Postgraduate research students

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  • Adams Christopher (Music)
    Content and creation: The globally local role of the unsigned act.
  • Al-Ali Wafa Khalfan Rashid Burenqain (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Local News Management in the Digital Era
  • Allan Robert (Music)
    Mapping the Scottish Music Industry
  • Atkinson Justine (Film & TV Studies)
    Representation Matters: On- and off-screen diversity within African cinema exhibition in the UK
  • Bailey Lucy (History ofArt)
    Walter Fawkes 1769-1825: A Patron of the Arts
  • Bale Tiffany (Media and Cultural Pol)
    Gender, Participation and Inequality in the UK’s film & TV costume workforce
  • Bambrough Mark (History ofArt)
    Henry Gyles, glass painter and the development of the glass transfer print
  • Barok Andrea (Theatre Studies)
    Physical Theatre and its route to Hungarian theatres
  • Barron Richard (Music)
    Setting Scots Poetry
  • Beshr Hany (Film & TV Studies)
    Foreign policy in British political docudrama filmmaking (1991-2011)
  • Bin Mohamad Affendi Muhammad Amin (Film & TV Studies)
    Nationalism and multiculturalism in Malaysian Cinema
  • Bols Ingrid (Music)
    Programming choices and national culture. The case of French and British symphony orchestras.
  • Booth David (Media and Cultural Policy)
    The New Global Sports Playing Field in the digital era
  • Broome Cherie (Music)
    Notated Ornamentation and Rhetorical Figures and Devices
  • Bull Andrew (Music)
    The Music of the Scottish Church in the 13th and 14th Centuries
  • Butucea Vlad (Theatre Studies)
    Theatrical Technologies: Challenging Gender and Sexuality in Theatre
  • Cáceres Luz (Theatre Studies)
    'Verbatim theatre: Advancing testimonial justice and inclusive deliberation in Mexico, Guatemala and El Salvador'
  • Cameron Marie-Claire (History ofArt)
    Keltie's Kelp in a Post-Brexit Britain
  • Carey Richard (Music)
    Circling the Square: A practice-based interrogation of the phenomenological language of audiovisual music
  • Cattigan Stephanie (Media and Cultural Policy)
    The Leverhulme Trust Collections Scholarships: Promoting the Nation: Scotland's Industrial Films
  • Chandler Alex (Film & TV Studies)
    Testing the limits of the ‘hard man’ in film: masculinity and male health behaviour in Scotland’s public health films 1934-2000
  • Chavale Areti (History ofArt)
    Artists' Resale Right and the Art Market: Evidence from British Art Auctions
  • Che Hassan Abdul Hadi Bin (Media and Cultural Policy)
    The influence of mobile communications and second screen phenomena on Malaysian society.
  • Cleaver Jonathan (History ofArt)
    Technical innovation and the development of carpet design in the Stoddard Templeton archives.
  • Clive Rachel (Theatre Studies)
    Geodiversity and human difference: disability, landscape form and process
  • Costantini Rosa (History ofArt)
    From the Golden Age to the Digital Age: Modelling and Monitoring Historic Tapestries
  • Cowan Isla (Theatre Studies)
    Ecological Consciousness in Contemporary Scottish Theatre
  • Daniels-Yeomans Finn (Film & TV Studies)
    Beyond Representation: Documenting Traumas of the World Ecology
  • Ehlinger Arthur (Music)
    Live Music Streaming and the Contemporary Music Industries
  • Findlay Jack (Music)
    John Field and the influence Russian music culture had on his compositions.
  • Flynn Adam (History ofArt)
    Convincing Fictions: Visual Representations of Monstrosity in Late Medieval and Early Modern Northern European Art
  • Fung Helena (History ofArt)
    From East to West and Back Again: A critical review of the cross-cultural consumption, collecting and historiography of Chinese ‘classic’ furniture from the Ming and early Qing dynasties.
  • Fyfe Andrew (Music)
    Adaptive Tools in Immersive Digital Music Performance
  • Fyfe Chloe (History ofArt)
    The impact of the freeport system on the art market
  • Gabriel Robert (Film & TV Studies)
    Socio-Economic Ideology in Contemporary ‘Tween’ Television Programming
  • Gates Samuel (Theatre Studies)
    Robert Johnson, William Shakespeare and The Tempest: Song in a Culture of Change
  • Gilbert Ruth (Film & TV Studies)
    'The archive as a transformative force in contemporary non-fiction film'
  • Gillies Olga (History ofArt)
    Analysis of the ethics of discourse used around the restitution of the colonial era objects from the Hancock Museum.
