Dr Andrew Struan

  • Writing and Study Skills Co-ordinator (Learning Enhancement & Academic Development Service)
  • Honorary Research Associate (English Language & Linguistics)

Publications

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Number of items: 31.

2018

Struan, A. (2018) The Academic Writing Skills Programme at Glasgow. ScotELAS Summer Conference, Glasgow, UK, 22 Jun 2018.

Struan, A. and Alexander, M. (2018) The Language and Sentiments of their Times: Teaching the Language of Eighteenth-Century Text. 49th American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, USA, 22-25 Mar 2018.

Struan, A. and Ramsay, S. (2018) Interdisciplinary Student-led Research Presentations and Articles: Let’s Talk About [X]. Applied Learning Conference 2018, Singapore, 25-26 Jan 2018.

2017

Alexander, M. and Struan, A. (2017) Digital Hansard: Politics and the Uncivil. In: Digital Humanities 2017, Montréal, QC, Canada, 08-11 Aug 2017, pp. 378-380.

Ramsay, S. W. and Struan, A. (2017) PhDs as Partners in Practice: Student Learning Development at Glasgow. RAISE 2017 – Perspectives on student engagement; looking forward… thinking back, Manchester, United Kingdom, 06-08 Sep 2017.

2016

Boyle, J. , Ramsay, S. and Struan, A. (2016) The University of Glasgow’s Writing Centre: a Model for Enabling Successful Student Transitions. Liverpool John Moores Learning and Teaching Conference 2016, Liverpool, UK, 15-16 Jun 2016.

Ramsay, S. W. and Struan, A. (2016) Talking About [X]. 13th Annual QAA Enhancement Themes Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 09 Jun 2016.

Ramsay, S. W. , Struan, A. and Boyle, J. (2016) The Writing Centre at the University of Glasgow. ScotELAS Summer Conference, Aberdeen, UK, 27 May 2016.

Ramsay, S. W. and Struan, A. (2016) Let’s Talk About [X]: Active Student Participation in Glasgow's Undergraduate Research Conference (and New Journal, [X]position). 9th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 12 Apr 2016.

2015

Ramsay, S. W. and Struan, A. (2015) Let’s Talk About [X] – An Undergraduate Research Conference. RAISE Conference 2015 – Student Engagement: Inspiring Innovation, Nottingham, UK, 10-11 Sep 2015.

Struan, A. and Ramsay, S. (2015) ‘Let’s talk about [X]’: undergraduates as disseminators of research? Higher Education Academy, 25 Aug.

Struan, A. (2015) "...the singular office of dispensing rude laws among uncivilized tribes”: Barbarians, Hansard and Parliament. British-Irish Parliamentary Reporters Association Annual Conference, London, UK, Jul 2015.

Struan, A. (2015) British Parliamentary history: an introduction. British Online Archives,

Struan, A. and Alexander, M. (2015) Civilisation and Civility: a Case History. Glasgow Historical Association, Glasgow, Scotland, 14 Feb 2015.

Struan, A. (2015) Randolph, John (1727-1784). In: Spencer, M. G. (ed.) The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of the American Enlightenment. Bloomsbury Academic: New York. ISBN 9780826479693

2013

Alexander, M. and Struan, A. (2013) 'In countries so unciviliz'd as those?': the language of incivility and the British experience of the world. In: Farr, M. and Guégan, X. (eds.) The British Abroad Since the Eighteenth Century, Volume 2: Experiencing Imperialism. Series: Britain and the world. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 232-249. ISBN 9781137304179 (doi:10.1057/9781137304186_13)

Struan, A. and Hosseini, D. (2013) Bridging the Gap Through Collaboration: a Discussion of the Commonalities between EFL and Student Learning Provision. Supporting Masters Dissertation and PhD Thesis Writing: Where EAP Meets Research Skills Training, Colchester, UK, 29 Jun 2013.

2011

Struan, A. (2011) Beyond Corpora: Enroller and the Parliamentary Discourse Project. Corpora Galore: Applications of Digital Corpora in Higher Education Contexts, Newcastle, UK, 31 May 2011.

Struan, A. (2011) Parliamentary Discourse: Hansard for Historians. 2nd Enroller Colloquium, Glasgow, UK, 25-26 Feb 2011.

2010

Struan, A. D. (2010) [Review of] Atlantic Families: Lives and Letters in the Later Eighteenth Century Sarah M.S. Pearsall. Kelvingrove Review(6), TKR6-4. [Book Review]

Struan, A. (2010) Parliament and the American Problem. David Library of the American Revolution Speaker Series, 15 Jul 2010.

