A list of all Collaborative Doctoral Partnership student projects from October 2013 to 2018. This list is searchable and can be sorted per column.

Student NameSurnameProject TitlePartner OrganisationLead Partner co-supervisorUniversity PartnerLead University co-supervisorYear commencedStatus
ElizabethAdamsLiterary Cultures, Social Networks and the Railway Worker,
Science Museum Group / National Railway MuseumKaren BakerUniv. of StirlingProfessor Kirstie Blair2016current
RhianAddisonThe Landscape Painter's Studio in the Age of Exhibitions: Private galleries in London, from Gainsborough to Constable and Turner, c.1780-1855TateMartin MyroneUniversity of YorkRichard Johns2017current
EmilyAkkermansChronometry and Chronometers on British Voyages of Exploration, c.1815–c.1872
Thames Consortium - National Maritime MuseumDr Richard DunnUniv. of EdinburghProfessor Charles Withers2015current
MariaAlambritisModern Mistresses on the Old Masters:nineteenth century women writers on western European art - their networks and influenceNational Gallery/Bowes Museum - National GalleryDr Susanna Avery-QuashBirkbeck U o LProfessor Hilary Fraser2016current
CarolynAlexanderMackintosh, Materiality & the Immaterial: an investigation into the experience of aura in restored or replicated material in the Mackintosh Building Restoration ProjectScottish Cultural Heritage Consortium/ Historic Environment ScotlandRanald MacInnesGlasgow School of ArtDr Robyne Calvert2017current
GemmaAlmondCorrecting vision in nineteenth-century England: A social, cultural, medical and material history of spectaclesScience Museum Group - Science Museum(Tim Boon) and Stewart EmmensUniv. of SwanseaDavid Turner2015submitted
HollyAndersonPigment-additive interactions in synthetic emulsion materials and implications for the conservation of modern and contemporary artTateBronwyn OrmsbyLeedsElizabeth Willneff2017current
HollyAndersonPigment-additive interactions in synthetic emulsion materials and implications for the conservation of modern and contemporary artTateBronwyn OrmsbyLeeds UniversityElizabeth Willneff2018 (Jan)current
SonnyAngusThe Material Culture of Mass Politics in Scotland, c. 1815 - c. 1914Scottish Cultural Heritage Consortium - National Museums of ScotlandElaine EdwardsUniversity of EdinburghDr Gordon Pentland2017current
JuliaAnkenbrandObject Journeys; Co-production of collections knowledge and display at a national museum
British MuseumStuart Frost
Univ. of LeedsDr Helen Graham, Fine Art, Hist. of Art & Cultural Studies, Leeds2015current
LeeArnottConfronting a masculine military ideal: the experiences of
LGBTQ service personnel 1914–now
Imperial War MuseumBecky NewellBirkbeckMatt Cook2018current
Hazel AfsonehAtashroo2nd of group of 4 'Creative Communities' in Art & Design since the 1960s: Lessons for Socio-Economic Regeneration in a Globalized WorldTateLindsey FryerUniv. of SouthamptonJonathan Harris2013current
PatrickAtkinsonConservation varnishes at the National Gallery: studying their optical and material propertiesNational Gallery - Bowes Museum consortiumCatherine HiggittNottingham Trent UniversityHaida Liang2017current
XavierAure2.5D and 3D image capture and printing in the cultural heritage file:evaluation of current and developing technologies, potential applications and practical work-flowsNational GalleryJoseph PadfieldUniv. of the West of EnglandCarinna Parraman2014current
JackAverySatire, news and topical reading during the second and third Anglo Dutch Wars 1665 - 1675
Thames Consortium - National ArchivesJames Davey
Emma Jay (mat cover for Katy Mair) Joint with National Maritime Museum: Dr James Davey
Univ. of BristolDr Edward Holberton2016current
CarolineAveryMaking the Pulse: the Reception of the Stethoscope
in nineteenth century Britain, 1817-1870.
Science Museum Group - Science MuseumDr Oisín WallUniv. of LeedsDr Adrian Wilson and Dr Jonathan Topham
AnaBaezaSir Philip Hendy (1900-1980) director and scholar in Leeds and London 1934-1967: the acquisition and display of art and curatorial practices in ages of austerityNational GallerySusanna Avery-QuashUniv. of LeedsMark Westgarth2013completed
RobinBailliePerforming History: Scottish history painting and the visualisation of a national narrative, c.1800 - 1860Scottish Cultural Heritage Consortium - National Gallery of ScotlandPatricia Allerston; Helen SmailesUniv. of AberdeenProfessor Andrew Blaikie; John Morrison2016current
TabithaBakerThe Embroidery Trade in 18th-century FranceVictoria and Albert MuseumProfessor Lesley MillerWarwick Univ.Professor Giorgio Riello2015current
Anna BarrettBarrettThe impact of sociocultural and environmental change on air quality and respiratory health in the 4th Cataract, Sudan: a bioarchaeological perspective.British MuseumDr Daniel AntoineUniv. of DurhamProf. Charlotte Roberts, Archaeology, Durham2015current
JohnBealesSurviving modern war: the experience of British armed forces personnel during the Falklands Campaign, 1982Imperial War MuseumSimon Innes-RobbinsUniversity of KeeleHelen Parr2018current
CatherineBeckPatronage in the Royal Navy 1775-1815Thames Consortium - National Maritime MuseumJames DaveyUniv. College LondonStephen Conway2013completed
ErinBeestonSpaces of industrial heritage: a history of uses, perceptions and remaking of the Liverpool Road Station site, ManchesterScience Museum Group - Museum of Science and IndustryJack KirbyUniv. of ManchesterJames Sumner2013current
NathanBendPopular Radicalism in the Age of Reform: Government and localities, 1782-1832
Thames Consortium - National ArchivesDr Paul CarterThe Univ. of HertfordshireDr Katrina Navickas (primary supervisor)
Dr Robert Poole
EloiseBennettIntermediality: the transformation of art and literature within the international avant-garde, 1945-75, as referenced in the Nimai Chatterji archivesTateAdrian GlewEdinburghNeil Cox2017current
AlisonBennettCollecting in East Africa, 1880 to 1940: From the end of exploration
to colonisation and settlement
British MuseumDr Sarah LongairUniv. College LondonProfessor Margot Finn2014current
PujaBharadiaPreventive Conservation in Heritage Collections – from Material Degradation to Decision MakingThames Consortium - National ArchivesKostas NtanosUniv. College LondonMatija Strlic2013current
LawrenceBillingtonDefining the Potential of Ploughzone Lithic Scatters for Interpretation of the Final Palaeolithic and Mesolithic LandscapeHistoric EnglandJonathan Last - Landscape Strategy ManagerUniv. of ManchesterChantal Conneller2013completed
JuliaBinterThe Cultural Worlds of African Palm Oil: trade, consumption and museum collecting in Britain and Nigeria, 1850-1900Thames Consortium - National Maritime MuseumHeloise Finch-BoyerUniv. of OxfordDavid Zeitlyn2013current
ZoeBodenPerformance, Procession and Display in the Medieval Church 1200-1500Victoria and Albert MuseumGlyn DaviesUniv. of GlasgowDebra Strickland and Michael Michael2013completed
HelenaBonnettBarbara Hepworth: Practice, Interpretation, LegacyTateChris StephensRoyal College of ArtClaire Pajaczkowska and Vicky Walsh2013current
RachelBoonDollis Hill / Martlesham Heath, Project B: The Research Life of the Established ‘Station’ in the ‘long Cold War’: Analogue and Digital EraScience Museum Group - Science MuseumTilly BlythUniv. of ManchesterJeff Hughes2014current
JessicaBownesReassessing the Scottish Mesolithic-Neolithic transition: Questions of diet and timingScottish Heritage Consortium - Historic ScotlandIona MurrayUniv. of GlasgowPhilippa Ascough and Gordon Cook2013completed
NatalieBramallA study of Women Working in Leadership Positions
