With Our Own Voices

Written by Victoria Shropshire (PhD candidate in English Literature). ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ For two Saturdays in September 2018, along with fellow doctoral candidate, Sarah Tytler, and writer-poet-performer, Elaine Gallagher, I had the pleasure of facilitating With Our Own Voices, a pair of multimodal creative writing workshops hosted by the Glasgow Women’s Library. With Our Own Voices was […]

The Modernist Archives in Context conference

Written by Calum Weir (PhD student in English Literature). ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ I would like to extend a massive thank you to the staff and organisers at the University of Reading and the Samuel Beckett Archive for their incredibly warm welcome at their Modernist Archives in Context: Periodicals and Performance conference at the end of November, 2018, […]

Reach 08: Ownership of Scots Dialects

Wall or wa’ but not tall or ta’ – Ownership of Scots Dialects ‌Wall neo wa’ ach chan e tall neo ta’ – Seilbh air Dualchainntean Albais Our speech gives away many clues to our identity, such as: where you are from, how old you are, who you spend time with. All of these factors […]