Here is a small sample of the types of research projects that School staff and honorary fellows are involved with.
A two-year Leverhulme funded project examining the relationship between police officers and the diverse urban and rural communities they have served in Scotland from 1900 until around 1971.
A project about the achievements of Scottish Enlightenment, funded by a Research Workshop Grant from the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Information about excavations in Morgantina in Sicily - the location of a Final Bronze - Early Iron Age settlement.
A three-year research project investigating the cultural and global impact of the Scottish textile industry since the nineteenth century.
The project aims to reconstruct the physical characteristics and life history of various populations that lived in Ibiza, Spain.
Archaeological fieldwork at Alchester, a project directed by staff in the School, has shed new light on Rome’s conquest of Britain.
This article was published on Jul 26, 2013