In 2007-08 Research Associates examined for Collecting and the Courtauld Collections materials from the Witt Library and related holdings in the Photographic Survey and the Courtauld Gallery.

The 2007 Research Associates were:

Sarah Burke (MA Making and Meaning in the Art of the Middle Ages)
MacKenzie Bennett (MA Art and Cultural Politics in Germany 1890-1945)
Danu Reid (MA Making and Meaning in the Art of the Middle Ages)

Caitlin Silberman (MA The Aesthetic Turn - Victorian Art From the 1860s) 
Vivian Wang (MA History and Theory of the Art Museum)

The 2008 Research Associates were:

Claire Brisby (PhD research on nineteenth-century Balkan icon-painters' perception of western art )

Robin Chung (MA Post Communism in Europe and Beyond)

Diane Flint (MA Antiquity and Modernity in British Architecture)

Ashley Siple (MA Curating the Art Museum)

Zachary Stewart (MA The Gothic Cathedral)

 

The 2009 Research Associates were:

Claire Brisby (PhD research on nineteenth-century Balkan icon-painters' perception of western art )
Katie Faulkner (MA The Aesthetic Body: Science, Aestheticism and the Image of the Body in British Art 1860-1900)
Joanna Milk (PhD 'Visio Dei: The Iconography of Contemplative Vision in the Lives of the Saints in Tuscany, 1450-1500' )
Gregory Salter (MA Modernism in Britain 1890-1970)

 

Research Associates 2009-2010

Sarah Laurence Goodwin (MA, Antiquity to Byzantium, supervisors Dr Antony Eastmond and Dr Peter Stewart)

Sam Lake (MA, The Male Body in Nineteenth-century European Art, supervisor Dr Satish Padiyar)

Sam Rose (MA, Modernism after Postmodernism: Modern Art and its Interpretation, supervisor Dr Gavin Parkinson)

and Eileen Rubery (PhD, Byzantine Rome and the East: the Function and Meaning of the Frescoes in the Church of S Maria Antiqua, supervisor Professor Robin Cormack).

 

Research Associates 2010-2011

For the Conservation and Art Historical Analysis: Works from The Courtauld Gallery project the Research Associates work in pairs combining an art history student with one studying easels painting conservation. The pairs were as follows:

Anna Cooper (Postgraduate Diploma in Conservation of Easel Paintings) with Roxanne Sperber (MA, Artists and Friars: the Renewal of Painting in Assisi and Siena in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries, supervisor Dr Joanna Cannon)

and Harriet Pearson (Postgraduate Diploma in Conservation of Easel Paintings) with Alexandra Thom (MA, The Gothic Cathedral, supervisor Professor Paul Crossley).

 

Research Associates 2011-2012

For the Conservation and Art Historical Analysis: Works from The Courtauld Gallery project the Research Associates work in pairs combining an art history student with one studying easels painting conservation. The pairs were as follows:

Alysia Sawicka (Postgraduate Diploma in Conservation of Easel Paintings) and Stephanie Lenk (MA: Curating the Art Museum, supervisor Martin Caiger-Smith)

and Cleo Nisse (Postgraduate Diploma in Conservation of Easel Paintings) and Francesca Whitlum-Cooper (MPhil, Itinerant Pastellists: Circuits of Movement in Eighteenth-Century Europe, supervisor Dr Katie Scott)

 

Research Associates 2012-2013

For the Conservation and Art Historical Analysis: Works from The Courtauld Gallery project the Research Associates work in pairs combining an art history student with one studying easels painting conservation. The pairs were as follows:

  • Eva Bezverkhny (PhD, Soviet and French Film, Photography, and Architecture prior to World War II, supervisor Professor John Milner)
    and Olympia Diamond (Postgraduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings)
  • Ariel Fein (MA, Byzantium and its Rivals: Art, Display and Cultural Identity in the Christian and Islamic Mediterranean, supervisor Dr Stefania Gerevini)
    and Chloe Head (Postgraduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings)
  • Soo-Young Leam (MA, Sex and Violence in American Art, 1960 – now, supervisor Professor Mignon Nixon)
    and Douglas MacLennan (Postgraduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings)
  • Anna Koopstra (PhD, Jean Bellegambe (c.1480-1534/36) and the Artistic Milieu in Douai at the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century, supervisor Professor Susie Nash)
    and Roxanne Sperber (Postgraduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings)
  • Emily Shartrand (MA, Making and Meaning in the Art of the Middle Ages, supervisor Professor John Lowden)
    and Claire Shepherd (Postgraduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings)

 

Research Associates 2013-2014

For the Conservation and Art Historical Analysis: Works from The Courtauld Gallery project the Research Associates worked in pairs combining an art history student with one studying easels painting conservation. The pairs were as follows:

  • Alexandra Fliege (MA, Early Netherlandish Painting, Reinterpreting the Object, supervisor Professor Susie Nash) paired with Sarah Bayliss (Postgraduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings)
  • Susie Green (PhD, A Series of Case Studies that Explore the Use and Function of Tree of Jesse Iconography in Northern Europe in the Late Middle Ages, supervisor Professor Susie Nash) paired with Alice Aurand (Postgraduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings)
  • Alexander Noelle (MA, The Arts of Florence and Central Italy, 1400-1500, supervisor Dr Scott Nethersole) paired with Sally Higgs (Postgraduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings)
  • Esther van der Hoorn (MA, Bodies of Knowledge in the Early Modern Netherlands, c.1540 - c.1660, supervisor Professor Joanna Woodall), paired with Morgan Wylder (Postgraduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings)


Reports on their work are posted on the Research Groups & Projects section of the Research Forum website.