Gerard Carruthers

Francis Hutcheson Professor of Scottish Literature, University of Glasgow

Gerard Carruthers was lecturer in the Department of English Studies, University of Strathclyde (1995- 2000), where he taught American, English and Scottish literatures. Previously he was Research Fellow at the Centre for Walter Scott Studies, University of Aberdeen (1993-5). Gerard Carruthers is a graduate of the universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde and of St Andrew's College of Education, Glasgow.

His PhD thesis was on 'The Invention of Scottish Literature During the Long Eighteenth Century'. His research interests include Scottish literature from 1690 to the 20th century, particularly Robert Burns, Muriel Spark, James Bridie, Alexander Geddes and Walter Scott

Experience

  • –present
    Francis Hutcheson Chair in Scottish Literature, University of Glasgow