Struan, A. (2010) “As From the Throne of Heaven”: American Connexions and the House of Commons in the 1760s. Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies Speaker Series, University of Virginia, VA, USA, 28 Jun 2010.

Struan, A. and Alexander, M. (2010) Historical Language and Cultural Identity. Bonds and Borders: Identity, Imagination, Transformation, Glasgow, UK, 04 Jun 2010.

Struan, A. and Alexander, M. (2010) Expressions of Civilisation and Colonisation in the Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary. From the Frand Tour to Mass Tourism: The Modern History of the British Abroad, Newcastle, UK, 01-02 Apr 2010.

Struan, A. (2010) “Ignorance Never Settles A Question”: British Politics and the American Problem in the 1760s. Scottish Association for the Study of America, Edinburgh, UK, 12-13 Mar 2010.

2009

Struan, A. (2009) “No More a Kingdom of this Island Only”: Thomas Pownall, Anthony Bacon and the British Atlantic World Before the American Revolution. Rethinking Africa and the Atlantic World: British Group in Early American History Annual Conference, Stirling, UK, 03-06 Sep 2009.

Struan, A. D. (2009) The very model of an early modern Major General: Thomas Gage and the British Atlantic World, 1763-1775. eSharp(13), pp. 69-89.

Struan, A. (2009) Factions, Parties, Independent Interests and Such Stuff: Societal Identities, Perceptions and Connexions in Thomas Pownall’s “Atlantic Federation”. Communicating Change: Weaving the Web into the Future, Glasgow, Scotland, 08-10 Jun 2009.

Struan, A. D. (2009) Soundings in Atlantic History: Latent Structures and Intellectual Currents, 1500-1830 Edited by Bernard Bailyn and Patricia L. Denault. Kelvingrove Review, 4, TKR4-5. [Book Review]

Struan, A. (2009) “That’s a Very Good Question...” the Postgraduate Experience of Teaching Outside the Dissertation Topic. Higher Education Academy Conference, Oxford University, UK, Apr 2009.

2007

Struan, A. (2007) The Very Model of an Early Modern Major-General: Thomas Gage, the Atlantic World and the American Revolution. R|Evolutions Mapping Culture, Community and Change, Glasgow, UK, 19-21 Oct 2007.

This list was generated on Tue Nov 13 02:48:24 2018 GMT.
Number of items: 31.

Articles

Struan, A. and Ramsay, S. (2015) ‘Let’s talk about [X]’: undergraduates as disseminators of research? Higher Education Academy, 25 Aug.

Struan, A. (2015) British Parliamentary history: an introduction. British Online Archives,

Struan, A. D. (2009) The very model of an early modern Major General: Thomas Gage and the British Atlantic World, 1763-1775. eSharp(13), pp. 69-89.

Book Sections

Struan, A. (2015) Randolph, John (1727-1784). In: Spencer, M. G. (ed.) The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of the American Enlightenment. Bloomsbury Academic: New York. ISBN 9780826479693

Alexander, M. and Struan, A. (2013) 'In countries so unciviliz'd as those?': the language of incivility and the British experience of the world. In: Farr, M. and Guégan, X. (eds.) The British Abroad Since the Eighteenth Century, Volume 2: Experiencing Imperialism. Series: Britain and the world. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 232-249. ISBN 9781137304179 (doi:10.1057/9781137304186_13)

Book Reviews

Struan, A. D. (2010) [Review of] Atlantic Families: Lives and Letters in the Later Eighteenth Century Sarah M.S. Pearsall. Kelvingrove Review(6), TKR6-4. [Book Review]

Struan, A. D. (2009) Soundings in Atlantic History: Latent Structures and Intellectual Currents, 1500-1830 Edited by Bernard Bailyn and Patricia L. Denault. Kelvingrove Review, 4, TKR4-5. [Book Review]

Conference or Workshop Item

Struan, A. (2018) The Academic Writing Skills Programme at Glasgow. ScotELAS Summer Conference, Glasgow, UK, 22 Jun 2018.

Struan, A. and Alexander, M. (2018) The Language and Sentiments of their Times: Teaching the Language of Eighteenth-Century Text. 49th American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, USA, 22-25 Mar 2018.

Struan, A. and Ramsay, S. (2018) Interdisciplinary Student-led Research Presentations and Articles: Let’s Talk About [X]. Applied Learning Conference 2018, Singapore, 25-26 Jan 2018.

