The School of Critical Studies incorporates the following subject areas:
- English Language
- English Literature - including Creative Writing at Glasgow
- Scottish Literature
- Theology and Religious Studies
Our core commitment is to the practice of criticism, theory and interpretation, creativity and the study of language. The School’s research and teaching is supported by outstanding facilities, including Glasgow University’s world-renowned library.
If you study here you will benefit from our wealth of experience and enthusiasm to develop vital skills in critical, analytical, and creative thinking. You will be living and working alongside students from all over the world in Scotland’s most vibrant city.
Follow the links above to find out more about the full range of our activities.
News and events
23 OctThe Northern Network for Medical Humanities http://nnmh.org.uk/ will be holding its Glasgow research workshop meeting on Friday 22 January 2016.
30 JunTwo Bards - Saturday 16 January (Robert Burns Birthplace Museum) A conference exploring the links in the lives and afterlives of Robert Burns and William Shakespeare.