Dept of History of Art | Staff | Teaching staff | Leslie Topp | Areas of research supervision
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Areas of research supervision

Leslie has supervised history of art and history of architecture PhDs related to late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Vienna and Central Europe.

She is currently supervising or co-supervising PhD projects on Alison and Peter Smithson and post-war British architecture; on public discourse on architecture in the City of London in an age of global capitalism; and on reticence and passivity in architecture.

She welcomes inquiries from potential research students interested in those areas as well as in the links between art, architecture and medicine/public health, in early modernism in architecture and urban planning and in the links between power and/or politics and architecture in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.