Sammi Scott Wins AAH Dissertation Prize

Posted on 25 March 2019

We are thrilled to announce that the prestigious Association for Art History Postgraduate Dissertation Prize 2018 has been won by Samantha Scott!

In her essay  ‘A Luminous Translation’: Lithophanes at Woburn Abbey, 1836 to 1838’, she impressed the judges with her writing, her ideas and the way she articulated her research.  Sammi will receive her award at this year's AAH annual conference to be held in Brighton.  For an extract of her winning entry please see the Association for Art History website.

Sammi is currently working on her PhD thesis 'The Novelty of Reproduction: Translating Fine Art into Two-and-a-Half-Dimensions in the Long Nineteenth Century' under the supervison of Professor Jason Edwards.

Many congratulations to Sammi on this fantastic achievement!

Samantha Scott