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Colin Adam

Colin Adam

Estates Programme Manager

Victoria Adams

Victoria Adams

Assistant Curator of World Art

Lucy Adlington

Lucy Adlington

Guest blogger

Rachel Ainsworth

Guest blogger

Rachel Ainsworth was a Department of World Cultures intern from September 2013 to January 2014.

Stuart Allan

Dr Stuart Allan

Keeper of Scottish History and Archaeology

Claire Allan

Claire Allan

Learning Manager - Learning & Programmes

Stephen Allen

Stephen Allen

Head of Learning and Programmes and Curator of Rip It Up: The Story of Scottish Pop

John Ames

Guest Blogger

Nora Frankel and Harriet Perkins

MPhil Textile Conservation students, University of Glasgow

Danielle Connolly and Kate French

Assistant Textile Conservators

Susie Anderson

Invertebrates Curatorial Volunteer

Ross Anderson

Ross Anderson

Library and Information Assistant

Lynsey Anderson

Lynsey was previously a Learning Enabler with National Museums Scotland.

Lin Anderson

Lin Anderson

Guest blogger

Lin Anderson has published eleven novels in the highly successful forensic thriller series featuring Dr Rhona MacLeod. Also a screenwriter, her film River Child won a student BAFTA and the Celtic Film Festival best fiction award. Her feature script Sometime Did Me Seek, a paranormal detective thriller set in Edinburgh, goes into production this year. Lin is co-founder of Bloody Scotland, Scotland’s International Festival of Crime Writing.

Hugo Anderson-Whymark

Hugo Anderson-Whymark

Curator of Early Prehistory, Scottish History and Archaeology

Maria Armstrong

Maria was previously Assistant Textile Conservator at National Museums Scotland.

Claire Arnet

Guest blogger

Claire Arnet showed her donkeys Baxter and Jools at the Heavy Horse Show, National Museum of Rural Life, East Kilbride.

Peder Aspen

Volunteer, Natural Sciences Department

Peder Aspen is now a volunteer in the Earth Systems Section of the Natural Sciences Department; before retiring he was Curator of the Cockburn Museum of Geology at the University of Edinburgh.

Jacqui Austin

Jacqui was previously Malawi Project Co-ordinator at National Museums Scotland.