Becoming a Global Scholar: Event Recap and Advice on Internationalisation

| Vesna Curlic On June 17, SGSAH held an event entitled “Becoming a Global Scholar: A Workshop for Doctoral Students.” This event is part of SGSAH’s efforts to get doctoral researchers to think more internationally about their work and careers. “Becoming a Global Scholar” was aimed at any doctoral student who was interested in making … Continue reading Becoming a Global Scholar: Event Recap and Advice on Internationalisation

Workshopping Ethnographic Research Methods: A SGSAH Report

On 4th and 16th March 2021, Alastair Mackie and Amandine le Maire were involved in a Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities’ workshop for PhD students in arts and humanities disciplines on ethnographic research methods, organised by the University of Aberdeen and Heriot-Watt University. During the two online sessions, they introduced research methods that … Continue reading Workshopping Ethnographic Research Methods: A SGSAH Report

How to Be an International Scholar (Even While Staying Home)

In this guest post, University of Edinburgh PhD researcher Vesna Curlic explains the importance of internationalisation in our research and practice, and gives advice on how to apply a global mindset to our work. What does it mean to be an international researcher? This, like most questions that academics deal with, is a question that … Continue reading How to Be an International Scholar (Even While Staying Home)

Confronting Shadows: Mindful and Ethical Communication of Sensitive Content 

This blog post from Peter Tuka (University of Glasgow) summarizes the outcomes of the ‘Confronting Shadows: Mindful and Ethical Communication of Sensitive Content’ workshop that was held on 22nd November 2019 at St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art in Glasgow. The workshop was kindly supported by the Cohort Development Fund from SGSAH. ‘Confronting … Continue reading Confronting Shadows: Mindful and Ethical Communication of Sensitive Content 

Re-immersion into Spaces of Law: Reflecting on research, connections and seas of change

The elegant beauty of Golestan province, Iran. This week we have a guest post from Mika Schroder, a third year PhD student at the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance. Her key interests pertain to the recognition and safeguarding of community rights, knowledges and perspectives within decision-making processes. Her research explores the meaning and … Continue reading Re-immersion into Spaces of Law: Reflecting on research, connections and seas of change