Dylan Inglis

Teaching Fellow in Basque

Contact details



Room 1.5
21 Buccleuch Place

Post code


I was appointed teaching fellow in Basque at the University of Edinburgh in 2023. 

Prior to this, I completed a BA in Human Geography at the University of Durham and MSc in Society and Space at the University of Bristol. Having learnt French, Spanish and Basque as a teenager, during and post-university study I have always been interested in intertwining the lived experiences of different but interlinked languages and cultures with my studies and research in Geography, Environmental Sciences, Philosophy and Sociolinguistics.

In the year 2022-23 I lived and worked in Tbilisi, Georgia, teaching English and Basque and exploring the rich and complex cultures and histories of the South Caucasus. 

I have carried out research across the Basque country and have lived and worked in the provinces of Bizkaia and Zuberoa. 

Responsibilities & affiliations

Teaching fellow in Basque at Edinburgh University

Etxepare Institute Reader in Basque

Teaching and administration for Basque language and culture modules

Spanish Language 1A 

External Examiner University of Liverpool

Undergraduate teaching

Basque language for beginners 

Spanish 1A

Basque culture and society (2024-)

Basque language II (TBC)

Research summary

My principal research interests are the relation between technology (Technik) and language, language as practice, the interlinks between relational values and nature.