Photo-journal of a Doctoral Internship

Allyson Keehan is a PhD Candidate in Fine Art Painting at Glasgow School of Art. From January to June 2018, she completed a Doctoral Internship supported by SGSAH as a Programme Researcher at Hospitalfield. | w: www.allysonkeehan.com | t: allysonkeehan We are always seeking new guest bloggers! If you have an idea for a blog post or would like to informally discuss writing … Continue reading Photo-journal of a Doctoral Internship

Report of SGSAH funded research trip to Poland

Zuzanna Dominiak is a PhD candidate at Dundee and is currently undertaking research on the topic of Exhibiting Comics: Applying Creative and Technological Solutions to the Problems of Displaying Comic Art in Museums, Galleries and Visitor Attractions. Zuzanna also creates comics, which you will read more about in the post below. In April 2018 I … Continue reading Report of SGSAH funded research trip to Poland

SGSAH STUDENT DEVELOPMENT FUND: (RE)COLLECTING YUGOSLAVIA’S PAST IN LJUBLJANA AND BELGRADE, 10TH-25TH MAY 2018

Stefana Djokic is a first year History of Art PhD candidate at the University of Edinburgh. Her PhD focuses on the role of art in US-Yugoslav relations during the Cold War, examining to what extent exhibitions of post-war US art in Yugoslavia were diplomatic tools, aimed at strengthening US-Yugoslav relations and transferring US cultural and … Continue reading SGSAH STUDENT DEVELOPMENT FUND: (RE)COLLECTING YUGOSLAVIA’S PAST IN LJUBLJANA AND BELGRADE, 10TH-25TH MAY 2018

LINGUISTIC DATA COLLECTION: A FIELDTRIP AMIDST GREEK-SPEAKING CHILDREN

This guest blog post is by Katerina Pantoula, a Year 2 PhD candidate in Linguistics and English Language at the University of Edinburgh. Her research focuses on the processing of complex syntactic structures by bilingual children who speak English and Greek residing in the Scottish Lowlands, from which she collects primary linguistic data. Having received funding … Continue reading LINGUISTIC DATA COLLECTION: A FIELDTRIP AMIDST GREEK-SPEAKING CHILDREN

Researcher in Residence at Cove Park: Beauty and peace on Loch Long

Cassice is a Doctoral Researcher at the University of St Andrews and her work focuses upon the contemporary American survival film. Last year she taught Key Concepts in Film Studies and she currently teaches Film Theory, Culture and Entertainment.   I spent the week 19th to the 26th March at Cove Park as the SGSAH researcher in residence. … Continue reading Researcher in Residence at Cove Park: Beauty and peace on Loch Long