The University of Glasgow’s School of Humanities, in partnership with West Dunbartonshire Council Libraries and Cultural Services, are pleased to announce TWO three-year PhD Studentships under the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Collaborative Doctoral Award (CDA) Scheme, to begin 1 October 2014.
5 awards from the Royal Society of Edinburgh grants, to Lynn Abrams & Marina Moskowitz (History), Callum Brown (History), Ben Colburn & Hugh Lazenby (Philosophy), Geraldine Parsons (Celtic & Gaelic), Jan Stenger (Classics)
The discovery of a letter in the British Library, written by Robert the Bruce to Edward II of England, sheds new light on the relationship between Scotland and England in the run up to the Battle of Bannockburn.
Election of Dauvit Broun to the Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland's national academy, and of Chris Dalglish to Fellowship of the Young Academy for outstanding Early Career Researchers
The University of Glasgow’s School of Humanities and School of Geographical and Earth Sciences, in partnership with the Scottish Allotments and Gardens Society (SAGS), are pleased to announce a three-year PhD Studentship under the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Collaborative Doctoral Award (CDA) Scheme, to begin 1 October 2013.
This year’s joint winner of the Hume Brown Prize in Scottish History (for the best first book in Scottish History) is Steven Reid for his Humanism and Calvinism: Andrew Melville and the Universities of Scotland, 1560-1625 (Ashgate 2011).
In a landmark series of seminars running from September 2012 to May 2013 the Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies will offer a unique perspective on how the “voice of the people” has been heard in Scotland since medieval times.