engage is the home of the new College of Humanities and Social Sciences blogging community. Our current featured blogs are listed below – new blogs coming soon include
▶ Stuart Eydman’s documentation of the the fiddle in the Scottish folk music revival
▶ Violent Legacies – exploring the work of German film and theatre director Andres Veier
The Global Development Academy's blog investigates the economic, political and cultural aspects of what happens 'after development'.
The Anthropology of Christianity Bibliographic Blog is a research hub for one of the fastest growing sub-disciplines in contemporary anthropology.
Exploring exciting new avenues for digital humanities research and engagement with Scotland’s national collections.
|Art School Head
Art School Head is Professor Chris Breward's blog that reflects on all things Art School and particularly on all things ECA.
|Ben Jonson's Walk
Featured in the national media; trace the 1618 walk from London to Edinburgh by playwright and one-man carnival Ben Jonson, through blog posts, maps and Twitter.
|Edinburgh Environmental Humanities
Collaborative partnerships exploring interactions between the humanities and the environment.
|Eighteenth Century Enlightenment Studies
A cross-disciplinary forum for scholars of the 'long' 18th century. Members come from a range of disciplines, including history, law, philosophy, literature, divinity, art history, geography, and the social sciences.
Alison Wood, a current PhD candidate from the School of Health in Social Science, writes about the challenges and rewards of the Nursing Studies programme.
|Science and Religion
Staff and students hold an often lively debate around topical issues addressed by the Science and Religion masters programme at the School of Divinity.
In between keeping College websites spinning along, the Web Team occasionally find time to post news, reviews and web-related tips.
|Who's Watching Who?
Twenty-five years after of the fall of the Berlin Wall, a collaboration between dramatist Peter Arnott, Dr Laura Bradley of the University of Edinburgh, and ex-BBC producer Susan Kemp explores censorship and East German theatre.