Ms Molly Gilmour

  • Research Assistant, Graduate Teaching Assistant (Sociology)

telephone: +44 (0)141 330 7669


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Virhia, J. et al. (2023) “If you do not take the medicine and complete the dose…it could cause you more trouble”: bringing awareness, local knowledge and experience into antimicrobial stewardship in Tanzania. Antibiotics, 12(2), 243. (doi: 10.3390/antibiotics12020243)

Piacentini, T. , Gilmour, M., Joy, A. and Aksu, P. (2022) “How about asylum seekers who are homeless?” The racialised logics behind State designed strategies of containment and control during Covid-19 and anti-racist alternatives: a Glasgow case study. International Journal on Homelessness, (doi: 10.5206/ijoh.2022.2.14969) (Early Online Publication)

Book Sections

Piacentini, T. , Mirza, N. and Gilmour, M. (2022) Challenges of language, accessibility and ethics when conducting digital interviews in the virtual space. In: SAGE Research Methods: Doing Research Online. SAGE Publishing. ISBN 9781529601305 (doi: 10.4135/9781529601305)

Research Reports or Papers

Armstrong, S. et al. (2020) Left out and locked down: impacts of COVID-19 for marginalised groups in Scotland. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland.


Joy, A., Piacentini, T. , Gilmour, M. and Aksu, P. (2022) Safe in Scotland: A pandemic-era alternative to institutional asylum accommodation. [Website]

Gilmour, M., Aksu, P., Piacentini, T. and Joy, A. (2022) Destitution, hotels, and pandemic responses to asylum housing in Glasgow, Scotland. [Website]

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