O Tusitala: Celebrating Samoan Culture 

Professor Emma Sutton of the School of English has researched the relationships between literature and music for more than twenty-five years. Her work explores the role music plays in literary representations of gender, class, pacifism, nationality and racial identity. Sutton is also an Associate of St Andrews’ Centre for Pacific Studies, the UK’s only such … Read more

An Undoing: feminist plays for the modern age

Miss Julie, Clytemnestra, Lady Macbeth – iconic women in theatre that have become larger-than-life representations of wildness, evil, and ruthless ambition. But do the stories that have been told about them reflect who they really are? Zinnie Harris – playwright, director, Associate Artistic Director of the Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, and Professor in the School … Read more