I Now have an MLitt in Family & Local History!

My dissertation titled ‘The Square Mile of Murder 1857 – 1908: An Investigation into four high profile Glasgow murders: Social Class, Respectability and Public Interest’ has gained me a pass! I shall be attending my graduation on the 22nd of June in Dundee.

I began studying history at The Open University, BA in History: Scottish History Pathway, of course, this was in conjunction with Dundee University. After gaining my BA I was still not satisfied, I needed the MLitt and Dundee University did not disappoint me. I would recommend the Family and Local History modules with CAIS to anyone interested: https://www.dundee.ac.uk/cais/modules-family-local-history 

Since handing my dissertation in a few months ago I have been a little lost. To keep myself entertained, I have been working on understanding Jessie McLachlan’s Duke Street Prison notes. They are quite revealing. I shall write a post regarding them in the upcoming days.

For now, I must say thank you to everyone who answered my questionnaire, I am quite excited about graduation – what comes next, just wait and see. I shall let you all know how it goes, if I trip over on the stage, which believe me is likely to happen, I will share the video that my husband will no doubt have been able to catch!


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