Past research students in Gender History
- Hannah Telling, The legal regulation of male violence in Scotland, 1850-1914.
- Rebecca Mason, 'With Hir Gudis and Geir': married women negotiating the law of property in the courts of seventeenth-century Glasgow.
- Charlie Lynch, Scotland and the sexual revolution c. 1957-1975: religion, intimacy and popular culture
- Anne McShane, Bringing the revolution to the women of the East. The Zhenotdel experience in Soviet Central Asia through the lens of Kommunistka
- Emily Flaherty, The Women's Liberation Movement in Britain, 1968-1984: locality and organisation in feminist politics.
- Emma Jacobs, Independent men: radical manhood during the English Revolution.
- Roslyn Chapman, The history of the fine lace knitting industry in nineteenth and early twentieth century Shetland.
- Anne Gillingham, The taming of La Bourgeoise: bourgeois French women as gendered creators and consumers of art, décor, fashion and feminism during the Third French Republic, 1870-1914.
- Hanna Kilpi, Non-comital women of twelfth-century England: a charter based analysis.
- Catriona MacLeod, Women, work and enterprise in Glasgow, c.1740-1830.
- Jonathan Moss, Women, workplace militancy and political subjectivity in Britain, 1968-1985.
- Tanya Cheadle, Realizing a 'more than earthly paradise of love': Scotland's sexual progressives, 1880-1914.
- Amy Murphy, Reading the lives between the lines: lesbian literature and oral history in post-war Britain.