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Target Audience: Academic Staff, Postgraduate Researchers
StrathMethods brings together researchers from different disciplinary backgrounds to share experiences and research methods.
Currently held virtually, we bring together researchers from across the University to discuss methods used in their research - and how you can use them too!
Each session is also a great chance to meet other academics from across Faculties and Departments, in a relaxed and friendly way.
There will be time for Q&A in the second half of each session.
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This session will be led by Dr. David Wilson, Lecturer in Early Modern Maritime and Scottish History.
My research focuses on the interplay between maritime activity and imperial authority within the context of British colonialism between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries, including the subjects of piracy, fishing, trade, maritime law, and coastal communities. David will share some of his work/ approaches to research and discuss how those can be used across research areas and disciplines.
Delivered By: Centre for Sustainable Development