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Research Student News

Posted on 23 June 2020

We are delighted to report on some recent success in our research student community!

Current PhD student Rhian Addison, who is working on her thesis supervised by Richard Johns and Martin Myrone (Tate) has had an article published in this month's Visual Culture in Britain Vol 21 2020, Issue 2: "'The Up-springing Stem of the Neck"in G F Watt's Paintings.'

Francesca Curtis, whose PhD thesis is being supervised by James Boaden with Cadence Kinsey (UCL) is quoted on the work of Betty Beaumont in a BBC article 'The Climate Change Clues Hidden in Art History' in advance of the online conference 'Art History in Climate Change' taking place this month.

Grace Linden, who graduated earlier this academic year has had an article, "New York's downtown in Dan Colen's and Dash Snow's 'nests'" published in this month's Burlington Contemporary Journal. Grace's PhD was supervised by James Boaden.

Recent graduate Samantha Niederman's piece on Cedric Morris has been published on the Gainsborough's House website.  Samantha's PhD was supervised by Elizabeth Prettejohn.

Finally, Samantha Scott who is currently working on her PhD thesis supervised by Jason Edwards has also had an article published in Visual Culture in Britain Vol 21 2020, Issue 2: '"A Luminous Translation": Lithophanes at Woburn Abbey, 1836 to 1838.'

Congratulations to all of the above on their achievements, and to all of our students who are working so hard!  We are very proud of you all!