Postgraduate research students

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  • Adams Christopher (Music)
    Content and creation: The globally local role of the unsigned act.
  • Ahmad Normahfuzah (Media and Cultural Policy)
    24-hour News Stations and Multifarious Challenges: Balancing Quality Journalism vs Audience Needs in Contemporary Media Milieu.
  • Al Abri Abdul Nasser Ahmed Abdullah (Media and Cultural Policy)
    War reporting and military media management strategies in modern warfare.
  • Al-Ali Wafa Khalfan Rashid Burenqain (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Local News Management in the Digital Era
  • Asomatos Christos (History ofArt)
  • 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
  • Bambrough Mark (History ofArt)
    Henry Gyles, glass painter and the development of the glass transfer print
  • Barron Richard (Music)
    Setting Scots Poetry
  • Bayley Christopher (Music)
  • 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.
  • Brennan Mhairi (Film & TV Studies)
    Archiving the Referendum: The Scottish Independence Referendum 2014 and the BBC Scotland Television Archive
  • Buddle Tessa (Theatre Studies)
    Utopia on Tour: exploring a contingent dramaturgy of utopia in contemporary touring theatre
  • 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
  • Carey Richard (Music)
    Circling the Square: A practice-based interrogation of the phenomenological language of audiovisual music
  • Castle Kerr (Film & TV Studies)
    Comfort TV - theorising the everyday use of TV as an apparatus for therapeutic reward, the restoration of identity, and other affects.
  • 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
  • Colta Alexandra (Film & TV Studies)
    Human Rights Film Festivals: Politics, Programmes and Practices
  • Costantini Rosa (History ofArt)
    From the Golden Age to the Digital Age: Modelling and Monitoring Historic Tapestries
  • Daniels-Yeomans Finn (Film & TV Studies)
    Beyond Representation: Documenting Traumas of the World Ecology
  • Dodds Joshua (Theatre Studies)
    Dreamland '64: A Music Theatre Reappraisal of the Socio-Poli
  • Dowle Luke (History ofArt)
    The evolution of the Sketching Society (1799-1851) and its influence within early 19th Century British Art.
  • Dyson-moss Gillian Elizabeth (Theatre Studies)
    Is there a contemporary feminist uncanny? An investigation into the relationship between object and performer in solo performance art.
  • 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
  • Gabriel Robert (Film & TV Studies)
    Socio-Economic Ideology in Contemporary ‘Tween’ Television Programming
  • Gates Samuel (Theatre Studies)
    Shakespeare, Johnson and The Tempest: The Significance of the Ariel Songs
  • Gilbert Ruth (Film & TV Studies)
    Representing Minor Histories: Contemporary Womens Filmmaking and the Archive.
  • Gillies Olga (History ofArt)
    Cultural identity through economic expansion: the effect of a contemporary art market on a national cultural capital
  • Gron Helene (Theatre Studies)
    Migration and Home/lessness: Playwriting in a Globalised World
  • Haag Manon (Film & TV Studies)
    Screen Tourism as Heritage Tourism
  • Hart Katie (Theatre Studies)
    Politics, Theatre and National Identity: Scottish Women 1997-2017
  • Hill Katrina (History ofArt)
    Complicated Objects: Chinese Imperial Artefacts in Victorian Britain
  • 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
  • Hu Qiao (History ofArt)
    Materiality, Visuality, and Spatiality of Incense Culture in Ming Dynasty China
  • 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
  • Kamleitner Katharina (Film & TV Studies)
    Negotiating Women’s Film Festivals on the Festival Circuit – Theory and Practice
  • Kamza Assel (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Nation Branding: a Kazakhstan case study
  • Karmy Bolton Eileen Andrea (Music)
    The working lives of the organised musicians in Valparaiso (Chile).
