Association For Scottish Literary Studies

The Association for Scottish Literary Studies (ASLS) is a Scottish educational charity, founded in 1970 to promote and support the teaching, study and writing of Scottish literature. Its founding members included the Scottish literary scholar Matthew McDiarmid (1914–1996). Originally based at the University of Aberdeen, it moved to its current home within the University of Glasgow in 1996. ASLS is supported by Creative Scotland.

ASLS's main field of activity is publishing, and the Association is a member of Publishing Scotland.

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