The Firefox web browser has become the first major software available in the Scots language
“After all this time it’s amazing to get together, and especially because so much work has gone on behind the scenes to make it happen.”
The University of Aberdeen’s WayWORD Festival will be taking place from 19th to 26th of September.
“We’re delighted to be hosting such an exciting delegation of poets from the Scottish Isles to perform at StAnza’s online, hybrid festival.”
How do we work out if someone is lying to us? How do we work out if we can trust what they are telling us?
A new study found that talented dogs can learn new words after hearing them only four times.
The Between Islands project which like other events has had to adapt and share online has another film by Keiba Clubb on the subject of Shetland dialect.
A University of Aberdeen academic has received a prestigious prize for his part in a huge 10-year study that sheds new light on a forgotten figure of Russian anthropology.
Here in Canada, when putting a container of milk behind the wood stove to warm before making butter, he referred to as the “louty keg”…I think.
“Scots continues to play an important role in our cultural and everyday lives and informs both our identity and sense of place.”