Strategies of resistance in the digital space: a feminist performance
‘Wild things in wild places’: British cultures of extreme exploration, 1851–1913
Machine Translation and multilingual subtitling: the role of post-editors in the creative industries.
Exploring the role of Music Therapy in enhancing the lives of children with Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis (Batten Disease)
The Italian movement of Kinetic and Programmed Art: a relationship between Art and Science
The Deformed Transformed: Congenital deformity in nineteenth-century narratives
The Work of Art in the Age of Crisis: Interrogating the ‘Labour Turn’ in the Culture Industries.
Female Cross-Dressing, Genre and Popular Literary Forms from 1830 to 1900
Ambassadorial Speeches in the Hellenistic Period: The Evidence of Polybios and Inscriptions
Assimilation or Resistance: The Medicalised Body in 21st Century
Live interlingual subtitles as a means to improve access for foreign and deaf and hard-of-hearing audiences.
Crafting a Nation: The role of Art, Craft, and Design in Constructing Post-war Italian Identities
Retouching The Archive: Unknown Women in Early Photography in Scotland
ARTificial Intelligence FRANK
The Science of Ghosts: Breaching the Psycho-Cinematic Frame
History in the Philosophy of Theodor W. Adorno
Expanded documentary, real-time news and the historicisation of the present
Vision, History, Episteme: William Blake and Philip K. Dick’s Transformations of Modern Reality
Slow Works - Deceleration as Curatorial Paradigm
Blurring the Boundaries: Nuns, Early Modern Women and Writers
Crises of Citizenship in Contemporary Fiction
Alternative Methods of Supporting Artists in the Commercial Sector
Disorder Order Disorder: A creative-critical essay study of contemporary psychiatric identities
Art as Fait Social; Theodor W. Adorno, G.W.F. Hegel and the Problem of Art and the Social
Dickens and the Heritage sector: Dickensland
Granular Geographies of Endless Growth: Singapore and the Spatial-Cognitive Fix
Reinterpretation of Kingston Museum's Muybridge Collection for contemporary public engagement
A Gate Through Which The Boundaries Slip - New Materialism, Narrative Film and Feminist Fiction Writing In The Field Of Contemporary Art
Post-human voices: sonic politics of speech synthesis
Space, Body, Costume: a re-framing of costume as a spatial and temporal dynamic in contemporary ballet through a philosophical reading of spatial relations and the body
NInette de Valois: a re-examination of her early career in British theatre, her formation and leadership of the Vic-Wells Ballet School and Company, between 1918-40.
Hues of Thought: Darkness and Light in Pliny’s Letters
Pan-Mediterranean Study of the Representation of Christian-Muslim Negotiations in Western Sources, c.1050–c.1300.
On the indexical line: a dialogic study of 1960s abstract art through the scientific imagery of the photographic innovator Etienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904)
Global Watts: Allegories for All (1880-1980)’, providing the first comprehensive assessment of the international importance and influence of British artist George Frederic Watts (1817-1904)
Participatory Practices of Memory: Memorialising the Great War in Britain During the Centenary Moment
Crisis, Commemoration and Dress: Designing Memory of the Revolutionary Period in Ireland.
Working together: Creative collaboration in post-war Britain, 1945-65
Imaginaries of risk and radicalisation in the UK 'war on terror' (2005-2017)
Active bodies difficult objects: The language of health and wellbeing in a new bio-political era
We Belong to the Streets - a YA novel about growing up in the East End in the turbulent 1880s
Archive Sub-versions: Photography, the Accident, and the Logic of Production
Scenography beyond Design
Using depth of field to guide attention and convey narrative structure
From non-time to the presence of a timescape: transformations of the experience of contemporaneity in durational theatre and performance.
Alternative AIDS Video: the representation of the AIDS crisis in independent art video and film
in the 1980s and 1990s London–New York
An investigation into artists’ collaborations with modernist new town masterplanners in the UK between 1955 and 1975, and a curatorial project initiating collaborative practices between artists and masterplanners today.
Chinoiserie Outside China 1945-present: How have British Chinese people experienced and demonstrated their relationship to their Chinese heritage through dress?
Collecting Leviathan: curiosity, exchange and the Southern Whale Fleet (1775-1860)
Kant and Clausewitz: A Philosophy of Actuality
Monstrous resurrections: Frankenstein’s legislative legacy.
Commentary on Cicero`s Pro Caecina
Biocultural collections and networks of knowledge exchange in the 19th century: the quest for quinine
The aesthetics and politics of crowd simulations generated by computational software and algorithms.
Aesthetics of Water - Re-calibrating the perception of glacial water through audio-visual contemporary art practice
Tech Mate – Autistic influence on a tech generation, from the ‘little professors’ to Silicon Valley
Dickens and the Heritage sector
Golden Age; On the contemporary agency of gold