In his response to George Galloway’s recent article, “Scotland, Farage and Me”, Dan Paris writes that “It is an imaginative
[box bg="#eeeeee" color-"#666666"]This is the text of Natalie McGarry’s speech at the event “Gender and Independence,” which is part of
It was almost like what I imagine it would be like admitting to being an alcoholic. Most folks I knew
I love the wide open spaces of Scotland, the white coral beaches of the Hebrides and humour of the people.
It’s worrying when patriarchy (or perhaps “kyriarchy”) is expressed as the one-size-fits-all concept which accounts for the world’s injustices –
Jasmine Chorley Foster is currently working towards a BA in History and Celtic Studies at the University of Toronto with
Lately, I’ve been thinking about this famous exchange between Thaw and McAlpin in Alasdair Gray’s first novel: “Glasgow is a magnificent
I’ve grown up with the idea that independence is as natural as drawing a breath; that it is the point