Set in Stone: Future Thinking on Carved Stones in Scotland

Set In Stone: Future Thinking on Carved Stones in Scotland Stèidhte sa Chloich: Beachdan air Clachan Snaidhte ann an Alba In Scotland, carved stone monuments are all around us. They shape our sense of place and identity, and tell us much about past peoples, their identities, beliefs, tastes, technologies and lives. But how would you […]

Changing the Perception of Govan’s Heritage

For over twenty years, Professor Stephen Driscoll has been championing Govan’s heritage and changing the perception of Govan along with it. Working with Govan Workspace Ltd, a local regeneration charity, Stephen has helped to uncover some of Govan’s lost treasures – but there is more still to do. Govan has a fascinating past. Before it […]

Now Showing: Film and Broadcasting in the College of Arts

by Jennifer Hilder (PhD Intern) The Film and Broadcasting theme is one that we all might think we already understand. But what might surprise you is the range of ways the College of Arts supports and develops this theme, not just through Film and Television studies. Thanks to a growing popular interest in historical and […]