  • Green Carol (History ofArt)
    Collecting Modern Art in the Nazi Germany: An Examination of the Collection of Kurt Feldhäusser 1930-1950
  • Gron Helene (Theatre Studies)
    Migration and Home/lessness: Playwriting in a Globalised World
  • Haag Manon (Film & TV Studies)
    Screen Tourism as Heritage Tourism
  • Hadi Aulia (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Football as Citizen Media? A Communication Perspective on the Variation of Digital Urban Football Fandom in the Post-New Order Indonesia
  • Hart Katie (Theatre Studies)
    Politics, Theatre and National Identity: Scottish Women 1997-2017
  • Henderson Jordan (Music)
    An Investigation Towards a Compositional Framework
  • Hill Katrina (History ofArt)
    Complicated Objects: Chinese Imperial Artefacts in Victorian Britain
  • Holdsworth Quinn Ashley (Music)
    The Critical Reception of Russian and Musicians in Scotland 1914 - 1924
  • Holton Simon (Theatre Studies)
    Artist Collectives and Collective Art Practices in UK Live Art in the Years of Austerity Politics (2010-2018)
  • Hong Ju-Lee (Music)
    Musical diplomacy: Isang Yun’s music in the context of the Cold War
  • Hope Teddin (Film & TV Studies)
    Growing sideways through the screen
  • Hughes Alicia (History ofArt)
    Dissecting and Drawing: Picturing the Body in William Hunter’s collection of Anatomical Illustrations
  • Irretier Juliette (Film & TV Studies)
    Going to a Better Place - A Transnational Analysis of Film-Induced Travel from Germany to Scotland
  • Jan Oli (Music)
    Experimental Music Theatre and Embodied Cognition
  • Jardine Dylan (Music)
    The Work-Concept Revisited
  • Jarvis Andrew (Film & TV Studies)
    British Cinema, Neoliberalism and the Poetics of Crisis
  • Jenkins Abigail (Film & TV Studies)
    The Big Picture: Fat Women in Film and Television
  • Kamza Assel (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Nation Branding: a Kazakhstan case study
  • Kealy Oisin (Film & TV Studies)
    Human Rights Film Festivals in the Global South
  • King Rose (History ofArt)
    Women in Venetian Renaissance Painting from Giorgione to Tintoretto: Gender, Archetypes, Tradition and Style 
  • Kirton Jon-Luke (Music)
    Investigating the other and the self, a phenomenological approach to pianist's lived experience of techniques in George Crumb's Makrokosmos I&II for amplified piano
  • Knotts Jennifer (Theatre Studies)
    Play/writing histories: Navigating the Personal, Public and Institutional stories of theatre space: An Architextural study of the Citizens Theatre.
  • Kovacs Nicole (Theatre Studies)
    “The phenomenal moment: A study in the phenomenological interaction between actor, audience imagination, and space; explored through a methodology of Meisner technique and reinterpreting Kabuki theatre aesthetics”
  • Kubicka Hanna Karolina (Film & TV Studies)
    Seeing Yourself in Film and Television Characters: Identification as Fiction’s Connection to Real Life
  • Leomo Kevin (Music)
    Portfolio of Compositions: A practice-based investigation of cross-cultural composition
  • LI ERJIA (History ofArt)
    The Study on Cliff Carving Calligraphy in the Late Northern Dynasties (The Northern Qi Dynasty (550-577) & the Northern Zhou Dynasty (557-581))
  • LI SIQI (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Value of British Chinese-language Media in Social Media
  • Linster Lisi (History ofArt)
    Receiving the Body: How is the reception of twenty-first century encounters with the human form shaped by intervisual references to medieval representations of the exposed body?
  • Lyon Carter Elizabeth (History ofArt)
    Spanish Golden Age Art Theory in Practice_A case study of Vicente Carducho’s Self Portrait in the collection of Sir William Stirling Maxwell
  • Lyon Rachel (History ofArt)
    'Imitatio as method: reading, writing and the un-becoming of the mystic self'
  • Macleod Jenny (History of Art)
    Scottish Printmakers During the Etching Revival
  • Mailley-Watt Karen (History ofArt)
    Glasgow Girls Revisited: Designing, Making and Exhibiting Women's Industrial Design of the Gilded Age
  • Mango Carolyn (Film & TV Studies)
    Presence of African Women in the Screen Industry. A Case Study of Kenyan Women in the Screen Industry.
  • Mann Bill (Music)
    Arrival of Italian opera in London early 18C
  • Maxwell Christopher (History ofArt)
    A Delicate Legacy: Understanding World War II Era Provenance at the Corning Museum of Glass
  • McCluskey Ann (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Where Cultural Nationalism Meet Broadcasting Politics: Scottish Arts Programming and the Values of the Public Sphere.
  • McIntyre John (Film & TV Studies)
    Posthuman Authorship: Authorial Agency, Machine Creativity, and the Role of Technology in Digital Media Production
  • Midtgard Julia (Theatre Studies)
    Towards neo-mimesis: challenging binaries of mimetic practic
  • Minu Adriana (Music)
    Composing with the senses: Working with musicians to express
  • Muryn Wiktoria (History of Art)
    Inside and beyond the Visitation – community, motherhood and devotion in late medieval German convents
  • Ngai Kate (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Embracing the Small Screen: How individuals become involved, engaged and immersed in fiction television series
  • O'Neill Erica (History ofArt)
    Tristan Tzara: Avant-Garde Performance and Exhibition Practice and the Emergence of the Performance/Theatre Dialectic.
