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Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships

Below is an outline of some of our recent Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships (CDPs).

OUR PARTNERSHIPS 

BIOCULTURAL KNOWLEDGE, POWER AND POETICS IN SOUTH AMERICAN FEATHERWORK

  • Project title: Biocultural knowledge, power and poetics in South American featherwork.
  • Partner: The Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford
  • Student: Rosa Dyer
  • Supervisors: Professor Luciana Martins and Dr Laura van Broekhoven (Pitt Rivers)
  • Date of Enrolment: January 2021

‘OUR POOR, BEAUTIFUL AND CULTURALLY RICH COUNTRY': THE CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGE OF BRAZILIAN DESIGN 

  • Project title: ‘Our poor, beautiful and culturally rich country': the contemporary challenge of Brazilian design.
  • Partner: The V&A Museum
  • Student: Frederico Duarte
  • Supervisors: Professor Luciana Martins and Dr Jana Scholtze (Kingston University)
  • Date of Enrolment: October 2014

'PICTURING MATO GROSSO, 1967-69': EXPEDITIONARY SCIENCE AND SALVAGE FIELDWORK 

  • Project title: 'Picturing Mato Grosso, 1967-69': Expeditionary Science and Salvage Fieldwork.
  • Partner: The Royal Society
  • Student: Catarina Gancho-Fontoura
  • Supervisors: Professor Luciana Martins and Keith Moore (The Royal Society)
  • Date of Enrolment: April 2015