Read about the activities and achievements of our established and early career researchers and our thriving PhD community.
Read about the research activities and achievements of our established and early career researchers.
Writing across borders
We speak to Hephzibah Israel about the research and creative process behind her exhibition மொழிபெயர்ப்பு / the nature of difference.
Exploring the legacies of Robert Louis Stevenson's Pacific writing
We hear from the researchers behind Remediating Stevenson, a new three-year project to engage contemporary readers in Samoa, Scotland and Hawai'i.
RSE medal win is first for a Modern Linguist
Professor John Renwick reflects on winning the RSE Sir Walter Scott Medal for his work on Voltaire and Marmontel.
How can we best respond to the ethical demands of Gender-Based Violence translation?
Dr Charlotte Bosseaux talks to us about her new, AHRC-funded, practice-based research project.
Àidh, Robot - researchers develop first ASR system for Scottish Gaelic
Will Lamb outlines what Automatic Speech Recognition means for the future of Scotland’s Gaelic language.
The School of Scottish Studies Archives at 70
It’s 70 years since the University began collecting images, stories and voices of unheard Scottish lives. Lori Watson and Neill Martin reflect on this cultural milestone.
Collaboration with National Library of Scotland sees launch of new digital resource
Research on the Anna Murray and Frederick Douglass Family has led to the development of an online learning resource on African American revolutionaries.
Thriving in Scotland’s culture - Professor of Gaelic honoured for contribution to Public Life
Wilson McLeod talks about his Saltire Society honour, one of six Fletcher of Saltoun Awards given to Scotland’s leading figures in 2020.
Meet our new podcaster going Beyond the Books
We chat to PhD candidate, and Web and Communications Postgraduate Intern, Ellen Davis-Walker about our new podcast on research and the people who make it happen.