Blog| 28/03/2024
Dr Saskia Smellie explores Scotland's unique stance on immigration; looking at the latest research and Scottish attitudes towards migrants and its distinctive narrative landscape and how it differs from the rest of the UK.
Blog| 29/02/2024
Scotland is on the cliff-edge of a cultural recession, argues Wasps Chair Karen Anderson.
Blog| 22/02/2024
Sustaining Scotland's emerging cultural cinema come sharply into focus, revealing an intricate dance between education and industry demands.
Blog| 15/02/2024
Jude Barber advocates for an intersectional feminist approach when it comes to designing and building healthy, sustainable communities.
Blog| 08/02/2024
Leonie Bell declares the V&A Dundee a beacon for cultural growth in Dundee and a global voice for design and culture.
Blog| 06/02/2024
Richard Simpson sheds light on the disparity between political praise and the actual power dynamics at play, where statutory funders often wield unequal influence.
Blog| 01/02/2024
Sean McNamara advocates for the support of libraries, stressing their integral role in democracy, equality, and intellectual freedom.
Blog| 25/01/2024
Leila Aboulela, renowned author and essayist, reflects on her life-altering move from Sudan to Scotland.
Blog| 18/01/2024
Professor Dorothy Miell, asserts the enduring importance of human artistic expression, emphasising inclusivity and authenticity as it navigates the evolving landscape of technology.
Blog| 11/01/2024
Catherine Stihler, CEO of Creative Commons, discusses the role of AI in creativity and the evolution of copyright.
Blog| 06/11/2023
Dr Dmitry Fedosov discusses John Barbour's monumental 14th-century poem, "The Bruce," which chronicles Scotland's War of Independence.
Blog| 30/10/2023
Dr John Nugent is investigating the enigma of neutrinos, abundant yet elusive fundamental particles.