  • Orleans Elzbieta (Music)
    Apparition: The Adaptation of Archival Image and The Doctrine of Moral Rights in a Post-Digital Aesthetic
  • Ouyang Jingmei (Film & TV Studies)
    Representations of China in Transnational Documentary Cinema
  • Oweis Zein Almaha Rami Wahdan (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Facebook social engagement shaping perceptions on disability
  • Pattie Ruairidh (Music)
    Private and Public: Lieder in Clara Schumann’s circle
  • Peng Yun (Film & TV Studies)
    Role of Gender: how does the eSports culture influence females' participation in eSports
  • Persson Disa (History ofArt)
    'The Avant-Garde Journal Documents (1929-1930) and its French Context'
  • Pinna Daniele (History ofArt)
    Venetian Art and Counter-Reformation
  • Pintado Zurita Mariana (Film & TV Studies)
    Film and Television Temporality
  • Pollick Johanna (History ofArt)
    The motif of the wound as a well in art, literature and devotional practice in late medieval England
  • Quercetti Ferruccio (Music)
    The Great Italian Mistake First wave punk in Italy between 1977 and 1980
  • Rao Qinghong (History ofArt)
    Rivers and Mountains: a Research about British and Chinese Landscape Painting
  • Ritchie Andrea (Music)
    The Relationship between the Music of Film and Filmic Representations of Reality
  • Rossi Maria (History ofArt)
  • Rozsa Laszlo (Music)
    The Art of Musical Conversation: Behavioural Attitudes in the Performance Practice of Italian Music from c. 1580-1640.
  • Sánchez Villavicencio Daniel (History ofArt)
    Understanding Flexible Painted Textiles through the Characterisation of Glasgow Museums’ George Kenning’s Banners
  • Scott Calum Collinson (Music)
    Computer mediated physicality in Sound Art practice
  • Sharpe Sarah (History of Art)
    Raphael’s Impact on Venetian Painting and the Rise of the Empathic image
  • Shutt Helen (Theatre Studies)
    Play/writing Participation: Textual techniques employed by the playwright to create space for audience participation and co-authorship in performance
  • Stutter Joshua (Music)
    A modern study of Thirteenth–century Organa and Motet
    The guitar performance practice during the second and third decades of twentieth century in Spain, focusing at the musical output of Generacion del '27
  • Talbot Samantha (Music)
    No Fixed Abode: The Album and Beyond
  • Thomson Joshua (Music)
    Music Migration: British jazz
  • Tuka Peter (History ofArt)
    Avant-Garde and Post-War Totalitarianism: Július Koller and Conceptual Art under Communism
  • Wagner Alessio (Music)
    Portfolio of Compositions
  • Wang Linfeng (Music)
    Exploring the Localisation of Jazz Music in Mainland China: From the Perspectives
  • Wang Xiaodi (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Implications of Digital Convergence for Television
  • Watson Lauren (Film & TV Studies)
    Boundaries of an Archive: The Time-Space of Video Game Fan-Preservation and Piracy
  • Wei Xing (Media and Cultural Policy)
    The Convergence of Traditional TV Media and Social Media: An Empirical Case Study in China
  • White Jonathan (Theatre Studies)
    Investigating Concepts of Presence Through Uses of the Recorded Voice Onstage.
  • Whitehead Simon (Theatre Studies)
    Drifting together in the Anthropocene
  • Wilkinson Tom (Music)
    Is J. S. Bach a compositional theorist?
  • Wilson Francis Marion Moseley (Theatre Studies)
    (Un)Sanitizing Death as Process: Bodies and Boundaries through Performing Taxidermy
  • Wu Jun (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Multiplatform Strategies in China
  • WU YUE (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Second screen in China: football viewing experience and Sina Weibo
  • Wu Yunong (History ofArt)
    Global Transformation and Regional Reception: Collecting Practice of Mounted Chinese Porcelain in 19th-Century Britain
  • Yekti Bharoto (Film & TV Studies)
    Redefining Animation through the Perception of Visually Impaired Persons (VIP)
  • Zeng Jing (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Production and Distribution of Original Web Series on Chinese Video Websites: Patterns and Benefits
  • Zhao Haoyang (History ofArt)
    Collecting objects from the Summer Palace in the mid-late 19th century British collections, the transformation of identities, receptions and outcomes.
  • Zhou Yu (Film & TV Studies)
    Reminding the history of pain: A comparative study between films about the Nanking Massacre and the Holocaust
  • Zhu Yanling (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Managing Local Cultural Programmes during Economic and Policy Changes