The Pathfoot Press is a cross-divisional collaboration between the University of Stirling Art Collection and the University of Stirling Division of Literature and Languages. Our fantastic staff and interns include the following:
Sarah Bromage is Curator of 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.
Kelsey Jackson Williams is an Associate Professor in Early Modern Literature and Material Culture at the University of Stirling. One of the co-founders of the press, he is also its lead printer. When dragged away from the print room, he can be found writing and teaching about early modern Scotland.
Danni Sterricks is an MRes Humanities student at the University of Stirling. Her research aims to examine psychological attitudes to illness within Jane Austen’s texts. Her interests include Austen, psychology, mimetic characters, print culture, and perusing old books with fascinating binding without ever looking past the cover.
Katharina Pruente is an MSc Historical Research student at Stirling who works on the social networks of Archibald Campbell, fifth earl of Argyll. Her wider research interests include early modern European culture, diplomacy, and the impact of friendship on politics. In her free time, she enjoys long walks, tea, freshly baked cinnamon rolls, and digging up evidence on dead people in dusty archives.
Nelli Pekurinen is a BA English Studies student from Finland. Her interests include studying foreign languages, engaging with feminist and Marxist readings of literature, and collecting books with beautifully painted edges.
Ilse Hogewerf is an MRes Humanities student at the University of Stirling, researching horror video games in relation to experience, embodiment, and the Gothic imagination. When she’s not at the Press or playing video games, she is most likely watching someone else playing video games or playing handball!