6 Reasons to Keep a Diary

This post is written by Murray McLean, a SGSAH-funded third-year PhD student at the University of Glasgow. Murray’s research concerns the law and culture of weddings in Scotland since the 1930s, and he can be found on Twitter @McLeanMurray. The journalist Christopher Silver recently tweeted that keeping a diary was the best form of self-care … Continue reading 6 Reasons to Keep a Diary

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Immersion into spaces of law: Experiences from international legal negotiations

Mika Schroder is in the second year of her PhD at the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance. Her research explores the meaning and practice of the ‘participation’ of ‘local stakeholders’ within international biodiversity law from the perspective of spatial justice and ethics. This is the second of two posts related to her AHRC … Continue reading Immersion into spaces of law: Experiences from international legal negotiations

Researching Trauma in the Arts and Humanities

This event was generously supported by the Cohort Development Funding from the Scottish Graduate School of Arts and Humanities. This event involved training from Wendy Brotchie and her colleague, from Forth Valley Rape Crisis about the nature of working with difficult issues in everyday work contexts and the potential effects that this can have on … Continue reading Researching Trauma in the Arts and Humanities