In this series we interview PhD researchers across the arts and humanities in Scotland, and throughout the month of March we're putting a special focus on women-identifying researchers. In this post, we hear from Adriana Alcaraz-Sánchez, who is a PhD researcher at the University of Glasgow. What year are you in, and at what school? … Continue reading 5 Minutes With… Adriana Alcaraz-Sánchez
Doing Philosophy in Public
Claire Field (@fieldclaire) and Ethan Landes are PhD students in Philosophy on the University of St Andrews and University of Stirling joint programme. This workshop series was made possible by funding from SGSAH. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/publicphilnetwork/ It’s never been a better time to be a philosopher. At least, a cursory glance at a newspaper provides a cornucopia … Continue reading Doing Philosophy in Public
Reasonable Expectations and Re-Offending: Lessons from the Criminal Justice System.
Claire Field is a PhD student in Philosophy at the University of St Andrews, where she is a member of both the Arché and CEPPA research centres. She is supported by a SGSAH Doctoral Studentship, and her internship with Theatre Nemo was made possible by additional funding from SGSAH. For more information about her work … Continue reading Reasonable Expectations and Re-Offending: Lessons from the Criminal Justice System.
Learning the Russian Tongue
This guest blog comes from Poppy Mankowitz, who is a fourth year PhD student in Philosophy at the University of St Andrews. Poppy’s research centres on the meanings of words used to talk about quantities (e.g. ‘the’, ‘a’, ‘some’, ‘three’, ‘every’, etc.), and the effect of contextual factors on the interpretation of these words. For … Continue reading Learning the Russian Tongue