• At the spring 2019 meeting of the Centre‚Äôs Advisory Council the following Fellowships and Grants were awarded:

Senior Fellowships

  • Julian Stallabras, Courtauld Institute of Art, for the project Art in the Age of Populism: The Predicament of British Culture 
  • Lynda Nead, Birkbeck, for the project British Blonde: Glamour, Desire and Femininity in Post-War Britain, 1945-70 
  • Sigrid de Jong, Leiden University, for the project The Emergence of Architectural Experience in London and Paris, 1750-1815 

Mid-Career Fellowships

  • Alexandra Kokoli, Middlesex University, for the project The Virtual Feminist Museum of Greenham Common 
  • Anne Hultzsch, for the project Architecture and the Female Eye Witness: Maria Graham’s Writings on India and South America, 1808-1826 
  • Catriona Murray, University of Edinburgh, for the project Figuring Stuart Monarchy: Monumental Sculpture and the Royal Image, 1603-1819 
  • Charlotte de Mille, Courtauld Institute of Art, for the project Bergson in Britain 
  • Felicity Myrone, British Library, for the project Art in the Library 
  • Jacqueline Riding, for the project Hogarth & the Jacobites 
  • Sarah James, for the project The Militant & The Mainstream: Remaking British Photographic Culture 

Postdoctoral Fellowships

  • Alexandra Parsons, University College London, for the project Luminous Presence: Derek Jarman’s Life-Writing 
  • Alison Bennett, University College London, for the project Material Cultures of British Imperialism in Eastern Africa, c.1860-1960: A History of Ethnographic Collecting and Display 
  • Edward Webb-Ingall, for the project Video Activism Before the Internet: 1969-1993 (working title)
  • Ella S Mills, for the project Black Women Artists: Voices of Resistance, Strategies of Creation 
  • Eva Bentcheva, Haus der Kunst, for the project Performing Cultural Politices: Histories of British South Asian Performance Art
  • Harry Willis Fleming, for the project Richard Cockle Lucas: The Artist in the Tower 
  • Katherine Reinhart, University of Cambridge, for the project Copying Natural Knowledge: William Faithorne, Weceslaus Hollarm and the early Royal Society 
  • Louisa Lee, Fordham University, for the project Class Teaching: Art School Magazines in Britain 
  • Madeleine Pelling, University of York, for the project The Portland Museum: Bluestocking Collecting, Craft and Conversation, c.1770-1786 
  • Nicholas Helm-Grovas, for the project Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen: Meta-language and Counter-cinema 
  • Richard Brook, Manchester School of Architecture, for the project The Renewal of Post-War Manchester: Architecture, Planning and the State 
  • Sara Honarmand Ebrahimi, University of Edinburgh, for the project A “Chain” of Affective Architecture: the case of the Church Missionary Society (CMS) hospitals in a Muslin World 
  • Sophie Kelly, for the project Imagining the Unimaginable: The Trinity in Medieval English Art 
  • Thomas Hughes, Courtauld Institute of Art, for the project Curious Beauty: John Ruskin, Walter Pater, Aestheticism 
  • Yichi Zhang, University of Technology, Sydney, for the project The Parlor of the Metropolis Public Parks and Open Space in the British Concessions of China, 1842-1937 

Junior Fellowships

  • Adrienne Rooney, Rice University, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for the project Art History and the Underside of Landscape: Discourses of "the Folk" and "Fine Art" in the 20th Century Circum-Caribbean 
  • Avigail Moss, University of South California, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for the project Actuarial Imaginaries of Art and Empire, 1800-1914 
  • Elis Gabriela Mendoza, Princeton University, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for the project From Refuge to Shelter: Frederick Cuny's Humanitarian Architecture as Deferred Utopia
  • Hannah Kahng, University of California to conduct research in the United Kingdom for the project This Film Which Is Not One: Intersections of Expanded Cinema and Feminism, 1970-1979 
  • Judith Stapleton, Yale University, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for for the project William Orpen: Modernist 
  • Nushelle de Silva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for the project Protocols for the Permanently Peripatetic: The Emergence of the Globally Circulating Exhibition, 1946-1980 
  • Shirlynn Sham, Yale University, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for the project Visual Modernity and the Industrial Subterranean, 1826 - 1941 
  • Tara Contractor, Yale University to conduct research in the United Kingdom for the project British Gilt: Gold in Painting 1790-1914 

