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People (29)

People

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Dr Samuel Alberti
Dr Samuel Alberti

Honorary Professor, History

Dr Stephen Bowman
Dr Stephen Bowman

Lecturer in British Political History, History

Dr Alison Cathcart
Dr Alison Cathcart

Associate Professor in Early Modern Scot, History

Dr Ian Cawood
Dr Ian Cawood

Associate Professor, History

Dr Jessica Douthwaite
Dr Jessica Douthwaite

Post Doctoral Research Fellow, History

Professor Sally Foster
Professor Sally Foster

Professor, History

Dr Torgrim Guttormsen
Dr Torgrim Guttormsen

Honorary Professor, History

Dr Jacqueline Jenkinson
Dr Jacqueline Jenkinson

Senior Lecturer, History

Professor Sian Jones
Professor Sian Jones

Professor of Heritage, History

Dr Matthew Kerry
Dr Matthew Kerry

Lecturer in European History, History

Professor Robin Law
Professor Robin Law

Professor Emeritus, History

Dr Clare Loughlin
Dr Clare Loughlin

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, History

Dr Emma Macleod
Dr Emma Macleod

Senior Lecturer, History

Dr Alastair Mann
Dr Alastair Mann

Senior Lecturer, History

Dr Thomas Marsden
Dr Thomas Marsden

Lecturer in European History, History

Dr Catherine Mills
Dr Catherine Mills

Lecturer in Modern British History, History

Dr Jennie Morgan
Dr Jennie Morgan

Lecturer in Heritage, History

Professor Holger Nehring
Professor Holger Nehring

Chair in Contemporary European History, History

Dr Colin Nicolson
Dr Colin Nicolson

Senior Lecturer, History

Professor Richard Oram
Professor Richard Oram

Professor, History

Outputs (1297)

Outputs

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Book Chapter

Bonacchi C (2022) Digital Public Archaeology. In: Noiret S, Tebeau M & Zaagsma G (eds.) Handbook of Digital Public History. Oldenbourg: De Gruyter, pp. 77-86. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110430295-006

Book Chapter

Bonacchi C & Krzyzanska M (2022) R for Digital Heritage: Web Scraping, Text Mining and Data Analysis in Digital Engagement Studies and Education of Future Heritage Practitioners. In: Watrell E & Goldstein L (eds.) Digital Heritage and Archaeology in Practice: Data, Ethics, and Professionalism. Florida: University Press of Florida. https://upf.com/book.asp?id=9780813069302

Book Chapter

Cathcart A (2022) Island Empire: James VI and I and the Isle of Man in an archipelagic context. In: Cathcart A & McIntyre N (eds.) Scotland and the Wider World: essays in honour of Allan I. Macinnes. Studies in Early Modern Cultural, Political and Social History. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer. https://boydellandbrewer.com/9781783276837/scotland-and-the-wider-world/

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Steyn P (2022) African environmental movements [Africans saving Africa themselves]. In: Grasso M & Giugni M (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Movements. Routledge International Handbooks. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 109-122. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780367855680-9

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Cawood I & Crook T (2022) Epilogue: the British way in corruption. In: Cawood I & Crook T (eds.) The many lives of corruption: The reform of public life in modern Britain, c. 1750-1950. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 279-297. https://manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/9781526150035/

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Kerry M (2022) The Last Echo of 1917? The Asturian October between Revolution and Antifascism. In: Berger S & Weinhauer K (eds.) Rethinking Revolutions from 1905 to 1934: Democracy, Social Justice and National Liberation around the World. Palgrave Studies in the History of Social Movements. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. https://link.springer.com/book/9783031044649

Book Chapter

Foster S (2022) Smashing casts: replication of early medieval sculpture as a case study in the fragility of cultural value. In: Alexandridis A & Winkler-Horacek L (eds.) Destroy the Copy – Plaster Cast Collections in the 19th–20th c.: Demolition, Defacement, Disposal in Europe and Beyond. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 367-391. https://www.degruyter.com/document/isbn/9783110757965/html

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Kerry M (2022) The Sound of Blasphemy in Early Twentieth-Century Spain: Vulgarity, Violence and the Crowd. In: Bouwers EG & Nash DS (eds.) Demystifying the Sacred: Blasphemy and Violence from the French Revolution to Today. New Perspectives on the History of Liberalism and Freethought, 2. Oldenbourg: De Gruyter. https://www.degruyter.com/document/isbn/9783110713091/html?lang=en

Book Chapter

(2022) Dabhach And Ceathramh Names [Dabhach and Ceathramh-Names: Fragments of a Lost Assessment System?]. In: Galloway. The Lost Province of Gaelic Scotland. Glasgow: John Dewar Publishers Ltd.

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Projects (47)

Projects

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Materialising the Cold War
PI: Professor Holger Nehring
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

The Old Believers and the end of the Old Regime in Russia
PI: Dr Thomas Marsden
Funded by: The British Academy

The Scottish Privy Council, 1692-1708: government from Revolution to Union
PI: Dr Alastair Mann
Funded by: The Leverhulme Trust

The Memory of John Paul Jones in Anglo-American Relations, c. 1900s-c. 1990s.
PI: Dr Stephen Bowman
Funded by: The Royal Society of Edinburgh

Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage (NIKU) Visiting Research Fellowship
PI: Professor Sally Foster
Funded by: Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research

Curating Sustainable URBAn Transformations through HERItage
PI:
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage (NIKU) Visiting Research Fellowship
PI: Professor Sian Jones
Funded by: Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research

Co-Producing Tolerant Futures through Ancient Identities
PI:
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Bernard Papers
PI: Dr Colin Nicolson
Funded by: Colonial Society of Massachusetts

My Life as a Replica: St John's Cross, Iona
PI: Professor Sally Foster
Funded by: Historic Environment Scotland and Iona Cathedral Trust

Iron Age and Roman Heritage: Exploring ancient identities in modern Britain
PI:
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Concrete and non-concrete: an ethnographic study of the contemporary value and authenticity of historic replicas
PI: Professor Sally Foster
Funded by: Historic Environment Scotland

Concrete and non-concrete: an ethnographic study of the contemporary value and authenticity of historic replicas
PI: Professor Sally Foster
Funded by: The Royal Society of Edinburgh

The Biography of a National Collection: the Acquisition of Casts of Sculpture by the National Museum of Scotland
PI: Professor Sally Foster
Funded by: The Henry Moore Foundation

Future Thinking on Carved Stones in Scotland - workshop
PI: Professor Sally Foster
Funded by: Historic Environment Scotland and The Royal Society of Edinburgh

The Bernard Papers
PI: Dr Colin Nicolson
Funded by: Colonial Society of Massachusetts

The Biography of a National Collection: the Acquisition of Casts of Sculpture by the National Museum of Scotland
PI: Professor Sally Foster
Funded by: The Henry Moore Foundation

The Bernard Papers
PI: Dr Colin Nicolson
Funded by: Colonial Society of Massachusetts

Industrial Devon
PI: Dr Catherine Mills
Funded by: Strathmartine Trust

Robert the Bruce: Kingship, Identity and War in Scotland and the British Isles
PI: Dr Michael Penman
Funded by: Strathmartine Trust

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