Curating Heritage for Sustainable Communities in Highly Vulnerable Environments: The Case of Scotland's Northern Isles
2004 - 2005 MSt European Archaeology (Oxon) Distinction
2001 - 2004 BA Cultural Studies (Highlands & Islands) Distinction
Professor Ullrich Kockel, Intercultural Research Centre, Heriot-Watt University
Professor Donna Heddle, Centre for Nordic Studies, University of the Highlands & Islands
Dr Ian Tait, Shetland Museum & Archives
- Critical Heritage Studies
- Sustainable Development
- Human Ecologies
- Maritime Heritages
- Intangible Cultural Heritage
- Environmental Learning Models
- Object Led Research
SGSAH ARCS Studentship
McCullagh, C. and Mackenzie, A. 2010. ‘Road through Ross’ Discovery and Excavation Scotland vol 11, p 81.
Peteranna, M and McCullagh, C, 2010, Applecross Broch Community Archaeology Project: Excavation Summary and Preliminary Finds Discussion, Applecross: Applecross Archaeological Society.
McCullagh, C. 2006a, ‘Lios Mor, Collection Ceilidh: Building Community and Collecting Intangible Heritage’ A National Collections Development Strategy for Scotland’s Museums, Museums Galleries Scotland.
McCullagh, C. 2006b, ‘Out and About: Comann Eachdraidh Lios Mor, Museum and Heritage Centre’, Scotland’s Museums and Galleries Quarterly, 3.
McCullagh, C. 2005, ‘Lismore: the living traditions of people and place.’ Scottish Archaeological News, Issue 50.
2004 Historic Scotland Student of the Year
2010 Alumnus of the Year, UHI
Address: Intercultural Research Centre, School of Management & Languages, Heriot-Watt University, Orkney Campus, Old Academy, Back Road Stromness KW16 3AW
First published: 3 November 2016