News and features from the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures.
What do you learn from bringing a Japanese art exhibition to Edinburgh?
PhD in Japanese candidate Olivia Putyer tells us about the public engagement skills she’s developed through Venus Bound, a week-long exhibition of over 30 artworks.
If you’re going to take one person’s careers advice…
Final year Scottish Studies student Euan Lownie tells us about his first book, ‘Never, Ever Take Anybody’s Advice on Anything’, featuring words of wisdom from successful Scots.
Meet our graduates: Shuangyi Li
The winner of this year’s Anna Balakian Prize is a three-time Edinburgh graduate who completed his PhD in French in 2015 and is now a Swedish Research Council Research Fellow at Lund University.
Meet our Writer in Residence 2019-2021
Tracey S. Rosenberg chats about sharing her writing expertise with students across the University, and about why Edinburgh is such a great place for creative writing.
The digital humanities, the ‘Vandegrifter’, and me: Dr Robyn Pritzker
The recent English Literature PhD graduate traces her journey from book historian to digital encoder of Fanny Van de Grift Stevenson’s previously-unknown short stories.
Finding the study path that’s right for you
Fourth year student Natalie Hotchkiss talks about taking time out and changing degrees midway through her undergraduate programme.
The return of the noh masters
Japanese Studies students tell us about their involvement in Munenori Takeda’s visit to Edinburgh as part of a UK tour of performances and workshops.
Meet our graduates: Francesca Triggs
While working as a trainee solicitor, Francesca (MA Hons, 2017) has recently had her research on “Positive Energy” in Chinese discourse published in the British Journal of Chinese 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.
Meet our Postgraduate School Rep: Xiaotong Ma
MSc student Xiaotong tells us why she stood in the Students' Association Postgraduate Elections, and how Translation Studies at Edinburgh has opened her mind to critical thinking.