Writing the North

Writing the North explored the literature of Orkney and Shetland. A collaborative project, it brought together literary historians,

The Wards

Walter Scott’s unpublished & unperformed translation of “The Wards” by the German playwright Iffland will be

Robert Burns in Russia

Celebrate Burns Night on Thursday 25th January with our talk ‘Robert Burns in Russia: Translation and

The 1820s: A Literary Symposium

On the 9th-10th February 2018 SWINC will bring together expert scholars in discussion of 1820s literature,

Fantasy, Fairy Tales and the (Non) Human

A SWINC Workshop 28th June 2017 2.00-5.00 50 George Square 2.03   Keynote: John Plotz (Brandeis

Spies, Dynamite and Victorian Terrorism

Wednesday 19 April, 2pm The National Library of Scotland As part of Edinburgh Spy Week, Historian

Scotland and France after 1815

A workshop on literature and history 24 March 2.00-5.00 IASH seminar room, Hope Park Square Keynote:

TEXTUAL EDITING: 21st Century Practice

  TEXTUAL EDITING: TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY PRACTICE A series of workshops for doctoral students in literary studies

SWINC Reading Group

Dr Nicoletta Asciuto (IASH) will lead the SWINC reading group on Tuesday 9th February, looking at

Autumn Conference Round-up 2015

Please join us on 7th October for our annual event showcasing new work by SWINC members. We

Stevenson on the Screen and Beyond

For the fourth year in a row, the Stevenson Edition takes part in RLS Day, a