Current research students

Current research students

  • Nicole Cassie (History)
  • Felicity Cawley (Social and Political Sciences): The effect of parental marital status and family form on experiences of childhood in 20th century Scotland
  • Rachel Cheng (History): “Something Most Vital”: The Kindred of the Kibbo Kift and the Woodcraft Folk, 1910-1929
  • Lin Cunningham (History): Mechanizing the Needle: The Development of the Industrial Sewing Machine and its Impact on Objects and Livelihoods
  • Emily Flaherty (History): The Women's Liberation Movement and the Question of Class
  • Susan Gardiner (Economic and Social Hitory): The history of antibiotic, antibiotic resistance and hospital infection control in Scottish hospitals c.1930-70
  • Jade Halbert (History): Marion Donaldson: Fashioning a Phenomenon in Post-War Glasgow
  • Mary Jacobs (History): Radical manhood and the English Revolution
  • Hanna I Kilpi (History): The role of lesser aristocratic women in twelfth-century England
  • Charlie Lynch (History)
  • Rebecca Mason (History): Married Women and the Law in Scotland, 1600-1750
  • Yvonne McFadden (History): Creating a Modern Home: Modernity, Gender and Culture in Suburban Glasgow, 1945-1975
  • Anne McShane (Politics): Liberation or Subjugation: The impact of the Zhenotdel (Women’s Bureau) of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union on the Unveiling Campaign of the 1920s – a consideration of key debates
  • Mona O'Brien (History): Social and Emotional History of Syphilis in the Early Modern Period
  • Hannah Telling (History): Male Violence and Masculinity in Nineteenth-Century Scotland
  • Ruth Turner (History): Clydebank and the Singer Factory
  • Jennifer Wartnaby (History/University of Stirling/Glasgow Women's Library): Archiving and Historicising the Feminist Anti-Violence Movement in Scotland from the 1970s until 2014)

If you are interested in applying to study for a taught Masters or Research degree in gender history and wish to find out more, please contact Dr Donald Spaeth (taught Masters) or for a research degree the member of staff¬†you would wish to work with. See our how to apply page for more information.