[X]position Volume

4

Investigating the Effects of Mindfulness on the Change of State Anxiety Levels in Students, and the Moderating Effects of Personality Traits

Alejandro Serrano Saunders

3rd year

Psychology

Instagram: A Space of Alternate Ordering?

Laura Williams

4th year

English Literature

The Image of Disability in the Film Industry and its Sociocultural Implications

Zuzanna Filipiuk

1st year

English Literature / Film & TV Studies

When Repatriation is not Possible: Colonialist Trophies in the Form of World Art and What to Do with Them

Tina Naston

3rd year

History of Art / Classical Studies

Event Selection at CLAS Using Machine Learning

Richard Tyson

5th year

Physics

The Representation of War Trauma in Graphic Novels

Martin Breul

4th year

English Literature

Mr Putin, Tear Down This Law: Analysing the Politicisation of Queer Identities in Putin's Russia

Mark Ross

3rd year

Politics / Central & Eastern European Studies

The Grey Zone: Situating the Rhenic Mission in the Herero-nama Genocide 1904-1908

Kirsty Campbell

4th year

History / English Literature

How Important is Reef Type in Influencing the Diversity and Abundance of Invertebrate and Fish Feeding Species Groups in the Trincomalee Bay Area?

Jamie Crowther

4th year

Marine & Freshwater Biology

Less is More?: Investigating Tiny Homes as a Sustainable Housing Alternative

James Lowder

4th year

Geography

Brexit: The Future of Human Rights in Scotland

Qianxian (Gogo) Wen

2nd year

Law

Memory, Performance and Authentic Self-Telling: Re-Appraising African-American Expression in Audio Recorded Slave Narratives

Forbes Wigmore

4th year

History / Economic & Social History

The Psychology of Philosophy: Exploring Free Will and Mental Health

David Aikman

4th year

Psychology

Starbucks, Pizza & Jihad: How 21st Century Terrorism is Capitalising on Western Pop Culture

Caitlin Fulton

4th year

Politics

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.