Research seminars spring/summer 2012Past events
Seminars will be held on Mondays, 4.10-6.00 p.m. in Lecture Theatre 1, 43 Woodland Road, with drinks reception afterwards - all welcome!
- 30 January: Professor Andrew Ginger (University of Bristol), ‘Between Goya and Picasso: Problems of Community, Culture, and Modernity in Nineteenth-Century Hispanic Art’
- 13 February: Dr Tom Nickson (University of York), ‘Copying Cordoba? Islamicate Architecture in Medieval Iberia’
- 27 February: Professor Stephen Bann (University of Bristol), ‘Delaroche Again! The Genesis of King Charles Mocked by the Soldiers of Cromwell’
- 12 March: Dr Colin Cruise (Aberystwyth University), ‘New Narrative Spaces: Ford Madox Brown and Pictorial Composition’
- 23 April: Dr Mike O’Mahony (University of Bristol), ‘Thoroughly Modern Myron: Reinventing the Discobolus in the Era of the Modern Olympic Games, 1896-2012’
Postgraduate research presentations spring 2012
Presentations will take place on Wednesdays from 2.00pm - 5.00pm in Lecture Theatre 1, 43 Woodland Road. All Welcome!
- Jon Cannon, Reinventing Mary? Architecture, meaning and intention at the Outer North Porch, St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol
- Darrelyn Gunzberg,Giotto's secular work in Padua in the Northern Italian early Trecento
- Richard Fisher, The Discussion of 3 West Country Tudor Cathedrals between 1520-1560: The Reformation's affect on the sensory impression generated in these buildings and their manifestations of Renaissance culture
- Catherine Hunt, Gloves and Identity
- Erica O'Brien, Late fifteenth-century/early sixteenth-century Netherlandish art, with a focus on the five senses in devotional portraits in manuscript and panel painting
- Claire Yearwood, Mirrors in Victorian Painting
- Sophie Martin, Art Criticism in the Victorian Period
- Megan Sleeper, The relationship between art and the geological sciences in the 19th Century and the development of early geological imagery
- Emma Grey, Historic houses and their collections with Tyntesfield and Dartington as the main focus. She will talk about her work as Collections Co-ordinator at Dartington, which includes research into restructuring the collection, selling some pieces, etc.