Paul Mellon Centre Research Lunches, Summer 2014

Posted in lectures (to attend) by Editor on April 23, 2014

From The Paul Mellon Centre:

The Paul Mellon Centre, Research Lunches, Summer 2014
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, London, Fridays, 12:30–14:00

The spring programme of research lunches is geared to doctoral students and junior scholars working on the history of British art and architecture. They are informal events in which individual doctoral students and scholars talk for half-an-hour about their projects, and engage in animated discussion with their peers. A sandwich lunch, will be provided by the Centre. Sessions are free, but places are limited so you must book a place in advance by emailing Ella Fleming at events@paul-mellon-centre.ac.uk

9 May: Cora Gilroy-Ware (Tate Britain)
“A song the sweeter for a taste of pain”: the cult of the nymph in early nineteenth-century Britain

23 May: Jamie Mulherron (National Museums Scotland)
Being and Nothingness: Perceptions of Lace 1550–1850

6 June : Sarah Longair (British Museum)
Mskiti ya Bwana Sinclair: Designing a museum in British colonial Zanzibar

20 June: Nick Grindle (University College London)
George Morland: in the Margins

4 July: Catherine Spencer (University of St Andrews)
Prunella Clough’s ‘Structures of Mysterious Purpose’: Abstraction and Post-Industrialization


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