MacKenzie Memorial Fund has been set up to further his work. If you would like to contribute, please contact his wife Talitha on firstname.lastname@example.org
This article was published on Apr 29, 2013