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UCL Students win 2014 AAH Dissertation Awards

3 June 2014

UCL students have been highly successful in this year’s Association of Art Historians Dissertation Prizes, winning both the undergraduate and postgraduate awards. Congratulations to Timothy Davies (BA, 2013), who has been awarded the undergraduate prize for his essay ‘Parts and Labour: Fabricating Donald Judd and Carl Andre in a Changing Industrial Context’, and to Emily Doucet (MA, 2013), who has been awarded the postgraduate prize for her dissertation ‘Anticipating Machines Heavier than Air: Nadar, Photography, and the Objects of Technology’. Another UCL student, Rebecca Whiteley (MA, 2013) was runner-up for the postgraduate prize. The winning students were presented with their prizes, awarded in association with Thames and Hudson, at the AAH Annual Conference at the Royal College of Art in April 2014.