Graduate: The significance of ‘groove’ in Western popular music.
Graduate: AHRC funded: Development of interactive hand-held objects to aid with the efficacy of long-term treatments of Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Graduate: Behind a Roshan: Visualizing the Roshan as an Architectural Element in Traditional Domestic Interiors.
Graduate: Aesthetics of Design in the Art of Moroccan Woodwork as a source of inspiration for contemporary artistic applications.
Graduate: Kenneth Edwards Funded: Usability in mobile phone design: a comparative study of the relationship between product, user interface, network s
Graduate: Title: Designing a Profession: The Structure, Organisation and Identity of the Design Profession in Britain, 1930-2010.
Graduate: Art and Identity: Interpretation and Ethnographic Collections in Regional Museums, Britain, 1997- 2010.
An investigation, through photographic practice, of the vernacular studio as a space through which photography as a psychic apparatus can be imagined.
Graduate: "The Safe Cigarette": visual strategies of reassurance in American advertisements for cigarettes, 1945-1964.
Inappropriate Behaviour: bad painting.
Bleached Out: Photography and the Aesthetics of Loss, Forgetting and Erasure.
The design & dissemination of eco-literacy.
Graduate: “The Garden That I Love”: Middle Class Identity, Gender and the English Domestic Garden 1880-1914.
The retailing, promotion and reception of modern Scandinavian furnishings.
Graduate: Dictated Sequences and the Pursuit of Efficiency in the Physical Culture Movement 1896-1939: A filmic scrutiny of intention and achievement.
Graduate: The Representation of Chinese Philosophy of Zen-Ding in Contemporary Art.
Characteristics of Design/Design Policies in Socio-cultural Environments, 1960-2003.
Biomimicry in the design process: how four designers interrogate nature.
Graduate: by publication: Intervention, Placement and Cultural Positioning: Working as a Contemporary Artist Curator in British Museums.
Graduate: AHRC Funded: The cold war emigre exhibit in Britain: cultural exchange, diplomacy and trade c. 1945-75.
Memorialisation in the Postmodern-Neoliberal Conjuncture
Eric Gill and transformative practices in British sculpture 1909-1940: Networks, contexts and contradictions.
Graduate: Frantz Fanon, Colonialism, and Algeria: The Historical Formation of a Radical Discourse.
Graduate: MPhil: The Language of Space and Practice in Camden Housing Estates, 1964-1984.
Graduate: To be or not to be a Contemporary Self-employed Visual Artist? The emergence of artists’ practice.
Graduate: Dynamic control of active textiles: The integration of Nickel-Titanium Shape Memory Alloys and the manipulation of woven structures.
Graduate: Theories of inheritance in the 19th and 20th centuries: The role of historiographical constraints on contemporary scientific research.
Conjuring fragments – The Golem as an aspect of the uncanny.
Graduate: Contemporary Photographic Imaging & Historical Representations: Case Study of Rev Furlong, Methodist Missionary, Western Samoa 1904-1907.
A semiological study of the letter/sign "X": A studio-based exploration and articulation of its unique multiplicities of reference and signification.
Exploration of how IWB multimodality could affect classroom interaction and promote cooperative/scaffold language learning.
AHRC funded: Anglo-Indian and South Asian responses to late 19th Century colonial exhibitions.
Graduate: The Brighton School: George Albert Smith, James Willliamson and the early development of film in Brighton and Hove.
Graduate: Reconsidering the politique des auteurs: a practice–based exploration of the politique’s auteur.
The Innovative Application of Existing Digitally Controlled Flat Bed Weft Knitting to Fashion Knitwear for the Individual.
‘But Who is Betty Crocker?’ A critical interrogation of the use and presentation of people and personalities.
AHRC Funded: The Life and Work of the London Couturier Norman Hartnell: Issues of Design, Business, Royal Patronage and Consumption 1924 – 1979.