Terra-PMC Fellowship

  • Amy Tobin, University of Cambridge, for the project Sisterhood: Art and Feminism in Britain and the United States, 1968-1980 

Educational Programme Grants

  • New Contemporaries to support the New Contemporaries 70 Years Young symposium 
  • Impressions Gallery of Photography to support the Feed Your Mind lecture series 
  • Kingston University to support the Frascari Symposium IV: The Secret Lives of Architectural Drawings and Models: From Translating to Archiving, Collecting and Display 
  • British School at Rome to support the Cardinal Alessandro Albani and the British: art and cultural diplomacy in Rome of the Grand Tour symposium 
  • Leo Baeck Institute London to support the Innovation and Acculturation conference 
  • The Modernist Society to support the Modernist Society 10th Anniversary Lecture Day 
  • Tate Britain to support Inner Rhythms: Britain and the Bauhaus (working title) symposium
  • Association for Art History to support the Photography & Printed Matter Summer Symposium 

Research Support Grants

  • Aimee Caya Documenting Medieval Monumental Brasses in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire 
  • Anna Arabindan-Kesson The Viral and The Virus: Infectious Intimacies of Skin and Empire 
  • Caitlin Beach The Abolitionist Image in Nineteenth-Century Sierra Leone 
  • Christopher Williams-Wynn Conceptual art and information systems: Stephen Willats's art and social practice, 1968-1980 
  • Claudia Hucke The “Englishness” of Windrush Generation Artists 
  • Emily Smith Parkinson, Spöring, Tupaia, and the aesthetics of cross-cultural encounter on the Endeavour voyage, 1768-1771 
  • Emma Merkling Evelyn De Morgan in Florence, 1895-1914 
  • Gustavo Grandal Montero Concrete poetry, Henri Chopin and developments in sound and performance art in Britain during the 1960s 
  • Isabelle Mooney Ruin to Reconstruction: Post-War British Art in the Transnational Field 
  • Jennifer Dudley Exploring Castlemilk Womanhouse 
  • Jennifer Sarathy Black British Art's Expanded Cartographies 
  • Ludovic Jouvet British medals in books: the portraits as image of a nation 
  • Mira Waits Patterning the Prison: Convict Carpets in Colonial India 
  • Myles Campbell Vicereines of Ireland: The Women behind the Throne 
  • Nicole Blackwood Cornelis Ketel in England between 1573–1581 
  • Paula Murphy John Henry Foley's work for the Confederate States of America in the 1860s 
  • Richard Hudson-Miles The Art of Hornsey '68 
  • Rixt Woudstra Planning 'Multi-Racial' Cities: Leonard Thornton-White's Designs for British East Africa 
  • Shijia Yu Amusing, Interesting and Curious: A Study of English Paper Peepshows, 1825-1851 
  • Steve Edwards British daguerreotypes - Antoine Claudet 
  • Suchitra Choudhury Faking it? : British Art's Love Affair with Indian Shawls 
  • Sylvia Houghteling The Entangled Textile Histories of Britain and South Asia, 1688-1886 
  • Ying Lu (Lucy) Wang Dissertation chapter, "From Garrisoned District to Chinese Town: An Architectural History of the Kowloon Walled City, 1898-1912" (working title) 
  • Zalina Tetermazova Crossing the Bourders of Empires: Printmaking Practice of Gavriil Skorodumov and James Walker in the Context of British-Russian Cultural Relations