in Men’s Professional Football’
Sporting Heritage Consortia/National Football MuseumDr Kevin Moore, National Football MuseumUniv. of DurhamStacey Pope, Durham Univ.2016current
KatherineBreenWheeler and Sproson Architects: Modernity, Urbanity and ConservationScottish Heritage Consortium - Historic Environment ScotlandDiane WattersUniv. of Edinburgh: Edinburgh College of ArtMiles Glendinning and Alastair Fair2016current
DominicBridgeMusic publishing in the British Isles, 1750-1850British LibraryRupert RidgewellUniversity of LiverpoolMark Towsey2018current
JeremyBrownMaps and the Italian Grand Tour, 1660-ca. 1824British LibraryTom HarperRoyal Holloway U o LVeronica della Dora2015current
SimonBrowneSoldiers of stamina and daring: exploring the lives and legacies of Major General David Lloyd-Owen and Major General Orde Wingate.Imperial War MuseumsAnthony RichardsUniv. of ManchesterDr Max Jones and Dr Aaron Moore2016current
ToniBuckbyDigital Blackwork: re-embroidering blackwork textiles through interactive digital technologyVictoria & Albert MuseumSusan NorthSheffield Hallam UniversityBecky Shaw2018current
JennyBulstrodeInstrumentation and the Magnetic CrusadeThames Consortium - National Maritime MuseumRichard DunnUniv. of CambridgeSimon Schaffer2014current
LeeButcherWestminster on Sea: the political and cultural significance of Osbourne House, Isle of WightEnglish HeritageDr Andrew Hann, Senior Properties Historian, English Heritage
King’s College LondonProfessor David Green2014current
KathrynButlerThe impact of participating in British counterinsurgency campaigns, 1945-1977, on the psyche of British armed forces personnel
Imperial War MuseumsDr Simon RobinsOpen Univ.Dr Karl Hack and Dr Alex Tickell2014current
CarolButlerDigital Publishing Technologies and the ReaderBritish LibraryIan CookeCity Univ. LondonDr George Buchanan & Dr Stephann Makri2016current
JoshButtThe rise and fall of the Manchester motor industry, 1896-1939Science Museum Group - Museum of Science and IndustryJan ShearsmithManchester Met. MuseumCraig Horner2015current
LiamByrneThe Future Life of the Viola da Gamba: Historical Performance in the 21st centuryVictoria and Albert MuseumProfessor Bill ShermanGuildhall School of Music & DramaDr Cormac Newark2016current
IaraCaltonFrom Water to Steam: The transition from renewable energy to coal during Scotland’s Industrial RevolutionHistoric Environment Scotland(1) Dr Miles Oglethorpe (2) Christopher FleetUniversity of Glasgow(1) Dr Simon Naylor (2) Professor Paul Bishop2018current
ClareCanningReligious Heritage in Transition: Sikh Places of Worship in EnglandHistoric EnglandLinda Monckton Historic EnvironmentUniv. of LeicesterDeidre O'Sullivan Ruth Young2013current
MikeCareyThe Russian Revolution: New Centenary Perspectives
British LibraryKatya RogatchevskaiaUniv. of NorthamptonNick Baron and Sarah Badcock2014completed
ClareCarolinContemporary Art and Conflict at IWMImperial War MuseumsSara BevanUniv. of OxfordProfessor Anthony Gardner and
Mr Paul Bonaventura
DougCarrRoman coins from Hadrian's Wall and the Northern Frontier ZoneHistoric England/English HeritageDr Frances McIntoshNewcastle University with Cardiff UniversityDr James Gerrard and Dr Peter Guest2018current
OliverCarter-WakefieldThe cameraman’s experience of the Second World War: a study of the Army Film and Photographic Unit’s ‘dope sheets’Imperial War MuseumsFiona Kelly Durham UniversityDr Joanna Fox2017current
ChristopherCassidyFuture Proofing The Heritage Value Of The Commonwealth Games Scotland Archive and Associated Cultural Memories Of Team Scotland.Sporting Heritage Consortia - Commonwealth games ScotlandJon Doig,University of StirlingProfessor Richard Haynes2018current
PardaadChamsazStefan Zweig literary manuscriptsBritish LibrarySusan ReedUniv. of BristolDr Steffan Davies and Professor Robert Vilain
Elaine       Charwat         Nature of replication: Natural History Museums and the circulation of casts and models?Oxford University Museums; Oxford University Museum of Natural HistoryMark CarnallUniversity College LondonAlice Stevenson2018current
Maria AlessandraChessaThe Silent Revolution. The technological agency of paper in the early modern culture: A study across Italy and EnglandVictoria and Albert MuseumMarta AjmarRoyal College of ArtAngela McShane2013current
HelenChittockAesthetics of the Everyday in Iron Age East YorkshireBritish MuseumJody JoyUniv. of SouthamptonAndrew Jones2013completed
JonathanClarkeEnglish Office Buildings c.1900 - 1939Historic EnglandKathryn Morrison, Assessment Team Manager (East)
Univ. of CambridgeDr Frank Salmon2014current
JaneClarkeA review of the impact of women’s military or wartime
service in the aftermath of the First World War, based on IWM’s journal collections.
Imperial War MuseumsSarah PatersonUniv. of ManchesterProfessor Penny Summerfield and Dr Charlotte Wildman2016current
AlisonClarkeAuthenticity and Attribution in the Agnew's and National Gallery Archives 1855-1932
National GalleryAlan CrookhamUniv. of LiverpoolAlexandrina Buchanan2014completed
ChristianClarksonScottish Monastic PlanningScottish Cultural and Heritage Consortium - Historic ScotlandKirsty OwenUniv. of St AndrewsJulian Luxford2014current
KathyCloughMaurice Broomfield goes digital: curating and interpreting institutional photographic archives in the digital realmThe Victoria and Albert MuseumMartin BarnesUniv. of NewcastleDr Areti Galani and Tom Schofield2017 (Jan)current
KathrynCloughMaurice Broomfield goes digital: curating and interpreting institutional photographic archives in the digital realmVictoria and Albert MuseumMartin BarnesUniv. of NewcastleDr Areti Galani and Tom Schofield2016current
PaulColemanDanger – High Voltage: the rise of megavolt electricity supply in 20th century BritainScience Museum Group - Museum of Science and IndustryAlice CliffUniv. of LeedsGraeme Gooday2014current
RebeccaCollNoble Frankland and the reinvention of the Imperial War Museum 1960-1982Imperial War MuseumsRoger SmitherUniv. of CambridgeDavid Reynolds2013completed
JodieCollinsAmerican Political Pamphlets 1920-1945The British Library Dr Mercedes AguirreUniversity of SussexDr Susan Currell2017current
AmyConcannonThe 'unnatural' landscape: visualisations of the urban scene, 1800-1850TateDavid Blayney BrownUniv. of NorthamptonNicholas Alfrey2013current
HannahConnellStudying migration and diaspora through Russian language publishingThe British LibraryKatya RogatchevskaiaKing's College LondonProfessor Stephen Lovell2017current
CharlotteConnellyInvestigating the flow of electrical ideas through the instruments of their discovery, from 1800 – 1850Science Museum Group - Science MuseumTim Boon/Alison BoyleUniv. of CambridgeHasok Chang2014current
JordanCookSettings and Subjects in Early Netherlandish PaintingNational Gallery - Bowes Museum consortiumDr Susan Foister University of YorkJeanne Nuechterlein2017current
SamCottrellVisualising historic time to integrate data across multiple datasetsThames Consortium - National ArchivesDr Sonia RanadeRoyal College of ArtDr StephenBoyd-Davis2014current
AndrewCummingsMedia Art Histories in Asia: Politics, Identity, ResistanceTateSook-Kyung LeeCourtauld Institute of ArtWenny Teo2017current
AmbraD'AntoneGlobal Surrealism: Tracing International NetworksTateMatthew GaleCourtauld Institute of ArtGavin Parkinson2017current
LukeDaleEarly Neanderthal social and behavioural complexity during the Purfleet Interglacial: the evidence from the stone tool recordBritish MuseumDr. Nick AshtonDurham UniversityMark White2017current