Ramsay, S. W. and Struan, A. (2017) PhDs as Partners in Practice: Student Learning Development at Glasgow. RAISE 2017 – Perspectives on student engagement; looking forward… thinking back, Manchester, United Kingdom, 06-08 Sep 2017.

Boyle, J. , Ramsay, S. and Struan, A. (2016) The University of Glasgow’s Writing Centre: a Model for Enabling Successful Student Transitions. Liverpool John Moores Learning and Teaching Conference 2016, Liverpool, UK, 15-16 Jun 2016.

Ramsay, S. W. and Struan, A. (2016) Talking About [X]. 13th Annual QAA Enhancement Themes Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 09 Jun 2016.

Ramsay, S. W. , Struan, A. and Boyle, J. (2016) The Writing Centre at the University of Glasgow. ScotELAS Summer Conference, Aberdeen, UK, 27 May 2016.

Ramsay, S. W. and Struan, A. (2016) Let’s Talk About [X]: Active Student Participation in Glasgow's Undergraduate Research Conference (and New Journal, [X]position). 9th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 12 Apr 2016.

Ramsay, S. W. and Struan, A. (2015) Let’s Talk About [X] – An Undergraduate Research Conference. RAISE Conference 2015 – Student Engagement: Inspiring Innovation, Nottingham, UK, 10-11 Sep 2015.

Struan, A. (2015) "...the singular office of dispensing rude laws among uncivilized tribes”: Barbarians, Hansard and Parliament. British-Irish Parliamentary Reporters Association Annual Conference, London, UK, Jul 2015.

Struan, A. and Alexander, M. (2015) Civilisation and Civility: a Case History. Glasgow Historical Association, Glasgow, Scotland, 14 Feb 2015.

Struan, A. and Hosseini, D. (2013) Bridging the Gap Through Collaboration: a Discussion of the Commonalities between EFL and Student Learning Provision. Supporting Masters Dissertation and PhD Thesis Writing: Where EAP Meets Research Skills Training, Colchester, UK, 29 Jun 2013.

Struan, A. (2011) Beyond Corpora: Enroller and the Parliamentary Discourse Project. Corpora Galore: Applications of Digital Corpora in Higher Education Contexts, Newcastle, UK, 31 May 2011.

Struan, A. (2011) Parliamentary Discourse: Hansard for Historians. 2nd Enroller Colloquium, Glasgow, UK, 25-26 Feb 2011.

Struan, A. (2010) Parliament and the American Problem. David Library of the American Revolution Speaker Series, 15 Jul 2010.

Struan, A. (2010) “As From the Throne of Heaven”: American Connexions and the House of Commons in the 1760s. Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies Speaker Series, University of Virginia, VA, USA, 28 Jun 2010.

Struan, A. and Alexander, M. (2010) Historical Language and Cultural Identity. Bonds and Borders: Identity, Imagination, Transformation, Glasgow, UK, 04 Jun 2010.

Struan, A. and Alexander, M. (2010) Expressions of Civilisation and Colonisation in the Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary. From the Frand Tour to Mass Tourism: The Modern History of the British Abroad, Newcastle, UK, 01-02 Apr 2010.

Struan, A. (2010) “Ignorance Never Settles A Question”: British Politics and the American Problem in the 1760s. Scottish Association for the Study of America, Edinburgh, UK, 12-13 Mar 2010.

Struan, A. (2009) “No More a Kingdom of this Island Only”: Thomas Pownall, Anthony Bacon and the British Atlantic World Before the American Revolution. Rethinking Africa and the Atlantic World: British Group in Early American History Annual Conference, Stirling, UK, 03-06 Sep 2009.

Struan, A. (2009) Factions, Parties, Independent Interests and Such Stuff: Societal Identities, Perceptions and Connexions in Thomas Pownall’s “Atlantic Federation”. Communicating Change: Weaving the Web into the Future, Glasgow, Scotland, 08-10 Jun 2009.

Struan, A. (2009) “That’s a Very Good Question...” the Postgraduate Experience of Teaching Outside the Dissertation Topic. Higher Education Academy Conference, Oxford University, UK, Apr 2009.

Struan, A. (2007) The Very Model of an Early Modern Major-General: Thomas Gage, the Atlantic World and the American Revolution. R|Evolutions Mapping Culture, Community and Change, Glasgow, UK, 19-21 Oct 2007.

Conference Proceedings

Alexander, M. and Struan, A. (2017) Digital Hansard: Politics and the Uncivil. In: Digital Humanities 2017, Montréal, QC, Canada, 08-11 Aug 2017, pp. 378-380.

This list was generated on Tue Nov 13 02:48:24 2018 GMT.