Issued: Thu, 03 Nov 2016 10:26:00 GMT
University of Glasgow
The Glasgow Society of Lady Artists (1882-1942): A Feminist Sanctum of Opportunity, Visibility and Community?
2008 - 2009 MLitt Decorative Arts & Design History
2002 - 2007 MA (Hons) History & English Literature
Dr Marina Moskowitz (University of Glasgow)
Dr Frances Robertson (Glasgow School of Art)
David Robertson (Four Acres Charitable Trust)
Gendered spaces and use of space, modes of protest and activism, protest art, women's societies/organisations, Scottish industrial craft & design and history of technical design schools & art schools.
Previous Research Projects:
Glasgow's Gilded Age Project 1864-1914 brought together like minded organisations to help celebrate & promote the glamour & the grit of Glasgow's industrial design heritage within an international context.
ARCS Funded PhD
‘A school is not a product of any one person or of any one mind’: The Impact of Charles H Scott and other Scottish Artists on the Vancouver School of Applied Art and Design' in the forthcoming The Scottish Society for Art History Journal, Volume 25 (2019-2020).
‘Creating Connections: The Cross-Cultural Influence of the Glasgow Designer Grace Wilson Melvin (1892-1977)’, The Decorative Arts Journal, Volume 43 (2019).
‘Women’s Work Praised: The Glasgow Society of Lady Artists (1882-1938)’, The Scottish Society for Art History Journal, Volume 23 (2018-19).
‘Fivers, Footnotes and Frivolous Language: Women and Scottish History’, The Drouth, 2017.
‘Women and the Scottish past and present – how do we properly pay homage and why?, Bella Caledonia, 2016.