SGSAH; SGSAH RESEARCH;
Fuori Programma
Fuori Programma
Irene Ros
University of Edinburgh
PRAXIS in Practice: Queer time and chronotopia in comics and graphic novels
PRAXIS in Practice: Queer time and chronotopia in comics and graphic novels
Garry McLaughlin
University of Dundee
Aonar: Narrative Engagement in Cinematic VR Experiences
Aonar: Narrative Engagement in Cinematic VR Experiences
Austin Wolfe
Glasgow School of Art
The Queer Woman Reader in the Nineteenth Century
The Queer Woman Reader in the Nineteenth Century
Charley Matthews
University of Edinburgh
Hear Us Now: Reimagining the Future of Boston’s Catholic Community through Storytelling and Theatre
Hear Us Now: Reimagining the Future of Boston’s Catholic Community through Storytelling and Theatre
Alyssa Terese Osiecki
University of Glasgow
 

Welcome to SGSAH Research, the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities’ online space for the dissemination of arts and humanities doctoral research from across Scotland. Representing the richness of Scotland’s intellectual and creative talent SGSAH Research promotes the research of doctoral candidates through our annual ‘Showcase’ events, alongside profiling the individual research interests of current and past cohorts. The SGSAH Research is also a space to celebrate the achievements and career trajectories of our alumni.

We hope SGSAH Research offers a stimulating insight into the world-leading arts and humanities doctoral research in Scotland.

Following our aims and the promotion of doctoral research developed across Scotland, we introduce you to our monthly revolving Featured Researcher:

OUR FEATURED RESEARCHER FOR NOVEMBER IS

PADDI ALICE BENSON

Paddi Alice Benson

Paddi was invited to take part in a residency placement at the Vittore Branca International Centre for the Study of Italian Culture with the Giorgio Cini Foundation in Venice, Italy. In December 2021, Paddi was awarded the SGSAH Visiting Doctoral Research Fund and she carried out a sequence of fieldworks as part of her PhD research. Her work is concerned with ‘(mis)navigating island topoi’. Click here or on the picture above to read more about Paddi’s research.