Dr. Hamish Thompson
Hamish Thompson was born and brought up in Scotland, earning his first degree at the University of St. Andrews and then completing his doctorate at the University of Edinburgh. Additionally, Hamish has taught at the universities of Stirling, St. Andrews, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Hamish held faculty appointments in Departments of Philosophy at East Tennessee State University, Western Kentucky University and the University of Louisville, where he led and taught on study tours to the United Kingdom.
November 13th is Robert Louis Stevenson Day, commemorating the world-renowned author's birthday in 1850. Amongst his famous works such as Treasure Island and The Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - a fantastic tale of moral duality and split personality… More
Scottish Independence Referendum Part Deux? Today in the Scottish Parliament the Members of the Scottish Parliament will be completing a debate and voting to request powers from the United Kingdom parliament in Westminster to hold a referendum on Scottish… More
All students should be aware of our commitment to all students whatever their race, ethnicity, gender, religion, political perspective, economics, or geography, and this reflects the core of Arcadia’s values. While recent events provide a chance to… More
This Spring 2017, Arcadia Scotland will be hosting the UK & Ireland Regional Event. This tradition began in Ireland in 2016 to commemorate the centenary of the Easter Rising, where students studying in Scotland, Ireland and England had the opportunity… More
On June 23rd 2016, Scotland voted to remain in the European Union by 62% to 38% with every single region voting to remain. The United Kingdom voted to leave by 52% to 48%. It is almost inevitable that the UK will leave the European Union, but what precisely… More