Francis Marion Moseley Wilson working

Living and dying together: multispecies stories and high-concept vegan dining at a conference

Francis Marion Moseley Wilson is a College of Arts PhD student (Theatre Studies) undertaking practice-based research in how taxidermy can be used in a live art context as a larger exploration of the sanitisation of death, the relationship of non-human animal bodies to human bodies, and death rituals. In January 2019 she was awarded Research […]

Natalie and Moira presenting their paper

Exploring the emotive language of Burns: Collaborative Research by College of Arts PhD students

In November 2018, third-year PhD students Natalie Finlayson (English Language and Linguistics / Translation Studies) and  Moira Hansen (Scottish Literature) were awarded Research Support Award funding to attend the annual Société Française d’Études Écossaises (French Society of Scottish Studies/SFEE) conference in Tours. They presented their collaborative work on the use of digital tools to explore the impact of […]

The Radical Film Network Festival and Unconference

Reach 09: The Radical Film Network Festival and Unconference Fèis Lìonra Fhilmichean Radaigeach agus Co-labhairt Fhuasgailte The Radical Film Network (RFN) Festival and Unconference were held at Glasgow University and in venues across the city from the 29th April – 2nd May 2016. Glasgow seemed like the perfect host for a radical film event. It […]