These four-week and six-week online courses allow you to engage deeply with materials that come from and reflect the indigenous Gaelic culture of the Scottish Highlands. Study this obscured and fascinating legacy with fellow participants under the guidance of a pioneering scholar of Scottish Studies, Dr. Michael Newton.
Details about how the courses are designed and how they work are on this webpage.
Spring courses that run from April to May are now open for registration: Pay and register in the Shop.
Introduction to Scottish Highland Heritage: Sundays 5 April – 26 April 2020 (four weeks), 2:00PM – 3:30PM EST.
Reclaiming the Roots: Wednesdays 1 Apr – 6 May 2020 (six weeks), 6:00PM – 7:30PM EST.
Radicalizing the Roots: Tuesdays 7 Apr – 12 May 2020 (six weeks), 8:00PM – 9:30PM EST.
Explore the basics of Scottish Highland culture, society, and heritage during the clan era.
Engage deeply with aspects of indigeneity in the Gaelic culture of the Scottish Highlands.
Deconstructing whiteness through a Gaelic lens and decolonizing Scottish heritage.
Learn about the Scottish Highland diaspora in North America.
Learn about the origins and cultural foundation of Scottish Highland music and dance traditions.