The Sick Apple: Female Mental Illness in New York Women’s Literature, 1920 – 1945
The Sick Apple: Female Mental Illness in New York Women’s Literature, 1920 – 1945
Deborah Snow Molloy
University of Glasgow
I, Highland Warrior, Identity Nuances
I, Highland Warrior, Identity Nuances
Harry Ross
University of Dundee
Digital Memory and Photographic Memory – New Media Art, Archives and Exhibiting for a Future Life.
Digital Memory and Photographic Memory – New Media Art, Archives and Exhibiting for a Future Life.
Judith Fieldhouse
Edinburgh Napier University
Are we wasting water in Scotland?
Are we wasting water in Scotland?
Maria Clemens
University of Strathclyde
‘I’m not a gatekeeper, I’m a fangirl’: Scottish Women as Cultural Leaders
‘I’m not a gatekeeper, I’m a fangirl’: Scottish Women as Cultural Leaders
Katie Hart
University of Glasgow
The wilder or the manicured? Exploring public perceptions of park landscapes in Chinese urban environment
The wilder or the manicured? Exploring public perceptions of park landscapes in Chinese urban environment
Xinlei Hu
University of Edinburgh
Learning French and Spanish under the Scottish 1+2 policy
Learning French and Spanish under the Scottish 1+2 policy
Lourdes Barquín Sanmartín
University of Edinburgh
Rethinking material knowledge through the formative drive in art objects
Rethinking material knowledge through the formative drive in art objects
Ginny Elston
Glasgow School of Art
Three Men and Their Gaelic Manuscripts in Kintyre, 1690-1698
Three Men and Their Gaelic Manuscripts in Kintyre, 1690-1698
Danielle Fatzinger
University of Glasgow
Edinburgh CCC – Edinburgh Collective Cognitive Cartography
Edinburgh CCC – Edinburgh Collective Cognitive Cartography
Negar Ebrahimi and Yixuan Wang
The University of Edinburgh
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Featured Researcher

Our Featured Researcher for May is Anna McEwan with her project 'Gendered citizenship and women’s relationship to systems of social care: Investigating the GDR’s Frauenparadies (1971-1990)'. Based at the University of Glasgow, Anna's research examines social care policies in East Germany. Click on her photo to find out about her PhD research.