Instagram Stories: Collection Series with Laura Jenkins

Join us this Friday when Laura Jenkins will be taking over our Instagram Stories for the day, giving us an insight into her research at home. Laura is currently studying for a PhD at The Courtauld Institute of Art researching eighteenth-century French-style objects and interiors in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American residences. The title of … Continue reading Instagram Stories: Collection Series with Laura Jenkins

STIP: 2 PhD Studentships with the British Library (London, 29 May 2020)

Subject: STIP: 2 PhD Studentships with the British Library Durham/London and London/Bristol (United Kingdom) Application deadline: May 29, 2020 [1] Appropriating a Conqueror: The Legend of Alexander the Great in Late Antique and Medieval Literary Culture [2] The Michael Hamburger Archive: Mediating European Literature ___________ [1] PhD Studentship: Appropriating a Conqueror: The Legend of Alexander … Continue reading STIP: 2 PhD Studentships with the British Library (London, 29 May 2020)

Book Review: Paolo Coen, ed., The Art Market in Rome in the Eighteenth Century: A Study in the Social History of Art. Leiden: Brill, 2019 (review by Seren Nolan)

From our forthcoming newsletter:  In the study of European art markets during the long eighteenth century, Rome has occupied a curiously liminal position. Despite its centrality as a location for the formulation of taste in this period, the markets of Paris and London have, by comparison, received far more scholarly attention. Indeed, as Paolo Coen … Continue reading Book Review: Paolo Coen, ed., The Art Market in Rome in the Eighteenth Century: A Study in the Social History of Art. Leiden: Brill, 2019 (review by Seren Nolan)