Current and recently completed postgraduate students and their projects include:
- Iain MacDonald (History), 'The Church in the Highlands in the Late Middle Ages'
- Janet MacDonald (Celtic/History), 'Iona's Local Associations in Argyll and the Isles, 1203-1561'
- Paul Maloney (Theatre, Film and Television Studies), 'Urban popular culture in relation to the Britannia Music Hall'
- Richard Marsden (History), ‘The medieval foundations of Scottish identity in the 19th century’
- Eileen O’Sullivan (History) , ‘The resolution of disputes and the origins Scottish common law, c.1115-1230’
- Oliver O’Grady (History), ‘Medieval social landscapes: the assembly mounds of Scotland’
- Kimm Perkins-Curran (History), ‘Medieval religious women and their communities in Scotland’
- Rebecca Robinson (Theatre, Film and Television Studies): Putting the nation into the "National": an exploration and evaluation of how the National Theatre of Scotland interprets and implements its "national" remit, 2004-2008
- Mhairi-Claire Semple (History), ‘Social organisation in Scotland’s east midlands in the twelfth century, with special reference to ecclesiastical architecture’
- Joyce Steele (History), ‘A new approach to the use of antiquarian sources in the investigation of medieval local society in the absence of documentary evidence, with special reference to the First and Second Statistical Account’
- Akihiro Takamori (History), ‘Authority and networks of major churches in the archdeaconry of Glasgow'