  • Kealy Oisin (Film & TV Studies)
    Human Rights Film Festivals in the Global South
  • Kielich Gabrielle (Culture & Creative Arts)
    The Social Worlds and Workplace Culture of Roadies (working title)
  • 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
  • Lee David George (Music)
    Works in Progress: Vocation, Labour, The Act of Musical Composition and Early Modern Lutheranism
  • Leomo Kevin (Music)
    Portfolio of Compositions: A practice-based investigation of cross-cultural composition
  • 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)
    Theory and practice of Spanish Golden Age art in Sir William Stirling Maxwells collection and scholarship: A case study Carduchos Self Portrait and Dialogos de la Pintura
  • Lyon Rachel (History ofArt)
    'Imitatio as method: reading, writing and the un-becoming of the mystic self'
  • 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
  • Markey John (Music)
    The use of music in the construction of sectarian identities in west-central Scotland
  • Marschall Anika (Theatre Studies)
    Performing Human Rights
  • Massie Daniel (Film & TV Studies)
    Understanding Support: Supporting female film performances, The Academy Awards, and Audio-Visual essays
  • Maxwell Christopher (History ofArt)
    A Delicate Legacy: Understanding World War II Era Provenance at the Corning Museum of Glass
  • Maxwell Hailey (History ofArt)
    Paris Between the Wars: Radical Art, Community and the Sacred
  • McBride Leah (History ofArt)
    Figuring the Atrocious: Trauma Representation in Contemporary Art Practice
  • McCartney-Moore Alex (Music)
    The Italian early 17thC toccata form and its developers G.G. Kapsberger and G. Frescobaldi.
  • McCluskey Ann (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Where Cultural Nationalism Meet Broadcasting Politics: Scottish Arts Programming and the Values of the Public Sphere.
  • McGregor Aaron (Music)
    The violin in Scotland from its beginnings to 1750.
  • McIntyre John (Film & TV Studies)
    Posthuman Authorship: Authorial Agency, Machine Creativity, and the Role of Technology in Digital Media Production
  • Milliken Conner (Theatre Studies)
    Queer History-Making in Performance: Interrogating Scotland’s Narrative of Liberalisation
  • Millwood Sasha (Music)
    The Music of Thea Musgrave: an analysis based on the archival sources
  • Muryn Wiktoria (History ofArt)
    Inside and beyond the Visitation – community, motherhood and devotion in late medieval German convents
  • Neilson Toby (Film & TV Studies)
    Ecological Imaginaries: Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema in the Anthropocene
  • 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
  • Peng Yun (Film & TV Studies)
    Role of Gender: how does the eSports culture influence females' participation in eSports
  • Persson Disa (History ofArt)
    'Documents and the Social: A Contextualisation of a Critical Text'
  • Pinna Daniele (History ofArt)
    Venetian Art and Counter-Reformation
  • 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
  • Rawlings Angela Marie (Theatre Studies)
    Performing Geochronology in the Anthropocene: Siting Depths and Temporality along the North Atlantic Drift.
  • Ren Baihua (History ofArt)
    The Water Mill – Authentication of Jiehua
  • Rickson Raphael (Music)
    Libidinal Discourse, Cognition, and Musical Structure
  • 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
  • Shutt Helen (Theatre Studies)
    Play/writing Participation: Textual techniques employed by the playwright to create space for audience participation and co-authorship in performance
  • Sillitoe Hugh (Theatre Studies)
    A comparative ethnography of contemporary absurdist performance practices amongst theatre practitioners and socio-political activitists.
  • Singh Kathryn (Theatre Studies)
    ‘Silent Voices Speak’ Exploring the experiences of South Asian women in Scotland through community engagement and playwriting.
  • Stutter Joshua (Music)
    Notational discrepancies in W1 as evidence for an oral transmission of thirteenth-century polyphony to Scotland
    The guitar performance practice during the second and third decades of twentieth century in Spain, focusing at the musical output of Generacion del '27
  • Stynes Jayne (Media and Cultural Policy)
    Negotiation of support networks: Women in music
  • Tuka Peter (History ofArt)
    Avant-Garde and Post-War Totalitarianism: Július Koller and Conceptual Art under Communism
  • Tyler Matthew (History ofArt)
    Aspects of manufacture and trade of the pigment smalt.
  • Vile Gareth (Theatre Studies)
    Comics and Dramaturgy
  • Visser Tess (History ofArt)
    An examination and comparison of the materials and techniques used by the Glasgow Boys and Matthijs Maris in late nineteenth-century Britain.
  • Vlcek Schurr Jennifer (History ofArt)
    The Art and Patronage of Abbess Cunegund's Passional: Discovering Traits and Identities
  • Wagner Alessio (Music)
    Ekphrastic Responses to Nature in Systematic Composition
  • 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
  • Wei Xing (Media and Cultural Policy)
    The Convergence of Traditional TV Media and Social Media: An Empirical Case Study in China
  • 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
  • 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
  • Ziegler Molly (Theatre Studies)
    Staging Madness: representations of madness on the early modern English stage