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Aaron Vansintjan – Film, Media and Cultural Studies Department

Counting money, displacing life: Food, contested valuation, and gentrification in the global north and south

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George Townsend History of Art Department

Parson’s Pleasure, Oxford; bathing and homosocial space in the University’s arcadia, 1898-1944

My research examines historic bathing places and practices, focusing in particular on Parson’s Pleasure, a male-only nude bathing enclosure on the bank of the River Cherwell.

 

 

 

Alistair CartwrightHistory of Art Department

Unhomely Properties: Space, Place, Architecture and Image in Postwar London’s Rented Rooms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Elizabeth YangArts and Humanities

Consuming Memory: ‘Transition Memory’ and the role of Dark Tourism in Northern Ireland

 

 

 

 

 

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Eva DuBose – History of Art Department

Beyond the Image; Visualising Devotion in Tensta Parish Church

 

 

 

 

 

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Güneş TavmenFilm, Media and Cultural Studies Department

Data-Driven London: Open Data and Smart Citizens

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Miloš KosecArts and Humanities Department

Bartlebian Act as Reappraisal of Architectural Restrain

 

 

 

 

 

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Nic SampsonHistory of Art Department

Brutalism and the Legacy of Mies: Classical modernism and theories of the ‘as-found’

(Image: Nigel Henderson, c. 1950)

 

 

 

 

 

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Nicola LoweHistory of Art Department

Imagery and Experience in the late medieval English parish church: some examples from rural Oxfordshire

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Richard EvansFilm, Media and Cultural Studies Department

Exploring Landscape: Nonfiction Geographies from Scotland and Sweden

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Stephen RosserHistory of Art Department

Perspectives on the City of London’s architecture in the age of global markets

 

 

 

 

 

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Rosemary DayHistory of Art Department

The architectural and Economic Development of three estates in Essex and Suffolk from 1066 -1306

 

 

 

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Susan SharpHistory of Art Department

A View Through the Veil: patronage, piety, identity and devotion in the paintings of the later medieval English nunnery, c.1275-1539

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