News from the Department of Celtic and Scottish Studies.
Meet our Traditional Artist in Residence
We chat to Mike Vass about coming of age in Edinburgh’s traditional music session scene and his current role searching for treasures in the School of Scottish Studies Archives.
What Hamish Henderson means to our students
Final year Scottish Studies student, Euan Lownie, reflects on the legacy of one of the most prolific contributors to the School of Scottish Studies Archives.
A royal visit to the archives
HRH The Princess Royal, Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh, has visited the refurbished School of Scottish Studies Archives. We talk to three students who met the Chancellor during her tour.
LLC at the Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2018
We highlight nine great events in Scotland’s annual celebration of live storytelling, oral traditions and cultural diversity.
An inviting and welcoming community
We talk to Celtic Studies PhD student, Dhanya Baird, about her involvement in conferences and why the Celtic and Scottish Studies department is so special to her.
St Andrew’s Day marks official reopening of the School of Scottish Studies Archives
Scottish Ethnology students, past and present, reflect on what the Archives mean to them.
Meet our graduates: Ella Leith
Having studied Scottish Ethnology as both an undergraduate and postgraduate, Ella has developed particular expertise in British Sign Language storytelling in Scottish deaf communities.
PhD graduate wins Celtic and Scottish Studies’ second Zeuss Prize in two years
Dr Anne Macleod Hill has been awarded Societas Celtologica Europaea’s prize for best new PhD thesis.