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Research and field collection in Scottish Ethnology encompass the following main areas:
Both oral and written sources are stressed and Scotland offers excellent opportunities for fieldwork in Scots and Gaelic.
All postgraduate students must enrol in the comprehensive training programme offered by Celtic & Scottish Studies, which articulates with generic training offered by the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures and the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Science. Primary sources are emphasised and the combination of archive work and fieldwork are particularly encouraged.
The School of Scottish Studies Archives include over
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