MarkDaltonEarly Bronze Age British funerary vessels: technological, social and ritual transformationsBritish MuseumDr Neil WilkinUniv. College LondonProfessor Mike Parker Pearson2016current
EvgeniaDammerCeramic Traditions of Early Northern China: Painted Pottery in ContextBritish MuseumMichela SpataroOxfordAnke Hein2017current
JackDavyMiniaturisation and Material Culture in Native North America: A study of concept and practiceBritish MuseumJago CooperUniv. College LondonLudovic Coupaye2013completed
DeborahDawkinLiterary Translation - Genre, Process and CollaborationBritish LibraryRachel FossUniv. College LondonJudith Beniston2013current
LloydDeBeerAlabaster Carvings of Medieval England in their Wider ContextBritish MuseumMichael Lewis and Dora ThorntonUniv. of East AngliaSandy Heslop2013current
Karendi FrancoForms, Strategies and Contexts of Publishing in Modern and Contemporary Art Practice (1960s to the present day)TateMaxine MillerUniv. of ReadingDr Ruth Blacksell2015current
AminaDiabRe-displaying the Modern: A History of Artistic Networks and institutions in the Middle East
and North Africa 1947-1989
TateMorad MontazamiUniv. of YorkJo Applin2015current
RachelDishingtonEngineering ‘Modern’ Scotland: The Stevenson Maps and Plans and Scotland’s Built Infrastructure, c.1800–c.1900Scottish Cultural Heritage Consortium - National Library of ScotlandChristopher FleetUniversity of EdinburghProf Charles Withers2017current
CharlotteDixonSailing the Monsoon Winds in Miniature: Model boats as evidence for Indian Ocean maritime technologies and culturesBritish MuseumJD HillUniv. of SouthamptonLucy Blue2013completed
CaitlinDohertyRepresentations of Flight: The Eighteenth Century Imagination and Modern CollectionsScience Museum Group - Science MuseumBoris Jardine and David RooneyUniv. of CambridgeSimon Schaffer and Patricia Fara2013current
MarkDolanMiniature boats and maritime culture in Iron Age Cyprus: Model clay boats reassessed.The British MuseumJeremy Hill (2) Thomas KielyUniversity of SouthamptonLucy Blue (2) Julian Wainwright2018current
EloiseDonnellyCollecting Renaissance decorative arts and the making of the modern museum, 1850 – 1900.British MuseumDr Dora ThorntonUniv. of CambridgeProf Peter Mandler, History, Cambridge2015current
JessicaDouthwaiteVoices of the Cold WarImperial War MuseumsRichard McDonoughUniv. of StrathclydeProfessor Arthur McIvor and Dr Emma Newlands
AliceDoyleArchive and Narrative in the 2014 Scottish Independence ReferendumScottish Cultural Heritage Consortium - National Library of ScotlandEilidh MacGloneUniversity of StirlingDr Scott Hames2017current
KatrinaDringNorth to the Artic: a Scottish view of Inuit technology
1779 – 1939
Scottish Heritage Consortium - National Museum of ScotlandHenrietta Lidchi; Jonathan KingUniv. of AberdeenAlison Brown; Nancy Wachowich2016current
FredericoDuarte‘‘Our poor, beautiful and culturally rich country’: the contemporary challenge of Brazilian design’
Victoria and Albert MuseumJana ScholzeBirkbeck U o LLuciana Martins2014current
CallumEastonThe 1797 naval mutinies at Spithead and the NoreThames Consortium - National Maritime Museum and National Archives
1. James Davey (NMM) and 2. Bruno Pappalardo (TNA)Univ. of CambridgeDr Renaud Morieux2016current
FrancescaElliottPower-assisted learning? Exhibiting, interpreting and teaching on technology in the twentieth-century industrial cityScience Museums and Archives Consortium/ Museum of Science & Industry ManchesterJan Hicks, Museum of Science and IndustryUniversity of ManchesterJames Sumner2017current
Oxford University Museums/Ashmolean MuseumDr Milena MelfiUniversity of LeicesterSandra Dudley2017current
TomEnsomTechnical Narratives:method, purpose, use and value in the representation and analysis of software based art
TateDr Pip LaurensonKing’s College LondonDr Mark Hedges2014current
RosannaEvansInstrumental learning? Object lessons in recapturing past science teachingScience Museum Group - Science MuseumJane Desborough (ScM), Alison BoyleUniversity of LeedsGraeme Gooday2018current
JanFaullExpeditionary Film, Geographical Science and Media CultureRoyal Geographical Society with IBGCatherine SouchRoyal Holloway U o LFelix Driver2013current
SammyFieldTeeth and their use for estimating age at death in British Archaeological RemainsHistoric EnglandSimon Mays - Human Skeletal BiologistUniv. of SouthamptonDr Sonia Zakrzewski2015current
AcatiaFinbowThe History of Performance at the TateTateDr Jennifer MundyUniv. of EssexProfessor Gabriella Giannachi2014completed
JamesFinchDavid Sylvester: Writings about Art
TateJennifer MundyUniv. of KentMartin Hammer2013completed
LiamFitzgeraldMerit, Competition, and the Visual/Material Culture of Useful Knowledge: the Collection of Scientific Prize Medals at the British MuseumThe British MuseumPhilip Attwood (2) Barrie CookKing’s College LondonAnna Maerker (2) Anne Goldgar2018current
PaulFlintoffArchaeological Paleoenvironmental Archives: challenges and potentialHistoric England/English HeritageDuncan H BrownUniversity of ReadingMartin Bell2017current
CatarinaFontouraPicturing Mato Gross, 1967-69: Expeditionary Science and Salvage Fieldwork
Science Museum Group - Royal SocietyKeith MooreBirkbeck U o LDr Luciana Martins2014current
JohnFordRinging the changes: the social significance of finger-rings in Roman BritainBritish MuseumRichard HobbsUniv. of ReadingHella Eckardt2014current
JanineFrancoisIn what ways does art in the museum context provide a safe space to ask difficult questions around culture and race?TateLeanne TurveyUniv. of BedfordshireProfessor Uvanney Maylor2016current
TamsynFraserLivestock and Landscape: changing husbandry, livestock improvement and landscape enclosure in late and post-medieval EnglandHistoric EnglandAndrew Lowerre - Archaeologist (Spatial Analysis)
Poly Baker - Senior Zooarchaeologist

Univ. of SheffieldDr Umberto Albarella2015current
IngaFraserTowards Artists' Moving Image: Film and Cinematic Consciousness, Britain 1896-1966TateAndrew WilsonRoyal College of ArtProfessor Barry Curtis2016current
ChrisFreemanThe Imperial Wireless Chain, circa. 1900-1940Science Museums and Archives Consortium/ BT ArchivesMr. David HayDavid Hay, BT ArchivesRichard Noakes2017current
AnnaFrickerA study of the conservation of polymeric materials in museum collections using advanced surface science and surface analysis techniquesVictoria and Albert MuseumBrenda KeneghanImperial College LondonDavid McPhail2013completed
LaurenFried‘Androgyny and cross-dressing in British pop and performance (c.1967- 1990): a material history’
Victoria and Albert MuseumVictoria BroackesRoyal College of ArtJane Pavitt2014current
NicolaFroggattFrom ‘wretched savages’ to the world’s ‘most beautiful’ artefacts: British ethnographic collections from Western AustraliaBritish MuseumGaye SculthorpeRoyal Holloway CollegeZoë Laidlaw2017current
KateFulcherColour in the New Kingdom town: the technology of painted vernacular architecture at Amara West and Tell el-AmarnaBritish MuseumJanet AmbersUniv. College LondonIan Freestone2013completed
LydiaFurseWomen in British Rugby Union: A Social and Cultural History, c. 1880-2016Sporting Heritage Consortia/World Rugby MuseumPhil McGowanDe Montfort UniversityProfessor Tony Collins,2017current
SallyGannonThe Decca Record Company of the 1960s and 1970s: The Legacy of Christopher Raeburn
British LibraryNicolas BellUniv. of SheffieldDr Dominic McHugh and Dr David Patmore
CharlotteGarsideWomen in Chancery: An analysis of Chancery as a women's court of redress in 17th century England
