[X]position Volume


Russia in Syria: A Pipe Too Far?

William Lim

5th year


Human Disturbance is Negatively Affecting Bat Diversity in Northern Trinidad

Ellen McMurchy

4th eyar


Long-Term Effects of Fentanyl on the Breathing of New-Born Mice

Eva Szilagyi-Nagy

4th year


Making Connections: The Influence of Scottish Traditional Music in Contemporary Scottish Jazz

Fergus Hall

4th year


Social Capital in Northern Ireland: A Barrier to Reconciliation?

Jack Stitt

4th year


The Literary Canon and its Socioeconomic Barriers: An Analysis of the Poetry of Hazel Hall

Kate Spratt

4th year

English Literature

The Devil Can Quote Scripture for His Own Purpose - So-Called Dédiabolisation and the Strategies of the Front National to Seduce the Youth

Leila Le Mercier

1st year

Politics & Sociology

'The Cries of a Madwoman' - Mental Illness in Late-Nineteenth Century France

Louise Hall

5th year


Next-generation Teaching Methods in Chemistry Classrooms - Do They Really Make a Difference?

Natasha Hamilton

Study abroad visit year

Chemistry & Molecular Biology

Exploring Titan's Biochemistry Through the Use of an Innovative Spherical Rover

Sara Berent & Robert Gordon

2nd year


3rd year

Aerospace Engineering

Mapping Capitalism - Contemporary Psychogeography in the City of London

Billie Armstrong

4th year

English Literature

The Applications of Palaeontology in the Contemporary World: A Case Study of Fossil Sea Shells

Matthew L. Staitis

2nd year


How Do Athletes Perceive Themselves After Failure?

Anna Angeli

4th year


Writing for [X]position

Submissions open each year after Let's Talk About [X], the journal's sister conference.


Keep an eye on your student email for our call for abstracts in February / March.