Literatures, Languages & Cultures

Meet our PhD students

Our community of more than 250 PhD students brings together doctoral researchers from multiple disciplines in the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures (LLC) and beyond.

We've collated our student profiles into a single directory to showcase the range of topics studied.

The directory illustrates the often interdisciplinary nature of study at LLC. Supervisors and students are not always from the same subject area, and in some cases, supervisors are based at other schools or universities.  

To make it easy to navigate, the page is organised alphabetically by name of PhD programme.

Edinburgh Research Archive

Browse the Edinburgh Research Archive (ERA) by title, subject, supervisor or date to find out more about past PhD projects undertaken in the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures (LLC).

ERA is a digital archive of original research produced by or affiliated with academic authors based at the University of Edinburgh. The archive contains doctoral theses, masters dissertations, project reports, briefing papers and out-of-print material.

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Are you missing from our list?

A PhD profile is a great opportunity to establish your professional digital footprint. Your profile page is all about you and, if you are a University of Edinburgh student, is a part of the University website that you can set up directly, and update yourself, over your time with us.

Take me to the University wiki guidance on setting up and editing a profile

Once you have set up your profile, you will need to let the Web & Communications team know to appear on this list of current PhD students.

Let us know you have published your profile

All information on the School website is published in line with the University’s Privacy Policy. You can ask for your name and link to your profile to be removed from the School website at any time.

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If you want to remove your profile from the University website, you also need to unpublish it.

Find out how to unpublish your profile

How to manage your digital footprint

As an online asset, with a place to talk about your research interests, expertise and thesis, and any teaching you do, your profile page is a useful digital footprint when establishing yourself as an early career researcher in a global community. To make the most out of it, you need to keep you profile up to date.

Your profile is searchable and findable by people all over the world, so manage it as you would all the digital footprints you leave online. The Institute for Academic Development at the University has a great range of resources on how to understand and manage your online presence and develop skills in eProfessionalism. These include videos, guides and a free online course (MOOC).

Take me to the IAD’s resources on managing my digital footprint