Thames Consortium - National ArchivesDr Amanda BevanThe Univ. of HullDr Amanda Louise Capern2014current
KatherineGazzardPortraiture and the British Naval Officer, 1739-1805
Thames Consortium - National Maritime MuseumChristine Riding
Dr Lucy Peltz
Univ. of East AngliaDr Sarah Monks2015current
PeterGoodFactories of Trade and Empire': Basra, Baghdad and the East India Company c.1620-1822.British LibraryPenny Brooke and Margaret MakepeaceUniversity of EssexMark Frost2013completed
MatthewGoodmanScientific Instruments and Expeditionery Science in the Nineteenth Century: Robertg Were Fox's Dip Circle
Royal SocietyKeith MooreUniv. of GlasgowDr Simon Nayler2014current
HelenGoulston (nee Jonas)Where art and science meet: art and design at Oxford
University Museum of Natural History
Oxford University Museum of Natural HistoryProfessor Paul SmithUniversity of BirminghamClaire Jones2017current
GeorgeGreenGold Coinage in the Roman WorldOxford Univ. Museums - AshmoleanProfessor Christopher Howgego
and Professor Mark Pollard
Warwick Univ.Professor Kevin Butcher2016current
SabineGrimshawPacifism and protest: anti-war sentiment in IWM collections
Imperial War MuseumsMatt BrosnanUniv. of LeedsIngrid Sharp and Professor Alison Fell2014completed
NikkiGroutLegacies of Collecting, Collaboration and Co-production:
The British Museum and West Africa
British MuseumDr John GiblinBrighton Univ.Dr Claire Wintle2016current
SofiaGurevichReporting the Revolution: The Artist as Witness, Critic and PropaganistTateDr Matthew GaleCourtauld Institute of ArtDr Klara Kemp-Welch2015current
HelenGushThe World Theatre Season and the Internationalisation of the British StageVictoria and Albert MuseumBill Sherman (replacing Kate Dorney)Queen Mary U o LMaria Delgado2013completed
HannahGwytherFrom sea to sea. Working techniques and trade in organic luxuries from the Indian Ocean to the Mediterranean (1500-500 BCE)British MuseumAlexandra FletcherBristolTamar Hodos2017current
AliceHaigh‘Research is the door of tomorrow’: the networks and culture of the Post Office Research Stations, Dollis Hill and Martlesham, c. 1910-1983Science Museum Group - Science MuseumTilly BlythUniv. of LeedsGraeme Gooday2013current
LoisHainesThe Workshop and its Painters: Perugino and the Perugineschi in Florence and PerugiaNational Gallery - Bowes Museum consortiumThe Warburg Institute, University of LondonMichelle O’Malley2017current
ColinHardingHorace Nicholls: artist-photographer at war.Imperial War MuseumsHilary RobertsBrighton Univ.Professor Darren Newbury and Professor Francis Hodgson2016current
SarahHarperThe Cold War in Scotland: Technology, Heritage and the British Warfare StateNational Museums Scotland(1) Dr Sam Alberti (2) Dorothy KiddUniversity of Stirling(1) Professor Holger Nehring (2)Professor Sîan Jones2018current
AmyHarrisCanonising British Sculpture: Chantrey and the Chantrey Bequest
TateDr Caroline Corbeau-ParsonsUniv. of YorkProfessor Jason Edwards2014current
JohannesHartmannMoney for Inflation: Histories of Notgeld in Germany, 1914-1923British MuseumDr Barrie CookUniv. College LondonProfessor Bernhard Rieger2016current
NaomiHarveyCollecting and preserving access to Intangible Cultural
Heritage within the digital environment: evaluating new models for Scotland
Scottish Cultural & Heritage Consortium - National Library of ScotlandAlistair Bell & Dr Hugh HaganHeriot-Watt Univ.Professor Máiréad Nic Craith; Dr Katherine Lloyd2016current
GeorgiaHaseldineRadical Portraiture 1789-1815Thames Consortium - National Portrait GalleryDr Lucy PeltzQueen Mary U o LProfessor Barbara Taylor
Professor John Barrell
AmyHealeyThe National Football Museum as a Cultural InstitutionSproting Heritage Consortia/National Football MusuemDr Justine ReillyUCLANProfessor John Hughson,2017current
ElisabethHeathThe early National Portrait Gallery and Sir George Scharf: creating an intellectual and professional artistic world, 1770-1909Thames Consortium - National Portrait GalleryPeter FunnelUniv. of SussexMeaghan Clarke2013completed
EmiliaHendersonEngland and France: Manuscripts 700-1200The British LibraryKathleen DoyleUniversity of LeicesterProfessor Joanna Story2017current
RosieHigmanOpen Access and the role of the national libraryBritish LibraryTorsten ReimerUniversity of SheffieldStephen Pinfield2018current
EmmaHillThe Royal Observatory, Greenwich, and its networks of support and influence, 1675-1742Thames Consortium - National Maritime MuseumRichard Dunn (NMM); Louise Devoy (NMM)University of KentRebekah Higgitt; Charlotte Sleigh2018current
AmandaHilliamThe Imagined Made Real:  the interaction between sculpture and painting in the work of Carlo CrivelliNational GalleryDr Caroline CampbellOpen Univ.Dr Marika Leino2015current
BethHodgettVisual Archaeology: the photographic character of the
archaeology of O.G.S. Crawford.
Oxford University Museums/ Pitt RiversProfessor Chris GosdenBirkbeck Universiry of LondonLesley McFadyen2017current
JulieHolderCollecting the Nation: Scottish history, patriotism and antiquarianism after Scott, (1832-91)Scottish Heritage Consortium - National Museum of ScotlandStuart Allan; Fraser HunterUniv. of GlasgowCatriona MacDonald; Dauvit Broun2016current
AlastairHorneDigital Publishing and the Reader: Interactions between Readers and Writers of Creative Texts in Digital EnvironmentsBritish LibraryStella WisdomBath Spa Univ.Professor Kate Pullinger2016current
LieskeHuitsA New Visual Narrative of 19th Century HistoricismVictoria & Albert MuseumOlivia Horsfall TurnerUniversity of CambridgeCaroline van Eck2018current
JoannaHullHeritage BIM - New ways of digital data management for the historic built environment.Historic EnglandPaul BryanUniv. of ReadingDr Ian J Ewart2016current
HumphriesAn Oral History of England and Team GB Women’s International Hockey Representatives, 1951 to the 2016 OlympicsNational Football Musuem/ The Hockey MuseumDr Katie DoddUniversity of WolverhamptonProfessor Jean Williams,2018current
JamesInglisTypewriters and Commerce in Scotland, 1870s-1920sScottish Cultural Heritage Consortium/ National Museums of ScotlandSam AlbertiUniversity of St AndrewsDr Aileen Fyfe2017current
CiaranJohnsonThe Railways and the Making of Upland Britain: the Lifecycle of an Envirotechnical RegimeScience Museum Group, National Railway MuseumAnthony Coulls (lead)University of NorthumbriaMatthew Kelly2018current
AyshahJohnstonVagrancy and Poverty in the Post-Emancipation Anglophone Caribbean, 1834-1900.Thames Consortium - National ArchivesDr Daniel GilfoyleUniv. of NewcastleDr Joan Allen2015current
EleanorJonesBeyond Bloomsbury: Queer, Art, Race, 1900-40TateDr Clare BarlowKing’s College LondonProfessor Mark Turner2015current
ErikaJonesMaking the Oceans Visible: Science and Technology on the Challenger Expedition (1872-1876)Thames Consortium - National Maritime MuseumHeloise Finch-BoyerUniv. College LondonSimon Werrett2014current
CatherineJonesSwords in Iron Age BritainBritish MuseumJulia FarleyManchesterMelanie Giles2017current
MelanieKeableApplication of Covers to Conserve Historic Marble and Metal MonumentsEnglish HeritageDavid ThickettUniv. College LondonMatija Strlic2013current
RebeccaKearney“False Teeth for the Masses”: Artificial Teeth as Technologies, Prostheses and Commodities in Britain, 1848-1948Science Museums and Archives Consortium/ Science MuseumOisín Wall, Science MuseumUniversity of KentClaire L. Jones2017current
TanyaKennyBritain’s Railways in the Great War, 1914-1918Science Museum Group - National Railway MuseumTim ProcterUniv. of AberdeenAnthony Heywood2013current
