The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), Scotland’s National Academy, is to present Professor Kathryn Rudy with the award in recognition of her outstanding contribution to art history.
David Anderson, Director General of Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales, presents ‘The challenges of cultural democracy: St Fagans National Museum of History’.
Dr Agnès Bos publishes her recent book 'Mobilier du Moyen Âge et de la Renaissance La Collection du musée du Louvre'
The R&A Ransome Scholarship is available to graduate students from Canada, Mexico and the USA entering a one-year taught postgraduate course: MLitt, MRes, MSc.
This article offers a different account of the Physichromies, arguing that Cruz-Diez’s engagement with the language of European modernism remained closely connected to both Venezuelan and ‘American’ forms of identity.
This book tells the story of the development of the techniques used to communicate three-dimensional forms on the two-dimensional page and contemporary media.
The School of Art History has seven scholarships for full tuition available for students applying for the part time MLitt Museum and Gallery Studies course.
Dr Stephanie O’Rourke published an article on the relationship between history, selfhood, and serial portraiture in late eighteenth-century France in the journal Eighteenth-Century Studies.
Professor Kathryn Rudy has been named Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Jose Ramón Marcaida is co-author of the book Logodaedalus: Word Histories of Ingenuity in Early Modern Europe (University of Pittsburgh Press), which was published in January 2019.