Experiences of the ‘Visiting Doctoral Researcher’ Scheme

Elyse Jamieson is a second year PhD student in Linguistics & English Language at the University of Edinburgh, funded by SGSAH. Their research interests are primarily in dialect syntax and semantics, with a focus on data from Scots dialects. For more information, see their website or find them on Twitter. I have just returned from a … Continue reading Experiences of the ‘Visiting Doctoral Researcher’ Scheme

‘Negotiating Academic Careers’: The Scottish Association for American Studies Workshop

Our post today reflects on a recent academic careers event funded by SGSAH. It was organised by Catherine Bateson, a third-year AHRC SGSAH funded PhD student at the University of Edinburgh,  Nicola Martin, a third-year AHRC SGSAH funded PhD student at the University of Stirling and David Wilson, a third-year PhD student funded by the University of Strathclyde. … Continue reading ‘Negotiating Academic Careers’: The Scottish Association for American Studies Workshop

House of Illustration Curation Internship: A Day in the Life

Our post today is by Fiona Dakin, a PhD student in French at the University of St Andrews. She is currently researching illustrated editions of Charles Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du mal. As a SGSAH student, she was provided with the opportunity to devise her own internship, so she contacted the curation team at London’s House … Continue reading House of Illustration Curation Internship: A Day in the Life