TessaKilgarriffThe production, transmission and reception of engraved and photographic theatrical portraits in the mid-19th century and their contribution to the promoton of celebrity
Thames Consortium - National Portrait GalleryRobin FrancisUniv. of BristolDr Dot Price2014current
CharlotteLauderThe People’s Friend? Recovering Scottish Popular Magazine CultureNational Libraries Scotland(1) Dr Graham Hogg (2) Ian ScottUniversity of Strathclyde(1) Professor Kirstie Blair (2) Dr David Goldie2018current
RebeccaLawtonUnderstanding the Anglo-Saxons: the English and Continental manuscript evidenceBritish LibraryDr Claire BreayUniv. of LeicesterProfessor Joanna Story2015current
ErikaLedermannThe South Kensington Museum and Women Commercial PhotographersThe Victoria and Albert MuseumMarta Weiss & Martin BarnesDe MontfortDr Kelley Wilder2017current
EmmeLedgerwoodThe Changing Cultures of Government Science since 1979: Exploring Privatisation and Commercialisation through Life HistoriesBritish LibraryDr Rob Perks,Univ. of LeicesterDr Sally Horrocks and
Professor Stuart Ball
LouisaLeeConceptual Art in Britain 1964 - 79TateDr Andrew WilsonUniv. of YorkDr Jo Applin2014current
JudithLeeModern British Oils: history, formulation and use

TateBronwyn OrmsbyCourtauld Institute of ArtAviva Burnstock2013completed
MatthewLeePrivate reflections and public pronouncements: Caribbean slavery in the Scottish consciousness,1750-1834National Libraries Scotland(1) Dr Ralph McLean (2) Robert BetteridgeUniversity of Aberdeen(1) Dr Catherine Jones (2) Professor Patience Schell2018current
JontyLees3 of 4 'Creative Communities' in Art and Design since the 1960s Lessons for Socio-Economic Regeneration in a Globalised World
TateLindsay FryerUniv. of Southampton2014current
AlexLeighBeneath the archive: Understanding users' mental models of digital archives to inform user-centred design for humanities researchThames Consortoum - The National ArchivesAlec Mulinder ; Sarra HamdiCity, University of LondonStephann Makri/ Alex Taylor2018current
RhiannonLewisDigitised collections and the social museum: the (re)use of images of objects in the collections of the Science Museum GroupScience Museum Group - the Science MuseumJohn Stack (ScM); Jessica Bradford (One Collection)School of Advanced Study, University of LondonJane Winters2018current
AmyLimTo investigate courtier art patronage and to interrogate the notion that by 1714 the court had declined as a sphere of influenceTateTabitha BarberOxford UniversityHannah Smith2017current
KatieLissamoreArt history scholarship between the 1820s and the 1870s: the role of the Eastlake Library at the National GalleryThe National Gallery/Bowes MuseumSusanna Avery Quash & Jonathan FranklinRobert Gordon University, AberdeenDr Peter H. Reid2018current
GeorginaLocktonScience, Technology and Road Safety in the Motor AgeScience Museums and Archives Consortium/ Science MuseumOliver Carpenter, Science MuseumLeicester UniversitySimon Gunn2017current
CarrieLong"Yours Obediently, Sincerely and Humbly"? The social agency of petitioning, c. 1789-1860Thames Consortium - National Maritime Museum/TNARobert Blyth ; Paul Carter ; Katie FoxUniversity of DurhamRichard Huzzey, Andy Wood2018current
HannahLyonsMaking an impression: British women printmakers in the long eighteenth centuryThe Victoria and Albert MuseumSarah Grant & Gill SaundersBirkbeckDr Kate Retford2017current
AllanMaddenThe Gallerist as Publisher: a critical history
from 1900 to the present
Scottish Cultural and Heritage Consortium - National Galleries of ScotlandKerry Watson,Librarian, SNGMAUniv. of EdinburghNeil Cox, Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art2014current
AlexandraMagubReligious and political propaganda on Parthian coins of the second century BCBritish MuseumVesta CurtisSchool of African and Oriental StudiesSarah Stewart2013completed
AnnaMaguireColonial cultures and encounters of the First World WarImperial War MuseumsSuzanne BardgettKing’s College LondonSantanu Das2013completed
ChandanMahalFamily history, place and diasporaScience Museum Group - Royal Geographical Society with IBGDr Catherine SouchQueen Mary U o LProfessor Alison Blunt2014current
DavidMalikUrban Art Forms in Freetown, Sierra Leone, and Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, and their Roles in the Making of Diasporic Identities in Communities in London, United KingdomVictoria and Albert MuseumGill SaundersSchool of African and Oriental StudiesDr Charles Gore

HannahManktelowProvincial Shakespeare Performance & AdaptationBritish LibraryTim PyeUniv. of NorthamptonPeter Kirwan2013completed
EmilyMarsden2016: Media in the First World WarScience Museum Group - National Media MuseumMichael TerweyUniv. of DurhamJo Fox and Jonathan Long2013current
PeterMartinInternational networks and cosmopolitan science: Geographical Societies and Greenland, c.1880 to 1939'
Royal Geographical Society with IBGCatherine SouchUniv. of OxfordRichard Powell2015current
HannahMawdsleyA review of the worldwide effects and impact of Spanish InfluenzaImperial War MuseumsDr Simon RobbinsQueen Mary U o LDr Rhodri Hayward and Dr Mark Honigsbaum
JaneMcArthurThe Scars of War: London Ruins, Photography and MemoryImperial War MuseumsAlan WakefieldUniv. of EdinburghElla Chmielewska2013current
KatieMcElvanneyThe Russian Revolutions and Civil Wars: Journalism and the Media - 1905-1924
British LibraryKatya RogatchevskaiaQueen Mary U o LDr Jeremy Hicks and Dr Jonathan Smele
PaulineMcGonagleDisinheritance and identity constructions in the writing and archive of Ruth Prawer JhabvalaBritish LibraryRachel FossUniv. of ExeterDr Florian Stadtler
Dr Laura Salisbury
AnnaMcKayThe History of British Prison Hulks, 1776-1864Thames Consortium - National Maritime MuseumDr James DaveyUniv. of LeicesterClare Anderson2015current
JessieMcLaughlinQueering Curatorial Learning Practice: Enhancing Access for Young and Diverse Audiences within the Art MuseumTateMark MillerGoldsmiths CollegeKristen Kreider (and Michelle Williams-Gamaker)2018current
MaryMcMahonPicturing the Antipodes: race, image and empire in 19th century BritainBritish MuseumDr Gaye SculthorpeRoyal Holloway U o LDr Zoë Laidlaw2016current
JoshuaMcMullanDefending Modernity? Communicating With the Public about Nuclear Energy: Historical PerspectivesThames Consortium, The National ArchivesDr Stephen TwiggeUniversity of LeicesterSally Horrocks2017current
LindsayMcNaughtonArchiving the Revolution: Collecting French History in Nineteenth Century BritainNational Gallery/Bowes Museum Bowes MuseumAdrian JenkinsUniv. of DurhamDr Tom Stammers2016current
KajalMeghaniThe Global and the National: South Asian Collectors at the British MuseumThe British MuseumSushma Jansari (2) Jeremy HillUniversity of BrightonClaire Wintle (2) Louise Purbrick2018current
SashaMillwoodThe Music of Thea Musgrave: an analysis based on the manuscript sourcesBritish LibraryRichard ChesserUniv. of GlasgowMartin Parker Dixon2015current
Georgina (George)MindWhat can a woman do with a camera? Women and the practice of studio portraiture, 1890s-1960sThames Consortium, National Portrait GallerySabina Jaskot-GillUniversity of WestminsterLucy Soutter2017current
DougMitchellClamp or Draw?: Lime kilns, lime provenance and lime kilns as status symbol in the era of high farming in ScotlandScottish Heritage Consortium - Historic Environment ScotlandClare TorneyUniv. of GlasgowPaul Bishop2015current
BryonyMoodyHeritage Data Analytics - Sustainable strategies for large and complex stratigraphic and chronometric dataHistoric EnglandMr Keith MayUniversity of SheffieldDr Caitlin Buck & Dr Gianna Ayala2018current
