• At the spring 2018 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Fellowships and Grants were awarded:

Senior Fellowships

  • Carol Richardson, University of Edinburgh, to prepare her book The Last English Catholic Church Remaining in the World: Art and Sacred Geography in the 1580s
  • Elizabeth McKellar, Open University, to prepare her book John Summerson: A Cultural Biography
  • Tim Clayton, to prepare his book James Gillray and the Business of Satire

Rome Fellowship

  • Francesco Ventrella, University of Sussex, for research in Rome on Performing Ancient Sculpture: Vernon Lee and Psychological Aesthetics

Mid-Career Fellowships

  • Chloe Wigston Smith, University of York, to prepare her book Women and Entangled Things in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World
  • Deirdre Jackson, University of Cambridge, to prepare her book Picturing Speech in English Illuminated Manuscripts before 1500
  • Katie Lloyd Thomas, Newcastle University, to prepare her book The Architect as Shopper
  • Gemma Romain, to prepare her book Berto Pasuka and Queer Black British Art
  • Juliet Carey, Waddesdon Manor, to prepare her book Boys in Satin: Gainsborough and ‘Van Dyck’ Dress
  • Marius Kwint, University of Portsmouth, to prepare his book British Art on the Brain: Neuroscience and Visual Art in the UK since 1970
  • Morna O’Neill, Wake Forest University, to prepare her book Art and Brutality: British Art and Industrial Manufacture, 1820-1851

Postdoctoral Fellowships

  • Alexander Collins, University of Edinburgh, to prepare his book Magnifying the Mass: Scale, Space and Ritual Experience of the Late Medieval Missal
  • Anjalie Dalal-Clayton, University of the Arts London, to prepare her book Curating Black British Art: Exhibition Cultures Since the 1980s
  • Charlotte Drew, University of Bristol, to prepare her book Displaying Italian Sculpture: South Kensington Reimagined
  • David Trigg, to prepare his book A Slow-Cooked Bird: Ben Nicholson and the Penguin Modern Painters
  • Freya Gowrley, University of Edinburgh, to prepare her book Collage before Modernism: Art, Intimacy and Identity in Britain and North America, 1680-1912
  • Giulia Smith, The Courtauld Institute of Art, to prepare her book Women of Tomorrow
  • Irit Katz, University of Cambridge, will prepare her work on Camps in Mandatory Palestine which will be included in her monograph on camps as an architectural instrument in Israel-Palestine
  • Merlin Seller, to prepare his book Material Memory: The Late Work of Walter Sickert 1927-42
  • Moran Sheleg, University College London, to prepare her book Bridget Riley’s Grey Zones
  • Serena Dyer, University of Warwick, to prepare her book Material Lives and Material Literacies: Women, Consumption, and Textiles in England, 1750-1820
  • Yuthika Sharma, University of Edinburgh, In the realm of Kings and Sahibs: The Delhi School and Anglo-Mughal Painting

Junior Fellowships

  • Aleksandr Bierig to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his dissertation The Ashes of the City: Energy, Economy, and the London Coal Exchange
  • Carly Boxer to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her dissertation It owip to be lokid: The Visual Culture of English Medicine
  • Christine Olson to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her dissertation Owen Jones and the Epistemologies of Victorian Design
  • Erika Dupont to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her dissertation English Art and France during the Interwar Period: Presence and Reception of English Artists in Paris from 1919 to 1939
  • Jackson Davidow to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his dissertation Viral Visions: Art, Epidemiology, and Spatial Practices in the Global AIDS Pandemic
  • Michal Goldschmidt to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Interwar Explorations of Empire and British Identity: Studies of Modernism in Mandate Palestine
  • Nicholas Robbins to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his dissertation Oceans of Air: Landscape and the Production of Climate in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic World
  • Salvatore Dellaria to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his dissertation James Stirling’s Southgate Estate and Architecture under Constraint in Postwar and Postmodern Britain, 1946-1992

Terra-PMC Fellowship

  • Alison Clarke, University of Liverpool and National Gallery, London, to conduct research in the United States for a book chapter and article British Art Dealers and American Museums: David Croal Thomson’s 1898 Visit to the United States

Educational Programme Grants

  • Impressions Gallery of Photography to support the Feed Your Mind lecture series
  • Association for Art History to support the (Re)-forming Sculpture symposium
  • Irish Georgian Society to support the Irish Silver in the Georgian Age conference
  • Kunstmuseum Basel to support the Drama and Theatre lecture series
  • The Hepworth Wakefield to support the Surrealism in Britain, 1925-155 conference
  • Manchester Metropolitan University to support the Post-war modernist infrastructure conference
  • University of Leeds to support The Gregory Fellowships symposium
  • UCL Art Museum to support the Making Ends Meet: Women in Art Education symposium
  • The Art Libraries Society UK & Ireland to support The Art Libraries Society UK & Ireland (ARLIS) conference
  • Turner Contemporary to support the Patrick Heron: His Painting Now symposium
  • Museum of Classical Archaeology, University of Cambridge to support The Humility of Plaster conference

Research Support Grants

  • Avigail Moss Actuarial Imaginaries of Art and Empire, 1800-1914
  • Brittany Luberda Hardstones on Fragile Surfaces: Negotiating Neoclassicism in the 1760s
  • Christopher McGeorge Mediums for the Masses: Stained Glass and Murals in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction
  • Corinne Silva Lines in the Landscape: Ruins and Reveals in Britain
  • Emily Pegues The armored body and sculptural practice in medieval English brass tomb effigies
  • Grace Aneiza Ali Frank Bowling: Mother’s House
  • Kate Keohane Édouard Glissant
  • Kate Retford The Print Room in the Eighteenth-Century Country House
  • Kelly Presutti Strategic Vision: Artists in the Service of the Royal Navy
  • Ksenia Soboleva Lesbian Artists & the AIDS Crisis: Tessa Boffin
  • Lydia Miller Forging Identity: Ambrose McEvoy (1877-1927) and the development of modern British portraiture
  • Maria Quinata Heritage Sites: Zones of Leisure, Spaces of Desire
  • Pamella Guerdat A Heritage Under Construction: René Gimpel (1881-1945) and the Development of Private and Public Collections
  • Rachel Warriner Feminist art, the Troubles and the politics of space: Nancy Spero at the Orchard Gallery, Derry
  • Renate Dohmen Colonial Art in British India: Power, Gender and Race under the Raj
  • Roisin Astell From Corporeal to Divine Vision: Imagining the Spiritual Journey in Thirteenth and Fourteenth-Century Paris and Beyond
  • Sara Honarmand Ebrahimi The medical missionaries of the Church Missionary Society (CMS) as trust builders
  • Sarah Crellin The Royal Academy, The Home Office and the Artists’ Refugee Committee: establishments, alliances and interned émigré artists in World War Two
  • Tom Nickson Mapping Becket
  • Tyler Jo Smith Collecting Sir John Soane’s ‘Antique’ Vases