Spend some time dipping into a variety of student work, including dramas, features, shorts and documentaries, and find out about all things radio at CMC. We hope there’s plenty here to inspire and set you on your way to producing audio pieces of your own.
Creative writing at the University of Stirling offers workshop-based undergraduate classes and MLitt and PhD programmes. Our courses are taught by acclaimed writers Kathleen Jamie, Meaghan Delahunt and Liam Murray Bell.
PULSE, a collaborative political weblog, features work by a variety of writers, activists and academics - original pieces combined with hand-picked audiovisual material and writing. PULSE seeks to build upon the opportunities presented by online publishing innovations and has plans to upgrade in the near future.
This blog is a database of Scandinavian/'Viking' burial sites in Scotland and is intended in part as a simple gazetteer to aid research, but in particular to facilitate site visits and to help people appreciate the landscapes in which Scandinavians buried their dead.
The Centre for Scottish Studies was founded in 1998 ‘to promote research, publication and education in Scottish Studies, especially across the boundaries of literature, critical theory, history, media and politics’.
Focusing on book, magazine, journal and digital publishing, the Centre trains the publishers of the future, provides opportunities for those currently working in the industry to reflect on their professional practice, and through its research, critically analyses the past, present and future of the publishing.
Established in 2014, the Centre for Translation, Interpreting and Intercultural Studies at Stirling is an interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary research centre, which seeks to build bridges between interdisciplinary subjects.