FrancesMorganElectronic Music Studios in musical, commercial and international perspectiveScience Museum Group - Science MuseumTim BoonRoyal College of ArtDavid Crowley2015current
RebeccaMorrisonThe mantua-maker in England during the long eighteenth centuryVictoria and Albert MuseumSusan NorthQueen Mary U o LProfessor Amanda Vickery2016current
JoeMulhernSlavery, Independence and Empire: Britain and Latin America c1791-1888
British LibraryBeth CooperUniv. of LiverpoolDr Richard Huzzey2014current
MariannMulveyA critical examination of the ‘Public Programme’ within contemporary art institutionsTateMarko DanielBirkbeck U o LDr Ben Cranfield2016current
SarahMurphy–YoungConstructing and Consuming Imagined Futures: Advertising Healthcare to Publics and Professionals in Twentieth-century BritainScience Museums and Archives Consortium/ Science MusuemOisín Wall, Science Museum;Leeds UniversityJames Stark2017current
ChloeNahumThe First World War and the SensesImperial War MuseumPaul CornishUniversity of OxfordSantanu Das2018current
PaulNaylorIslamic Pluralism in the Political History of the Central Sahel: A Critical Study of
Arabic Sources for West African History
British LibraryMarion WallaceUniv. of BirminghamDr Benedetta Rossi2014current
SusanNewellMuseum collections, academic teaching, and the making of geology in the nineteenth-century universityOxford University Museums; Oxford University Museum of Natural History & AshmoleanEliza Howlett, Jim Harris, Kate DistonUniversity of LeedsJonathan Topham2018current
BenNewmanGeography in Dialogue: Print Culture at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) c. 1830 - c.2000
Science Museum Group - Royal Geographical Society with IBGDr Catherine SouchRoyal Holloway U o LDr Innes Keighren2014current
LauraNewmanMaking germs real: creating, performing and learning about a dangerous invisible thing in the public sphere, c.1860-1930Science Museum Group - Science MuseumRobert BudKing’s College LondonAnna Maerker2013current
KatyNorrisThe Emancipation of Women Artists: Strategies of Promotion and Influence in the Edwardian Art World (1880-1918)TateEmma ChambersUniv. of BristolDr Grace Brockington2016current
JennyNorton-WrightShifting Landscapes: Mapping the Intellectual Writing Traditions of Islamic Southeast AsiaBritish LibraryAnnabel GallopSOAS University of LondonMulaika Hijjas2018current
NaomiOppenheimFuture Pasts: British-Caribbean Popular Culture and the Politics of History, 1948-1998The British LibraryDr Elizabeth CooperUniversity College LondonDr Kate Quinn2017current
BenedettaPaciniNavigating the Canals. Making and Moving Venetian Renaissance PaintingsNational GalleryDr Matthias WivelWarwick Univ.Dr Louise Bourdua2015current
AmerdeepPanesarBeyond the Boundary: Cricket and Community in England,
Marylebone Cricket Club MuseumNeil Robinson, Marlylebone Cricket Club MuseumUniv. of LeicesterDr Prashant Kidambi, Univ. of Leicester2016current
ChloePearceOptimisation of Environmental Control in Museum Collections of Bone and IvoryHistoric England/English HeritageDavid ThickettBirkbeck College, University of LondonMarianne Odlyha2017current
BarbaraPezziniMaking a Market for Art: Agnew's and the National Gallery, 1850-1944
National GalleryAlan CrookhamUniv. of ManchesterHelen Rees Leahy2014completed
HelenPielThe Working Life of Evolutionary Biologists: Exploring the
Culture of Scientific Research through the Personal Archive of John Maynard Smith (1920-2004)
British LibraryJonathan PledgeUniv. of LeedsProfessor Gregory Radick2016current
Christian FriedrichPoskeReligious music of South Asia: continuity and change in performance and meaningBritish LibraryDr Janet Topp FargionSchool of African and Oriental StudiesProf. Richard Widdess2015current
BrigidPowerUsing Sports Heritage To Promote Diversity, Equality and Social Inclusion: A Case Study of Rugby League’s Heritage ProgrammesSporting Heritage Consortia - Rugby League CaresBridget PowerDe Montfort UniversityProfessor Tony Collins2018current
ClairePriceBeyond the List': critical examination of impact of statutory and non-statutory heritage lists on the national management of heritage in EnglandHistoric EnglandDr Joe FlatmanUniv. of YorkDr Gill Chitty2016current
ThomasProbertThe impact of participating in British counterinsurgency campaigns on British armed forces personnel, 1945-1975.Imperial War MuseumsDr Simon Innes-RobbinsOpen Univ.Dr Karl Hack and Dr Alex Tickell2016current
RoxanneRavenhillThe importance of being specialist? The impact of component suppliers on metropolitan building and decorating practicesThe Victoria and Albert MuseumSimona Valeriani & Christopher MarsdenRCADr Sarah Teasley2017current
EllaRaviliousCollecting Photographs in the South Kensington Museum (1850s-1870s)Victoria & Albert MuseumMartin BarnesDe Montfort UniversityKelley Wilder2018current
MargaretReadThe application of Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) to the study of vitreous materials in museums collectionsBritish MuseumDr Capucine KorenbergNottingham Trent UniversityHaida Liang2017current
HannahReevesWomen and the ‘railway family’ (1900- 48)Science Museum Group - National Railway MuseumJohn McGoldrickKeele Univ.Karen Hunt2014current
BenjaminRegalConserving doped fabric aircraft: historic origins; heritage outcomesScience Museum Group - Science MuseumLouisa BurdenImperial College LondonMary Ryan2014current
RosalindReiInstruments of scientific governance? Historical geographies of Halley Bay, 1956-presentScience Museum Group, Royal Society, Royal Geographic SocietyKeith Moore, RS (lead); Catherine Souch (RGS)Scott Polar Research Institute, University of CambridgeRichard Powell2018current
LesleyRichardsonEvolving Visions of JapanVictoria & Albert MuseumJames RyanRoyal College of ArtSarah Teasley2018current
JanaRiedelPrince Albert, the Great Exhibition and its Aftermath in the Context of Anglo-German Cultural RelationsVictoria and Albert MuseumDr Heike ZechQueen Mary U o LProfessor Rüdiger Görner2016current
ValentinaRisdonneThe surface coatings of 19th Century plaster casts and their conservationThe Victoria and Albert MuseumCharlotte Hubbard & Holly TrustedNorthumbriaDr Charis Theodorakopoulos2017current
TomRitchieMeccano: The nuts and bolts of science
Science Museum Group - Science MuseumBen RussellUniv. of KentCharlotte Sleigh2015current
JamesRitzemaMusic, Print and Culture in the 16th and Early 17th CenturiesBritish LibraryRupert RidgewellRoyal Holloway University of LondonDr Stephen Rose2016current
CarloRizzoCollecting and displaying contemporary Middle Eastern Art and Design at the V&A: a comparative analysis of museum practicesVictoria and Albert MuseumDr Mariam Rosser-Owen and Tim StanleyBirkbeck U o LDr Gabriel Koureas2016current
RoseRobertoDemocratising Knowledge: Chambers' Illustrated Encyclopedia 1860-1892Scottish Cultural and Heritage Consortium - National Museum of ScotlandAlison TaubmanUniv. of ReadingRob Banam2014current
PhillipRobertsMagic Lantern Culture in Britain (1850 – 1920): Exhibition, Reception and Mixed Media LandscapesScience Museum Group - National Media MuseumMichael Terwey/ Toni BoothUniv. of YorkJudith Buchanan2014current
HenryRobertsA History of Audience Thinking at the Science MuseumScience Museum Group - The Science MuseumTim Boon (ScM); Jane Rayner (ScM)University College LondonJean-Baptiste Gouyon2018current
SeonaidRogersSite-Seeing: Postcards of the Middle East and the Visual Construction of Place, 1890s to 1990sBritish MuseumDr St John SimpsonUniv. of NorthamptonDr Nick Baron, History, Nottingham2015current
