- Our Heritage, Our Stories: Linking and searching community-generated digital content to develop the people's national collection; Arts & Humanities Research Council, £2.9m (2021-24)
- Galloway Hoard; Arts & Humanities Research Council, £328k (2021-24)
- Minority languages in urban space - rethinking language revitalisation in the 21st century; Leverhulme Trust, £59k (2021-23).
- GEP Analysis: Assessing, Understanding and modelling the impact of gender equity policies (GEP) in the film industry; ESRC, £488k (2021-23)
- Walking Publics/Walking Arts: walking, wellbeing and community during Covid-19; AHRC, £288k (2021-23)
- The Bibliography of Scottish Literature in Translation (BIOSLIT): Creating Digital Futures & Networks; The Royal Society of Edinburgh, £20k (2021-23)
- Rethinking Early Recordings as Sources of Music and Performance History; AHRC, £33k (2021-2023)
- Live Art in Scotland; AHRC, £161K (2021-22)
- Cinema Memory and the Digital Archives; AHRC, £77k, (2020-22)
- The Viking Axis: York and Dublin; AHRC, £34k (2020-22)
- Iona Namescape Project; AHRC, £750k (2020-23).
- Books and Borrowing 1750-1830: An Analysis of Scottish Borrowers' Registers; AHRC, £342K (2020-23)
- reCreating Europe; European Commission, £365k (2020-22).
- Libraries, Reading Communities and Cultural Formation in the Eighteen Century; AHRC, £38k (2019-22)
- Fleece to Fashion: Economies and Cultures of Craft in Scotland - Knitted Textiles c.1780-present; AHRC, £693k (2019-22)
- Centre of Excellence for Policy and Evidence in the Creative Industries (PEC); AHRC, £610k (2019-24)
- A living tradition: Expanding engagement with Pacific barkcloth; AHRC, £75k (2019)
- Taking Digital Creativity to Regional Museums: Enabling 'smart commissioning by regional museums through the development of an immersive experience design toolkit; AHRC, £32k (2019)
- Television production in transition: independence, scale and sustainability; ESRC, £865K (2017-20)
- Negotiating needletime: the Musicians' Union, the BBC and the record companies, c. 1920-1990. Social History (2016)
- Collections: An Enlightenment Pedagogy for the 21st Century; Leverhulme Trust, £1M (2015-18)
- Editing Robert Burns for the 21st Century; AHRC, £2M (2011 and 2016)