Keys supplied identify James Coutts (Pharmacy), [ ] McLean (Chemistry), Blodwen Lloyd (Biology), E.J. Schorn (Pharmacy), Gordon Rattray (Biology, later Pharmacy) and [ ] Cumming (Chemistry). The Royal Technical College Dramatic and Musical Club's production of 'The Fourth Wall' took place in the College Hall on Friday 19 February 1932.
Photograph of a portrait by Michael Noakes.
Bundle of photographs of Sir Samuel Crowe Curran. Various photographs of different dates.
Oral history project, conducted by Callum G. Brown, in 1997. The aim of the project was to study the festival of Up-helly-aa, an annual winter-time festival celebrated across the island of Shetland. The interviews were a key part of the research for Callum Brown's book: 'Up-helly-aa: Custom, culture and community in Shetland' (1998).
The collection comprises 6 digital audio recordings (digitised from original tapes) and 6 paper transcripts (with digital access copies): some labelled as 'partial' transcripts, and others labelled as 'full relevant' transcripts.
There are 9 interviewees. Some were interviewed together.
Booklets of prizewinning poems and a selection of the entries.
Information about available courses and requirements for the Department of English Studies Honours Year.
A conference organised by the Programme in Literary Linguistics, Department of English Studies, University of Strathclyde. Held at Clyde Hall, Glasgow, 4-6 July 1986.