Research Output per year
Promoting literary research across our degree programmes and communities
Literature at UHI brings together researchers from across the Highlands and Islands who explore literary texts, adaptations, drama and non-fiction.
We are based at Inverness, Perth and Lews Castle College UHI , and our lecturers are active researchers, teachers and practitioners. We promote literary research across our undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, and we work with local communities on a variety of public engagement programmes. We are also involved in knowledge exchanges with museums, archives, libraries and heritage bodies.
Our research explores a number of key themes and issues: we have strengths in particular periods (Renaissance to Contemporary), genres (Science Fiction, Nature Writing, Spy Fiction, Drama, Cinema, Adaptations, Gothic, Poetry) and themes (gender, identity, place, theory, philosophy, history).
Person: Academic Research Active
Person: Academic Non Research Active
Research output: Book/Report › Scholarly edition
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
The Journey from Further Education to Higher Education: an investigation into the ‘lived experiences’ of learners as they transition into and through the first year of higher educationSmith, K. & ODonnell, P., 30 Dec 2018, Scottish Educational Review, 50, 2, p. 23-38 16 p.
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Article
Activities per year
Activity: Talk or presentation › Oral presentation
‘Our Hielandmen’: Scots in Court Entertainments at home and abroad 1507–1616', Kingussie Heritage Festival 2018Lesley Mickel (Speaker)
Activity: Other › Types of Public engagement and outreach - Public lecture/debate/seminar