GUEST BLOGGER: SGSAH RESEARCH SHOWCASE 2016—KATIE FORRESTER

Katie Forrester is a third year PhD candidate in the field of design at Edinburgh College of Art, and one of the scholars whose research was featured at the Research Showcase at the SGSAH Summer School 2016. Katie’s practice involves designing handmade picture books based on folklore & symbol by using stencils & manual print methods. On … Continue reading GUEST BLOGGER: SGSAH RESEARCH SHOWCASE 2016—KATIE FORRESTER

GUEST BLOGGER: SGSAH THEORIES OF KNOWLEDGE LECTURE SERIES—DR STEPHEN GREER

Dr Stephen Greer, Lecturer in Theatre Practices at the University of Glasgow, was a featured lecturer for the SGSAH 2016 Theories of Knowledge Lecture Series, speaking on Performance and Performativity. He was gracious enough to provide us with a blog of additional new insights that supplement and expand upon his lecture. Thinking about gender as a performance can draw our attention … Continue reading GUEST BLOGGER: SGSAH THEORIES OF KNOWLEDGE LECTURE SERIES—DR STEPHEN GREER

GUEST BLOGGER: ZINE & HEARD—GETTING TO KNOW GLASGOW WOMEN’S LIBRARY ZINE COLLECTION

Zanne Domoney-Lyttle, a PhD candidate in Theology & Religious Studies at the University of Glasgow and 2015-2016 Hunterian Associate, speaks to her experience as a SGSAH Intern working with Zines at  the Glasgow Women's Library. For the previous 6 months, I have undertaken an internship funded the SGSAH at Glasgow Women’s Library, working closely with their zine … Continue reading GUEST BLOGGER: ZINE & HEARD—GETTING TO KNOW GLASGOW WOMEN’S LIBRARY ZINE COLLECTION

GUEST BLOGGER: FREEDOM TO STUDY ANTAGONISM AND RESISTENCE AT SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES

Mauro Di Lullo, a PhD student at the University of Stirling, reflects on his appreciation for the freedom to study in new, innovative, and even potentially controversial topics without boundaries in the Scottish doctoral community. In July 2012, I gratefully accepted a three-year scholarship from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities for my doctoral thesis on … Continue reading GUEST BLOGGER: FREEDOM TO STUDY ANTAGONISM AND RESISTENCE AT SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES