Research in Celtic & Gaelic
Staff in Celtic & Gaelic have worked and are working on a wide range of projects in many fields, and are always interested in discussing new projects with prospective students. Students can apply to research towards a PhD, MPhil or MRes, and details are available here: A Guide to PG Study 2014-15. These can be written in either Gaelic or English.
We boast a thriving research community of staff and students, supporting a diverse array of projects. Staff are involved in co-operative projects of both aademic and public varieties, including the provision of computer-Assisted Learning for Gaelic, the Gaelic Linguistic Survey, and a proramme on Gaelic gammar for schools.
Some theses produced by researchers in Celtic and Gaelic include the undernoted, which are all available from the Glasgow Theses Service:-
- 'The relic cult of St Patrick between the seventh and the late twelfth centuries in its European contexts: A focus on the lives'
- 'Gaelic place-names and the social history of Gaelic speakers in medieval Menteith'
- 'Innis-na-Fìrinne: Dòmhnall Mac-na Ceàrdaich (1885-1932) agus a obair fhoillsichte'