Currently working on a PhD looking at the 14th century Inchcolm Antiphoner, analysing musical sources, re-composition, and textual formation. Interested in many things termed ‘Early Music’.


MMus (R) 2017. University of Glasgow

Other Publications

Diasporic music and musicians: Scottish national music in later eighteenth-century London.’ (2021), Journal of the Northern Renaissance, Issue 11

‘“Am I Not a Woman Like Thyself?” – The Transvestite Male Rapist Narratives of Óðinn and Rindr, and Ewen and Thaney’ (2019), Kyngervi, pp. 37-56.

‘The Adaptation of Saint’s Lives in Medieval Chant: Remembrance and Request’ (2018) in Dom Birch, Kelly Clarke, and Katie Haworth (eds.) Imitation and Innovation: Uses of the Past in the Medieval and Early Modern World. Proceedings of the 2017 MEMSA Student Conference, pp. 57-75.

The Conductus of W1: an investigation into their history and rhythm. (2017). MMus(R) thesis, University of Glasgow.

Inferring the placement of a bardic school in 13th to 15th century Lennox, Scotland, through harp wood types’ (2016) Fellowship of Makers and Researchers of Historical Instruments Quarterly. Issue 134, pp. 24-27.

Blog Posts


    Musical Marginalia – Funded by the Scottish Graduate School for the Arts and Humanities’ Scottish University Research Collections Associate Scheme. A project exploring the often-overlooked music found in the margins and images of manuscripts, stored at the Universities of Glasgow and St Andrews.

    Upcoming Talks and Conferences


    The International Medieval Congress 2020: ‘The 14th-Century Office for St Columba as a Musical Borderland between Scotland and Europe.

    MedRen Music Conference 2019: ‘The Inchcolm office for St Columba: a site of Scoto-European musical hybridity?’

    The International Medieval Congress: ‘Commemorating Saints through Chant Texts: Columba and Kentigern’ (July 2018)

    Musica Scotica: Two Scottish Saints – Two Different Lives – Two Similar Offices? (April 2018)

    The Communities and Margins of Early Modern Scotland: ”O’er the water to Charlie’: contextualising James Oswald’s Jacobite tunes in London printings’ (October 2017)

    The Culture of Literature and Language in Medieval and Renaissance Scotland, 15th International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Literature and Language (ICMRSLL): ‘The Textual Choices in the Offices for St Columba and St Kentigern’ (July 2017)

    Eleventh Annual Postgraduate Conference, Medieval and Early Modern Student Association, Durham University: ‘The Adaptation of Saint’s Lives in Medieval Chant: Remembrance and Request’ (July 2017)

    Musica Scotica: ‘Mauvoisin and Bernham? A rethinking of W1’s creation dating’ (April 2017)

    Musica Scotica: ‘Binary bass sequences in Scottish fiddle tunes 1757-1784’ (April 2016)


    Royal Musical Association

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