Undergraduate Teaching

During the 2022-23 academic year I will be convening, leading seminars, lecturing or delivering digital content for:

  • ARTU9EC: Documenting the Eighteenth Century
  • ENGU9A1: Introduction to Literary Studies – Genre
  • ENGU9WI: Writing and Theory
  • ENGU9WH: Scotland and Empire (convener)
  • ENGU9ER: Renaissance Literature
  • ENGU9N2: Scotland’s Lost Renaissance (convener)
  • ENGU9DP: Dissertation Preparation

Masters Teaching

I am the programme director for the MRes Humanities at Stirling and welcome enquiries from prospective students. During the 2022-23 academic year I will be convening the following masters level modules:

  • ARTP001: Training for Masters in the Arts and Humanities I
  • ARTP002: Training for Masters in the Arts and Humanities II
  • HUMPP12: Research Preparation I
  • HUMPP14: Research Preparation II
  • HUMPP13: MRes Dissertations

I am also teaching masters level workshops on:

  • Palaeography (both semesters)
  • Descriptive Bibliography (both semesters)

Doctoral Supervision

I am currently supervising the following doctoral projects:

  • James Johnson, A Comparative Study of Carved Stones in Scotland and Wales
  • Maike Dinger, Fiction(s) of Political Participation: Literature, Media and the 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum
  • Francesca Pontini, Reading the Margins: Investigating Reading Practices in Early Sixteenth-Century Scotland
  • Katharina Pruente, Kin, Clients, Friends, and Allies: The Social Networks of Archibald Campbell, 5th Earl of Argyll

Former doctoral students who have now completed their studies include:


I run regular letterpress workshops and classes with my fellow printer Dr. Dawn Hollis (University of St Andrews) for members of the university, students, and the general public.  I also consult for community groups interested in preserving and/or interpreting the carved stones in their areas.

Past Teaching

Prior to arriving at Stirling I taught early modern and Romantic literature at Jesus College, Oxford, and early modern history at the University of St Andrews.

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