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Hunting Whales, Maritime Knowledge and the Transformation of Dundee

Welcome to our new PhD student: Matt Ylitalo. Matt came to St Andrews in 2013 to do an MLitt in Reformation History. Over the year he developed interests in the question of what constitutes knowledge and facts, leading to a … Continue reading

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People on the Move I: Sending PhDs @tshts

Doing the Alps in the Alps  Part of the joy of being a PhD student is to be on the move, isn’t it?  To see different places, to experience archives, to be stimulated by different institutional and intellectual cultures. One of … Continue reading

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Between Habsburg and St Andrews

One of the key ideas behind GRAINES (Graduate Interdisciplinary Network in European Studies) is that it allows us to put European and transnational history into practice with a flexible and informal way of exchanges of both staff and students between … Continue reading

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PhD success: Dr Andrew Dodd

Our warmest congratulations to Andrew Dodd, now Dr Dodd. Andrew came from Canada to St Andrews in 2007 for an MLitt in modern history. He soon developed a strong interest in twentieth-century German history though always with a broader mindset and … Continue reading

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