Scottish Gaelic Studies
ISSN 0080-8024 Aberdeen University Press
Scottish Gaelic Studies is the pride and joy of all Aberdeen’s Gaelic scholars, and indeed, being the being the flagship journal of our wide range of Gaelic study, is a vital treasure for all Scotland’s Gaels, academic and otherwise.
Scottish Gaelic Studies is a peer-reviewed journal. The title has always been interpreted freely, not just as meaning ‘studies on Scottish Gaelic’, but more like ‘studies done in Scotland [and anywhere else!] on any Gaelic topic’, including language, literature, history, education and language planning.
Scottish Gaelic Studies is currently published annually in the Autumn. The editors are now welcoming contributions to the next edition. These should preferably be sent by email to the editors (firstname.lastname@example.org) or in printed form to The School of Language and Literature, Taylor Building, University of Aberdeen, AB24 3UB. The styles and conventions to be observed by contributors are printed on the inside front covers of earlier issues of the journal, and include especially the requirement to use end-notes rather than footnotes. Articles may be written either in Gaelic or in English. There is no limit on word-length at present.