Celtic & Gaelic current Research Students

PhD:

  • Myra Booth-Cockcroft, The worlds of patron and scribe: examining the literary and historical context of Llyfr Goch Hergest (PhD)
  • Danielle Fatzinger, An exploration of ramantic tales in Scottish manuscripts and editions of Gabhaltais Shearluis Mhoir and Sgeala Muice Meic Dha Tho
  • Joan Marie Gallagher, Chwedyl Iarlles y Ffynnawn as a ‘native' tale: exploring Chwedyl Iarlles y Ffynnawn in its literary, social and manuscript context
  • Brittnee Leysen, Introduced Pakeha place-names in New Zealand's Otago region
  • Robbie MacLeod, Gendered loves in early Gaelic literature
  • Viktoria Marker, Litreachas Gaidhlig a Sealann Nuadh (MPhil by Research)
  • Carolyn McNamara, Cultural Continuum: Living astride the North Channel
  • Kathleen Reddy, Dia leam / God with me: vernacular religious practice in Catholic Gaelic communities
  • Gemma Smith, Place-names of Assynt
  • Eleanor Thomson, Folk collecting in the Enlightenment era

MRes:

  • Erin Burrows, The transmutation of the Celts

Recently Completed Theses

Some theses produced by researchers in Celtic and Gaelic include the undernoted, which are all available from the Glasgow Theses Service:-

  • 'The relic cult of St Patrick between the seventh and the late twelfth centuries in its European contexts: A focus on the lives'
  • 'Gaelic place-names and the social history of Gaelic speakers in medieval Menteith'
  • 'Innis-na-Fìrinne: Dòmhnall Mac-na Ceàrdaich (1885-1932) agus a obair fhoillsichte'

PhD:

MPhil by Research:

MLitt by Research