Friends of the Centre
As a part of the local and academic communities, the Centre for Scottish Studies also lends its support to various organizations and events that further promote Scottish subject matter. Below you will find more information and helpful links to some of our affiliates.
The Scottish Studies Foundation is a Canadian charitable organization established to encourage research, both inside and outside universities, in Scottish culture -- history, literature, religion, art, law, and in Scottish migrations to North America; and to publish historical studies and documents relating to Scottish culture and migrations.
The Centre for Scottish Studies at Simon Fraser University provides a focal point for faculty, students and members of the general public who are interested in exploring Scottish history and culture and connections between Scotland and Canada in the contemporary global landscape.
The Scottish Collection, housed in the Cape Breton University Library, is a rich and varied collection of materials dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Gaelic and Scottish culture in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
Connected Histories brings together a range of digital resources related to early modern and nineteenth century Britain.
The Celtic Studies Association of North America (CSANA) embraces all aspects of Celtic Studies and provides a forum that is unavailable in a discipline- or area-based organization. Our members are interested in the languages, literature, history, folklore, music, art and archaeology of ancient, medieval, and modern Celtic cultures.
Founded in 1973, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig has become internationally recognised as a National Centre for the Gaelic language and culture. SMO has a variety of course offerings in Scottish Gaelic, including short courses, full-time courses and distance learning.
The Scottish Diaspora Tapestry project involves communities around the world in the celebration of Scottish heritage and culture.