Staff A-Z

  • Nicola Anderson
  • Teaching Support Assistant (Part-Time MA Degree & 10 credit modules)
  • Eoin Carney
  • Tutor and Research Student - Understanding Technologies Better: Paul Ricoeur on technique and interpretation
  • Sarah Conway
  • Quality & Academic Standards (QAS) & Fiscal Compliance Assistant
  • Liz Faini
  • Quality & Academic Standards and Fiscal Compliance Lead
  • Murray Frame
  • Reader in History and Associate Dean for Research & Scholarship
  • Craig Gauld
  • Lecturer in Archive and Information Studies and School of Humanities Distance-Learning Officer
  • William Grady
  • Research Student - Subverting the Frontier: Western Genre Comic Books and Cultural History
  • Amy Howie
  • Teaching Support Assistant (Languages for All & International Student Recruitment)
  • Calum Laird
  • Research Student - Representations of conflict and character in British War Comics
  • James Livesey
  • Professor of Global History, Dean of School of Humanities
  • Alan MacDonald
  • Senior Lecturer in History and Associate Dean of Quality & Academic Standards
  • Andrew McDonald
  • Tutor and Research Student - Sense, Transvaluation and Language: A Genealogy of the Concept of Sense in the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze 1953-1969
  • Caitlin McDonald
  • Research Student - Propaganda in the early collaborations of Powell and Pressburger
  • Chris Murray
  • Professor of Comics Studies & Assoc Dean Knowledge Exchange Impact & Employability
  • Donna Milne
  • Teaching Support Assistant TPG & RPG (English/History/Philosophy)
  • Dominic Smith
  • Lecturer in Philosophy, Learning & Teaching and Postgraduate Co-ordinator (Philosophy)
  • Kaye Stevenson
  • Head of Part-time Undergraduate Programmes, School Admissions and Recruitment Manager
  • Laura Schiavetta
  • Teaching Support Assistant (English/Film/Creative Writing and Philosophy)
  • Laura Strathern
  • Teaching Support Assistant, History, Languages, European/American Studies
  • Rogi Thomas
  • Research Student - From ‘Sacred’ to ‘Secular’: Exodus or Transition? The Hermeneutical Future of Religion in the Postmodern World according to Gianni Vattimo and Charles Taylor.
  • Aliki Varvogli
  • Snr Lecturer in English & Assoc Dean for Learning & Teaching
  • Eleanore Widger
  • Research Student - Formal innovation in contemporary landscape poetry as the rearticulation of Romantic attitudes towards environment
  • Perry Willson
  • Professor of Modern European History and Research Co-ordinator for History
  • Stephen Whitehead
  • Research Student - Performance without representation: Improvisation and its role in affecting audience response
  • Fiona Woodward
  • Teaching Support Assistant (UG, TPG and Languages Distance Learning)