JessicaRosenthal McGrathRedeeming Death: Mortality, Portraiture and the Quest for Salvation in Tudor England and Wales
Thames Consortium - National Portrait GalleryDr Tarnya CooperSwansea Univ.Dr Regina Pörtner2016current
LindaRossThe Dounreay Nuclear Establishment and its impact on the Northern Highlands of ScotlandScottish Heritage Consortium - Historic Environment ScotlandMiriam McDonaldUniv. of the Highlands and IslandsJim MacPherson2015current
SamRowePloughzone archaeology: interpreting loss of data from metal artefact decay (rates, reasons and conservation management implicationsHistoric EnglandDr Amanda Chadburn,
Senior National Rural
and Environmental Advisor, English Heritage
Univ. of HuddersfieldDr Glenn Foard2014current
EmilyRoyModernization, cultural exchanges and innovation in Russian print culture: St Petersburg in the Talbot Collection
Oxford Univ. Museums - AshmoleanDr Catherine WhistlerUniv. of CambridgeDr Rosalind Blakesley and
Dr Wendy Pullan
NicholasSalmonBetween Asia and Europe:Mediterranean Networks and island identity on Rhodes, 8th to 5th centuries BCBritish MuseumDr Alexandra VillingBirkbeck U o LDr Christy Constantakoppoulou
Dr Casper Meyer
EdithSandstromUnderstanding colour in Renaissance embroidery: new analytical approachesNational Museums Scotland(1) Dr Lore Troalen (2) Helen WyldUniversity of Edinburgh(1) Professor Alison Hulme (2) Dr Logan Mackay2018current
NoemeSantanaBuilding an empire: corporate vision and the global geographies of infrastructureScience Museum Group - Science MuseumDavid Rooney and Tilly BlythQueen Mary U o LFelix Iver and M. Keighren2013current
CarlSavageCoinage, landscape and society in the borderlands: economy, politics and identity in Scotland and northern England, 1136-1603National Museums Scotland(1) David Forsyth (2) Dr Martin GoldbergUniversity of York(1) Dr Aleksandra McClain (2) Dr Steve Ashby2018current
JoshuaScarlettInstruments and their makers: A study of experiment,
collaboration and identity in seventeenth-century London
Science Museum Group - Science MuseumJane DesboroughUniv. of YorkDr Sophie Weeks2016current
CaitlinScottThe Evolution of Audley EndHistoric England/English HeritageCharlotte NewmanUniversity of SheffieldHugh Willmott2017current
GemmaShannahanPaving a way for Deaf HeritageHistoric EnglandRosie SherringtonWarwick UniversityDr Claire Shaw
Dr Mike Gulliver
JanSienkiewiczIalysos on Rhodes: a study of Mycenaean chamber tombs and their assemblages from the Biliotti excavationsThe British MuseumAndrew Shapland (2) Alexandra VillingUniversity of CambridgeYannis Galanakis (2) Robin Osborne2018current
HannahSilvaBlack British Poetry in PerformanceBritish LibrarySteve ClearyUniv. of StirlingGemma Robinson2013current
NicolaSimCircuit: Investigating partnerships between visual arts and youth organisations

TateEmily PringleUniv. of NorthamptonPat Thomson2013completed
FabioSimonettiBritish military encounters with Italian civilians, 1943-1946Imperial War MuseumsSuzanne BardgettUniversity of ReadingDr Daniela La Penna2017current
DanielSimpsonThe Royal Navy and Colonial Collecting in Australia c. 1820 - 1870British MuseumDr Gaye SculthorpeRoyal Holloway U o LDr Zoe Laidlaw2014completed
LucySkinnerA multi-disciplinary approach to the characterisation of ancient leather processing in the Nile Valley during the Pharaonic eraBritish MuseumDr Rebecca StaceyUniv. of NorthamptonDr Anne Lama2016current
JoySlappnigThe indigenous map: native information, ethnographic object, artefact of encounterScience Museum Group / Royal Geographical Society with IBGDr Catherine SouchRoyal Holloway U o LProfessor Felix Driver2016current
CharlotteSlarkEast is East? A social and cultural history of the Museum of Childhood (1970-1990)Victoria & Albert MuseumRhian HarrisQueen Mary University of LondonAlistair Owens2018current
AnnaSmirnovaNet Art East: Post-Socialist Artists’ Networks and New MediaTateJuliet BinghamCourtauld Institute of ArtJulian Stallabrass2018current
AmeliaSmithPatronage, Acquisition and Display: Contextualising the Art Collections of Longford Castle during the Long Eighteenth CenturyNational GallerySusanna Avery-QuashBirkbeck U o LKate Retford2013completed
RebeccaSmithThe Daily Herald: Popular desires and managing the production of photographs
Science Museum Group - National Media MuseumMichael TerweyDe Montford Univ.Elizabeth Edwards Rtd. Dr Kelley Wilder2015current
JamieSmithAn examination of Basketball’s cultural value and contribution to national sport heritage: Issues of historical development, social profile and community engagementSporting Heritage Consortia - National Basketball Heritage & Archive CentreGeorff KoheUniversity of Central LancashireProfessor John Hughson2018current
PatriciaSmithenThe Development and Impact of Artistic Acrylic Paints in the United KingdomTateDr Bronwyn OrmsbyCourtauld Institute of ArtProfessor Aviva Burnstock2015current
PhillipSmitherArmy communities at Roman Richborough: an analysis of the Roman military equipmentEnglish HeritageJoanne GrayUniv. of KentDr Ellen Swift2016current
RichardSobolewskiMemory practices and the construction of the national inventory of ScotlandScottish Cultural and Heritage Consortium - RCAHMSLesley FergusonUniv. of EdinburghFraser MacDonald2013completed
PaulSohi‘Mannequins for the 21st Century’
Victoria and Albert MuseumSam GatleyRoyal College of ArtAshley Hall and Sarah Cheang2014current
LiSouVisualising the Crucilbe of Shetland's Broch BuildingScottish Cultural & Heritage Consortium - Historic Environment ScotlandLyn WilsonBradford Univ.Andrew Wilson2016current
ThomasSpainFood Miles: the Imaginings, Politics and Practices of Food Distribution in the UK, ca 1920-1975Science Museum Group - National Railway MuseumEd BartholomewUniv. of YorkColin Divall2013completed
SimonSpierCreating the Bowes Museum: private collecting, public philanthropy and the art market in the public art museum in Britain and France 1830 - 1900National Gallery/Bowes Museum Bowes MuseumDr Jane Whittaker and Dr Howard CouttsUniv. of LeedsDr Mark Westgarth2016current
AronSterkEmanuel Mendes da Costa (1717-1791): Multicultural and Multinational Networks in Georgian LondonScience Museum Group / Royal SocietyKeith MooreUniv. of LincolnDr Anna Marie Roos2016current
AmandaStevensHome on the rails: the design, fitting and decoration of train interiors in Britain c.1920-1955’Science Museum Group/ National Railway MuseumAnthony CoullsOpen Univ.Clare Taylor2016current
JessicaStittOptimising preservation in the development and use of museum, library and archival collections through applying approaches from operational management
British MuseumAnna B?lowUniv. of OxfordJanet Smart2014current
HannahStocktonImperial Thames: London, River and Empire, 1660-1830Thames Consortium - National Maritime MuseumMargarette Lincoln and Nigel RigbyQueen Mary U o LMiles Ogborn and Markman Ellis2013completed
Cassie DaviesStrodderWardrobes: the challenge and opportunity of personal collections of clothing in fashion studies and art and design museumsVictoria & Albert MuseumEdwina Ehrman & Lesley MillerCentral St Martin's (UAL)Professor Caroline Evans2018current
RachaelSycamoreMetalwork Deposits in Roman Britain: their social context and implicationsBritish MuseumDr Roger BlandUniv. of LeicesterProf. David Mattingly, Archaeology
& History, Leicester
Andrew SymonsSymonsThe Drawings by Joseph Beuys in the Collection of Artist Rooms: Cataloguing, Analysis and ContextualisationScottish Cultural and Heritage Consortium - National Galleries of ScotlandKeith HartleyUniv. of EdinburghChristian Weikop2015current
