- At the spring 2007 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Fellowships and Grants were awarded:
- Dr Daniel Abramson to prepare his book Architecture in the Age of Obsolescence.
- Dr Lene Østermark-Johansen to prepare her book From Front to Back: Walter Pater and the Language of Sculpture.
- Dr Banmali Tandan to prepare his book British Architecture in Calcutta in the Georgian Age: An Illustrated Gazetteer & its evolution as an aesthetic and social context.
- Dr Volker Welter to prepare his book Architecture without Quality? - Ernst L. Freud and Bourgeois Modernism in Architecture.
- Dr Viccy Coltman for research in Rome for her book Marble Mania: The art history and historiography of sculpture in Britain since 1760.
- Dr Tracy Anderson to prepare her book The Crown and the Jewel: Images of royalty and viceroyalty in the spectacle of imperial Britain and India.
- Dr Anne Bordeleau to prepare three journal articles from her thesis on Charles Robert Cockerell (1788-1863).
- Dr Eleanor Fraser Stansbie to prepare three journal articles from her thesis on Richard Dadd (1817-1886).
- Dr Alla Myzelev to prepare three journal articles from her thesis on Peasant Arts Revitalization in England: Histories and Meanings.
- Dr Morna O’Neill to prepare her book Walter Crane: The Arts and Crafts, Painting, and Politics and an exhibition catalogue 'Art and Labour's Cause is One': Walter Crane and Manchester, 1880-1900.
- Dr Richard Williams to prepare his book The Reformation of an Icon: Images of Christ in Early Modern England.
- Jeremy Melius to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his doctoral thesis Art History and the Invention of Botticelli.
- Nathaniel Stein to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his doctoral thesis London in the Viewer: British Stereoscopy and Urban Embodiments, 1830-1880.
- Katharine Williams to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis A study of themes in the architecture, symbolism and experience of Great War memorials of the 1920s.
- Shundana Yusaf to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Wireless Sites: Radio and Architecture in Britain (1927-1945).
Educational Programme Grants
- Leeds City Art Gallery grant towards a series of lectures and workshops (September 2007) linked to an Exhibition of Oil Prints by George Baxter .
- University of Leeds grant towards a conference at Shugborough, Staffordshire (30th March-1st April 2007) on ‘Shugborough - A Rediscovered Centre of Eighteenth-century Learning. Thomas Anson, James 'Athenian' Stuart and their contemporaries’.
- University of Liverpool grant towards a symposium at the Walker Art Gallery and Merseyside Maritime Museum (16th & 17 November 2007) on ‘Joseph Wright of Derby’.
Research Support Grants
- Dr Katherine Acheson for research in London on Visual Rhetoric and Seventeenth-Century English Print Culture.
- Elizabeth Bishop for research in London on the architectural infrastructure of Empire: the British mitigation of imports via the warehouses of London's Docklands.
- Olga Borodkina for research in the United Kingdom on the Aesthetic Movement: Literature and Art Criticism to Visual Arts.
- Dr Antonio Brucculeri for research in the United Kingdom on the Urban Approach of Edwin Lutyens between Architectural Composition and Town Planning, A Study in the War Years, 1938-1943.
- Dr Elizabeth Darling for research in the United Kingdom on the Work and Life of Wells Coates, Architect-Engineer.
- Dr Bianca De Divitiis for research in St Petersburg on Eighteenth-century British collectors in Naples: A New Source for the Acquisition of Antique sculpture.
- Dr Robert Folkenflik for research in the United Kingdom on Portraits of Samuel Johnson.
- Amy Frost for research in Scotland on Commissions undertaken by Henry Edmund Goodridge (1797-1864) for the 10th Duke of Hamilton.
- Helen Gyger for research in the United Kingdom for oral history interviews with John F.C. Turner and Christopher Alexander.
- Alistair Kwan for research in the United Kingdom on Building Science: architecture and the early modern study of nature.
- Prof. Susan Morrison for research in the United Kingdom on Images of Excrement in Late Medieval England.
- Dr John Potvin for research in London on Domesticating Passion: Sir Cedric Morris and Arthur Lett-Haines and the Art of Modern Living.
- Matthew Woodworth for research in the United Kingdom on the Thirteenth-century Choir and Transepts of Beverley Minster.
- Sigrid De Jong for research in the United Kingdom on Rediscovering Architecture. Paestum in Eighteenth-century Architectural Thought.
- Richard Nieman for research in the United Kingdom and France on Monuments to God and Man: The Minor Cruciform Churches of Anglo-Norman Sussex and the New Norman Aristocracy.
- Catherine Walden for research in the United Kingdom on Redemption and Remembrance: The English Episcopal Tomb in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries.