Previous Featured Researchers

Meet our previous featured researchers and explore their research projects in more detail.

Alana McPake

‘Make-do and mend’ to ‘Reduce, reuse, recycle’: Attitudes towards clothing production and consumption in postwar Britain. (University of Glasgow | AHRC DTP)

Anna McEwan

Gendered citizenship and women’s relationship to systems of social care: Investigating the GDR’s Frauenparadies, 1971-1990 (University of Glasgow | AHRC DTP)

Catriona Schofield

The Literature House in the Digital Age: New Directions for Literary Heritage. (University of Edinburgh & Edinburgh Napier University | AHRC DTP)

Hanneke Booij

Investigating resilience, sustainability, and creative futures for small heritage organisations with a social purpose (University of Stirling & Glasgow Building Preservation Trust | AHRC DTP)

James Barrowman

Counterfooting the Conjuring of a Ghaist: James Wedderburn’s Lost Plays (University of Dundee | AHRC DTP)

Levi Sean Tippett

Sound Archives for Football Memories: Exploring Innovations in the use of the Scottish Football Museum Archive for Older People (University of Stirling | AHRC DTP)

Lori Delaney

Performing Breast Cancer Stories: Disrupting Narratives and Constructing Selves. (University of Glasgow | AHRC DTP)

Marissa Clarke

Sensing Yoga Bodies: A Phenomenological-Ethnographic Inquiry (University of Edinburgh | AHRC DTP)

Paddi Alice Benson

Residency (Mis)navigating island Topoi (Vittore Branca International Centre for the Study of Italian Culture with the Giorgio Cini Foundation, Venice | SGSAH Visiting Doctoral Research Fund)

Sam Cheney

“Sounds Exotic”: British Perceptions and Representations of Chinese Musicality, 1860 – 1939 (University of Edinburgh | AHRC DTP)

Steven Harvie

“I really like to mutilate the margins”: Behind the Scenes of Writing and Publishing in the Muriel Spark Archive (University of Glasgow | AHRC DTP)

Tullia Fraser

Shaping Taste, Building Knowledge: Collecting China in Scotland in the Early Twentieth Century (University of Glasgow | AHRC DTP)