Postgraduate research students

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  • Abrahams Daniel (Philosophy)
    Understanding and Evaluating Moral Criticism in Satire
  • Alcaraz Sanchez Adriana (Philosophy)
    Where's our sense of self grounded? The Minimal Phenomenal Selfhood, Full-Body Illusions and Dreams
  • Baker Iona (History)
    The Mechanics of Gendered Power: 13th Century European Ruling Women’s Constructions of Authority in the Epistolary Genre
  • Barnes Jamie (Archaeology)
    Of Warriors and Beasts: Viking Age interactions between the Kingdoms of Strathclyde and Northumbria
  • Blyth Christopher (History)
    The heterogeneity behind the homogeneous 'nation': how 'Greek' was the 'Greek War of Independence 1821-32'? An Examination of the cosmopolitan influences upon the movement for Greek independence between 1814 and 1821.
  • Brennan Harry (History)
    Transatlantic Gendered Identities in the early modern Atlantic, c.1650-1750
  • Brunton Emma (History)
    Transformations in women’s spiritual power from pre-colonial to early colonial Rwanda.
  • Burklund Richard (History)
    Corpses in the Grass”: Strategic Culture and Combat Effectiveness in the Pacific War; A Case Study of the U.S. Seventh Infantry Division
  • Burns Ewan (Philosophy)
    Conservatism: toward a traditionalist moral and political epistemology
  • Carrothers Sean (Philosophy)
    The Command and Control of Pain
  • Conner Craig (History)
    Scottish Military Culture and Highland and Lowland Elites: A Comparative Study, 1493-1625
  • Craig Michelle (History)
    From Early Modern To Enlightenment: Provenance in William Hunter’s Library
  • Davis Thomas (Archaeology)
    The Archaeology of the Animal in Viking-Age Paganism
  • Doak Laura (History)
    On Street and Scaffold: Political Culture in Restoration Scotland
  • Erskine Neil (Archaeology)
    Routines, Movement, and Religiosity in the Ancient Near East
  • Fearnley Laura (Philosophy)
    What would have been and what should have been: The interdependence of counterfactuals and morality
  • Gallacher James (History)
    The Accomplishments of Their Ancestors: Memory and Crusading in England, France, and Burgundy in the Fifteenth Century
  • Gardner Owain (History)
    Music, Knowledge, Faith and Reform in the Thought and Practice of Robert Grosseteste and J. S. Bach
  • Garst Leigh (Archaeology)
    Conserving Scottish Tower Houses: Policy in Practice Since the 19th Century
  • Grillo Francesco (Classics)
    Hero of Alexandria and his Theatrical Automata
  • Harrington Olan (Philosophy)
    The Non-Identity Problem and The Ethics of Procreation
  • Harrison Eilidh (Philosophy)
    Themes on the Epistemic Role of Emotion
  • Hay Michelle (Archaeology)
    Development of a novel ancient pathogen DNA protocol to aid in identifying and understanding the impact of vector-borne diseases in relation to Viking movements and migrations circa 800 – 1000 AD
  • Innes Marta (Archaeology)
    SCOTTISH BRONZE AGE FOOD VESSEL CORPUS - A CONTEXTUAL RE-EVALUATION
  • Jocks Ianto (Classics)
    Scribonius Largus' Compositiones medicamentorum - Context, Translation, Commentary, Pharmacology, and Reception
  • Johnson Catherine Estelle (Archaeology)
    Portable Inscribed Objects from Britain and Ireland, c. AD 400-1100
  • Jose Francis (Philosophy)
    Extended Mind and Historicism
  • Kasten Megan (Archaeology)
    The Govan Stones: A Digital Corpus of the Early Medieval Sculpture
  • Kelly Jamie (History)
    A reassessment of the political, social and cultural impact of the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge in the Highlands and Islands.
  • Kennedy Ross (History)
    The Practice of Exemption in Late Medieval England
  • Kirkwood Nathan (Philosophy)
    Quine’s Naturalism and its Relation to his Philosophy of Language
  • Kist Cassandra Jane (Information Studies)
    Communicating Through Digital Artifacts on Social Media
  • Latkovskis Imants (Philosophy)
    Perfectionism, Paternalism, and Capabilities: Reassessing the Role of Liberalism Within the Capability Approach
  • Leslie Joel (Classics)
    Between Panegyric and History: Literary Representations of the Emperor Valentinian I (364-375)
  • Leslie Laura (History)
    John Erskine, First Earl of Mar and Regent of Scotland (d. 1572)
  • Leysen Brittnee (Celtic)
    Introduced Pākehā place-names in New Zealand’s Otago region
  • Lind Andrew (History)
    ‘Bad and Evill Patriotts’ – Scottish Royalism during the British Civil Wars, c.1638-1651
  • Loughnane Christopher (Information Studies)
    A Physical Approach to the Digital
  • Lynch Charlie (History)
    The Sixties, Cultural Change and the Sexual Revolution in Scotland
  • Mason Rebecca (History)
    Married Women and the Law in Scotland, 1600-1750
  • McDonald James (Classics)
    Athens or Jerusalem: Education, and Identity in the Poetry of Gregory Nazianzen
  • Meehan Daniella (Philosophy)
    Moral Responsibility and the Vice of Ignorance
  • Micka Ondřej (Philosophy)
    Rights and Virtues
  • Moore Gardner Mary (Classics)
    Reverse Reception: Inferring Christian undertones in Virgil’s Aeneid through readings of Paradise Lost and Beowulf.
  • Mortini Dario (Philosophy)
    Putting Knowledge First in Epistemology and the Mind
  • Mucha Franziska (Information Studies)
    Crowdsourcing in museums
  • O'Brien Mona (History)
    Syphilis: exploring the emotional history of a pandemic
  • Oliver Daniel (History)
    An investigation into the commemoration of Edward II, Richard II and Henry VI
  • Osis Frances (History)
    Syphilis: An Enlightenment Controversy analysed through Documents and Anatomical Specimens
  • Perruchini Elsa (Archaeology)
    Consuming Identities in the Cradle of Civilizations - Food Consumption and the Emergence of Social Complexity in Greater Mesopotamia
  • Porteous Rachel (History)
    The Continuity of Play during the Late Stuart Monarchies in Scotland, 1488-1567
  • Ros Morales Raúl (Philosophy)
    THE NATURE OF VISUAL HALLUCINATION
  • Saunders Joseph (History)
    Print Networks in England 1620-1642
  • Sheffield Edwin (History)
    Highland Clan Mentality in Restoration Scotland, 1660-1688
  • Stokle Mark (History)
    The Bankers of Brumaire: The Role of Financiers in Napoleon's Ascent
  • Thain-Gray Rachel (Information Studies)
    Intersectionality in action: Fourth-wave feminist museological practice
  • Wallace Iain Ross (Archaeology)
    Leaving your mark in History. The masons marks of castles and defended houses of Scotland.
  • Watson Andrew (Archaeology)
    A phenomenological study of the Cotswold-Severn megalithic tombs
  • Yoken Hannah (History)
    From peripheral to paragon? The transnational development of Nordic feminism since the 1960s
  • Zhang Yunjie (Philosophy)
    How ought we treat non-human animals, and how is this related to the moral perspective of human beings? How should we understand the moral relationship between human beings and non-human animals?

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