Graduate: Correspondence, trace and the landscape of narrative: a visual, verbal and literary dialectic
PhD by Publication: The Morality of Mortality: An examination of media representations of the deaths of popular musicians
Graduate: Crisis Mortality in Eighteenth Century Eastern Sussex.
Graduate: Ceramics in Britain and France 1921-1931: Economics, Marketing and the Power of Exhibitions.
AHRC funded: Lending Voice to Suffering: Themes and Variations in the work of T.W. Adorno
Understanding Conflict Doctoral Scholarship | Violence, Vulnerability and the Politics of Being Human
Graduate: Horang-i (The Korean Tiger): Portraying the Tiger in East and West through Theoretical Study and Practical Work.
The Beach Hut as an English Retreat: A Studio-Based Project.
Graduate: The painting of music - the music of painting; relationship between music and painting with reference to Kupka and personal practice.
Graduate: The Necessity of Contingency: The Work of Louis Althusser 1945-86.
Graduate: The concept of 'sacredness': Traditional and internet-based imagery in religious architecture.
Body as site beyond purpose: a studio-led investigation into the use of uselessness.
Quaker Women and the Material Culture of Abolition in Britain: the Wedgwood Slave Medallion and Free Produce Cotton 1780s–1830s.
‘Search, Find and Connect’: Visual research in fashion and textile design undergraduate education.
Graduate: An historical and political conceptualisation of ‘the multitude’.
Graduate: Automobile design and culture: new technology for a new generation's needs.
Graduate: By publication: An inquiry into the implications of biological thinking for human nature and society.
Graduate: Overseas Exhibitions of the Council of Industrial Design 1949-1972: Design Exhibition.
Faculty Scholarship Funded: Illusion and Anti-Illusion: Being in Time and Space in the Everyday, Through Video Practice.
Graduate: Public monuments: memory, manifestation and the accumulated significance of place.
Myth, Magic and Marketing: Visual and textual representations of globalisation and the Harry Potter phenomenon.
Graduate: Fashion, the Art School and the role of Muriel Pemberton in the development of degree level fashion education in the UK.
Graduate: An assessment of the importance of the qualities of the feminine principle in 2-dimensional image-making: a journey through visual language.
Tokens of affection: re-engraved coins, sentiment and the poor, 1740 - 1840.
Graduate: All the world laid by art and science at her feet: Colour, Dyes, Popular Science, and Women’s Fashion.
AHRC Funded: The Shannon Scheme: electricity, technology and modernisation in the Irish Free State, 1924-32.
The trouble with beauty; aesthetics, ecology and the legacy of the picturesque in the rural landscape of the west of Ireland.
Dialogue with Nature.
Imaging Faith: The Representation of Christ in Photography.
Graduate: Transforming Print: An Exposition of Key Issues Affecting the Development of londonprintstudio.
Graduate: The Way Design Knowledge Is Situated Socially and Historically: Transformation of National Design Organizations.
Graduate: From Shrine to Plinth: Studying the Dialectics of Hindu Deities Displayed in the Museum through Artworks and their Exhibition.
Graduate: Boys' clothes and the formation of gender and class identity in England 1837-1901.
Graduate: The migration of form: visualising the emergent artefact.
Graduate: NZTEC Funded: Governmentality and design: inventing the industrial design councils in Great Britain and New Zealand.
Graduate: Visual Representations of an Imagined Return from a Taiwanese Exile: an installation of photographic diptychs with artists’ books.
Graduate: Urban Agriculture: East Croydon as an example of growing food closer to the urban consumer.
Graduate: The Creativity of Motherhood: Self-representation over a Time of Growth in Contemporary Taiwan.
Graduate: The Acceptance of Art Nouveau in England.
Graduate: Visualising Wyndham Lewis’ Enemy of the Stars as theatrical narrative.
The typological emergence of the Lunatic Asylum: Asylum buildings, and Beliefs concerning Madness and Architecture from circa 1559 to 1808.
From the Map to the Journey – The Transfer between Dimensions Represented in Book Form.