About Us

The Pathfoot Press is a cross-divisional, cross-institutional collaboration between the University of Stirling Art Collection, the University of Stirling Division of Literature and Languages, and the University of St Andrews.  Our fantastic staff and interns include the following members of both universities:


Sarah Bromage is Deputy Curator for the University of Stirling Art Collection and also the archivist for the Scottish Political Archive at the University. Sarah has worked in various roles within the heritage sector including as Researcher for the Scottish Archive of Print and Publishing History Records (SAPPHIRE) investigating the working lives of those who worked in the print and papermaking industries in Scotland.

Jane Cameron is Curator of the University of Stirling Art Collection.

Screen Shot 2018-01-05 at 11.25.01Dawn Hollis is a Leverhulme Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Classics at the University of St Andrews.  She is the Pathfoot Press’s principal typographer and lead printer together with Dr. Jackson Williams.  She also blogs about her academic career as a historian of mountain experience and is the co-founder of the Crail Press, a private press in the East Neuk of Fife.


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Kelsey Jackson Williams is a Lecturer in Early Modern Literature and Material Culture at the University of Stirling.  One of the co-founders of the press, he is its lead printer together with Dr. Hollis.  When dragged away from the print room, he can be found writing and teaching about early modern Scotland.



Screen Shot 2018-01-07 at 09.25.32Charlene Grigaitis-Schickler is an undergraduate studying journalism at the University of Stirling.  Her interests include American politics, hand written letters and sleeping in. You can find her with a little too much ink on her hands or organizing leading at The Pathfoot Press.


Mhairi website picMhairi Rutherford is a doctoral candidate at the Universities of Stirling and Dundee, researching Scottish Episcopalian Libraries. She is interested in using letterpress to republish and revive early twentieth-century Scottish poetry, particularly the female poets of the North East. When away from the press, she can be found with her dog in the Sidlaws.

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