A Rage-Nosebleed and Thomas Becket’s Pants: Serendipity in Research

This week's guest blog comes from Christian Clarkson, who graduated with her PhD in December 2018; it was funded by the AHRC as part of a Collaborative Doctoral Partnership between the University of St Andrews and Historic Environment Scotland, and she is currently working for both organisations. Her research focussed on wider-precinct buildings in Scottish … Continue reading A Rage-Nosebleed and Thomas Becket’s Pants: Serendipity in Research

Guest Post: On residencies, and why you shouldn’t give into chronophobia, Pt. 2

Last week we published part 1 of Catherine Weir's experience of applying to an SGSAH artist-in-residence position. This week we're delighted to share part 2, that looks in detail at Catherine's time at RSPB Mersehead, with reflections on the benefits of being an artist in residence during your PhD.  Last April, Roseanne Watt (University of Stirling) and … Continue reading Guest Post: On residencies, and why you shouldn’t give into chronophobia, Pt. 2