CameronTailfordMaking Electronics in Interwar Britain: Gendered Labour in the Thermionic Valve IndustryScience Museums and Archives Consortium/ Museum of Science & Industry ManchesterAnnie JamiesonUniversity of LeedsGraeme Gooday2017current
LisaTaylorA social history of international women's rowing, 1954-2000Sporting Heritage Consortia/River and Rowing MuseumSarah Posey, River and Rowing MuseumManchester Met. MuseumDave Day, Manchester Metropolitan Univ.2016current
ImogenTedburyThe collection, display and reception of fourteenth and fiftheenth-century Sienese paintings in Britain, 1850-1950
National GalleryCaroline CampbellCourtauld Institute of ArtJoanna Cannon2014completed
GeorgeTobinThe Art of Earth-Building: Placing Relief Models in the Culture of Modern GeographyScience Museums and Archives Consortium/ Royal Geographic SocietyCatherine Souch, Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British GeographersUniversity of GlasgowHayden Lorimer2017current
AliceToftsThe photographs of families who fell victim to Nazi persecution: building a collection; interrogating its meaningImperial War MuseumsRachel DonnellyUniversity of NottinghamProfessor Maiken Umbach2017current
KasiaTomasiewiczThe IWM and Public Memory
of the Second World War
Imperial War MuseumsJames TaylorBrighton Univ.Dr Lucy Noakes and Professor Graham Dawson,2016current
KasiaTomasiewiczThe IWM and Public Memory
of the Second World War
Imperial War MuseumsJames TaylorBrighton Univ.Dr Lucy Noakes and Professor Graham Dawson,2015current
StellaToonenCo-creation in museums: how does a collaborative approach challenge the role of museums in society?TateCara CourageKings College LondonAnna Woodham2018current
MathildeTouillon-RicciIndividuality and identity in cuneiform: personalising economic documentation from the 21st and 20th centuries BC.British MuseumDr Jonathan TaylorSchool of African and Oriental StudiesMark Weeden2016current
KevinTraceyCalculating value: using and collecting the tools of early modern mathematicsScience Museum Group - Science MuseumNicholas WyattUniv. of SwanseaAdam Mosley2015current
AgnesTulstrup HenriksenDomesticating the Sumerians: contextualising Woolley’s excavations at Ur (1922–1934)British MuseumDr Jon TaylorUniv. College LondonProf. Eleanor Robson, History, UCL.2015current
AnnaTurnhamElizabeth I and Mary, Queen of ScotsBritish LibraryAndrea ClarkeUniversity of KentAmy Blakeway2018current
MattTylerAspects of manufacture, trade and history of the blue pigment smalt and the relationship between its use in painting and other branches of the artsNational GalleryMarika SpringUniv. of GlasgowDr Erma Hermens; Dr Mark Richter2015current
RebeccaUnsworth‘“Every man well appareled”: men’s fashion and networks of news in early modern European practice and print'
Victoria and Albert MuseumAngela McShaneQueen Mary U o LJoad Raymond2014current
TanyaVentureManaging archaeological loss in the face of coastal changeHistoric EnglandDr Hannah FluckUniversity of ExeterDr Caitlin DeSilvey & Dr Briony Onciul2018current
SophieVohra Railways and Commemoration: Anniversaries, Commemorative Cultures and the Making of Railway History
Science Museum Group - National Railway MuseumEd BartholomewUniv. of YorkGeoffrey Cubitt2015current
LauraVolkmerIntellectual Properties: Transferring Science from Universities to National Museums ScotlandScottish Cultural Heritage Consortium/ National Museums of ScotlandDr Tacye PhillipsonUniversity of EdinburghDr Niki Vermeulen2017current
Eleanor (Nelly)von AderkasContaining commodities: determining organic residues in Greek painted potteryThe British MuseumCarl Heron (2) Alexandra VillingUniversity College LondonRenata Peters (2) Corinna Riva2018current
GeorgiaVullinghsLoyal Exchange: the material and visual culture of Jacobite exile, 1716-60.Scottish Cultural and Heritage Consortium - National Museum of ScotlandKerry Allan, Departmental Administrator or Dr Stuart Allan, Interim Keeper, Scottish History & Archaeology ?Univ. of EdinburghViccy Coltman2017current
JacobWardDollis Hill Project C: Research Transplanted and Privatised: Post Office/British Telecom R&D in the Digital and Information EraScience Museum Group - Science MuseumTilly BlythUniv. College LondonJon Agar2014completed
MayaWassell SmithSailor Art: Maritime Making in the Long Nineteenth CenturyThames Consortium, National Maritime MuseumSue PrichardUniversity of CardiffHolly Furneaux2017current
PhilipWebsterInvestigating entity-centric methods for information exploration and
discovery in big digital archives
Thames Consortium - National ArchivesDr Sonia Ranade
Univ. of SheffieldPaul Clough2015current
DomWeldonMapping the Historical Growth & Cultural Context of the British Fixed Line NetworkScience Museum Group - BT ArchivesDavid HayKing’s College LondonJonathan Reades2015current
MatthewWellsArchitectural Models and the Professional Practice of the Architect, 1834–1916Victoria and Albert MuseumDr Olivia Horsfall TurnerRoyal College of ArtDr Simona Valeriani2015current
JaneWessInstruments of Exploration: Technologies of Geographical Enquiry, c.1860–c.1939Royal Geographical Society with IBGCatherine SouchUniv. of EdinburghCharles Withers2013completed
LucyWestA Great Commerce in Curious Paintings: the role and practices of art dealers and agents in the reception and re-evaluation of pre-1500 European paintings in Britain 1800-1865’The National Gallery/Bowes MuseumSusanna Avery Quash and Howard CouttsLeeds UniversityDr Mark Westgarth2018current
RebeccaWhitingHuman behaviour and adaptation during a period of cultural, social and environmental change: the dental anthropology of the inhabitants of the 4th Cataract, Sudan
British MuseumDr Daniel AntoineUniv. College LondonProfessor Simon Hillson2014current
AliceWickendenHans Sloane’s Books:  An early Enlightenment library and its material relationshipsThe British LibraryProf Claire PrestonQueen Mary University of LondonKaren Limper-Herz2017current
SimeonWilkieEvaluation of cements and other constituents in historically-significant concrete structures in ScotlandScottish Heritage Consortium - Historic ScotlandMaureen YoungUniv. of DundeeThomas Dyer2013current
RachelWilkinsonIron Age metalwork hoards in BritainBritish MuseumDr Roger Bland
Neil Wilkin
Dr Julia Farley
Univ. of LeicesterProfessor Colin Haselgrove
Dr Jeremy Taylor
HannahWillsCharles Blagden and Banksian Science, 1770-1820
Submitters Reference:
Royal SocietyKeith MooreUniv. College LondonSimon Werrett2015current
Edward (Edd)Wilsons-StephensObjects of Electronic Sound and Music in MuseumsScience Museum Group - the Science MuseumAnnie Jamison (NSMM); John O'Shea (NSMMUniversity of LeedsJames Mooney2018current
HelenWorthenThe experience of war widows and orphans in northern England during the mid-seventeenth centuryThames Consortium - National ArchivesDr Katy MairUniv. of LeicesterAndrew Hopper2013completed
AlisonWrightBritish Sporting and Animal Art 1760 - 1840: A Critical History of its Production, Reception, Collection and Display
TateDr Martin MyroneUniv. of East AngliaDr Sarah Monks2014current
EmmanuelaWrothSex, Song and Self-Fashioning: Women on the Parisian Popular StageThe National Gallery/ Bowes MuseumHoward CouttsUniversity of DurhamDr Katherine Hambridge2018current
WillWyethScotland's Early Stone Castles, c1050 – 1350Scottish cultural and Heritage Consortium - RCAHMSPiers DixonUniv. of StirlingRichard Oram2013completed
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