Writing the North

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

Scotland in 1819: a SWINC workshop

June 14th 2019: Join us for an afternoon workshop featuring Professor James Chandler (University of Chicago).

Stevenson in the Pacific

On Friday 30th November Dr Lesley Graham (University of Bordeaux) will give a talk titled: ‘‘Space Unattached’:

SWINC Autumn Workshop

Join us for our autumn roundup of work presented at conferences over the summer: 24th October

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Walter Scott’s unpublished & unperformed translation of “The Wards” by the German playwright Iffland will be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