The School of Scottish Studies and Language Policy and Planning for Gaelic

  • Robert Dunbar

Abstract


The School of Scottish Studies (the ‘School’) was inaugurated on 31 January 1951 as a semiautonomous institution within the University of Edinburgh, with the broad aim of studying ‘Scottish traditional life in its European setting, on lines similar to those developed in several Scandinavian institutes and, more recently, in Ireland and Wales’.
Published
01-Feb-2017
How to Cite
Dunbar, R. (2017, February 1). The School of Scottish Studies and Language Policy and Planning for Gaelic. Scottish Studies, 37, 72 - 82. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.2218/ss.v37i0.1794
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