History of Art


Departmental Congratulations

6 June 2019


In the midst of a busy summer term, we'd like to take this opportunity to congratulate some members of the department for the great series of successful applications we've had this year, and to share the good news!

Allison Stielau has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust Research Grant for 2019-20 to work on Meltdown and Transformation in Post-War German Art. 

Natasha Eaton will be a Clark Fellow in residence at the Clark Institute in Williamstown from early 2020 through to June with her project Vagabond Age: The Vagrant Image, Indenture and Global Labour, 1810 to Now. 

Hanna Hölling has a Terra Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Spring term at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington to work on Fluxus and the Material Legacy of Intermediality.

Allison Deutsch and Rye Holmboe have been awarded three-year Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships. Rye will begin his research on Marion Milner in May 2020 at the University of East Anglia. Allison will be working on Impressionism Beyond Visuality at Birkbeck College from Autumn 2019. 

Lauren Sperring has been accepted onto UCL's Women in Leadership programme, which will finish June 2019. 

Congratulations to everyone for these wonderful achievements!