On its founding on 13th April 1934, Prof. William J Watson, Professor of Celtic at Edinburgh University, defined the purpose of the Scottish Gaelic Texts Society as:
“to provide the publication of texts in the Scottish Gaelic language, accompanied by such introductions, English translations, glossaries and notes as may be deemed desirable.”
This is still the Society’s mission.
For the latest information on SGTS events and publications, go to News.
For more on the SGTS today and through the years go to About us.
To see the full range of SGTS volumes available, with links to the Gaelic Books Council for purchase, go to Publications.
To find out about joining the Society, go to Membership.
For further online resources, go to Links.