Prof Catherine Moriarty
Scholarly biography and interests
Professor Catherine Moriarty is Curatorial Director of the University of Brighton Design Archives and Professor of Art and Design History in the College of Arts and Humanities.
Integral to Moriarty’s development of the University of Brighton Design Archives is her conviction in curation as a creative practice. Initiating artists’ residencies, exhibitions, and research projects of different kinds, she is interested in the use of archival resources in a broad range of contexts. Recognised as an important resource for the study of design internationally, the Design Archives and the work of its team was endorsed by HEFCE in 2009 with a funding award totalling £180,000. Moriarty has directed a variety of digitisation projects and has written on the history of the Design Council’s photographic holdings, and on the relationship between sculpture and design. In 2007 she curated an exhibition on the work of the designer and sculptor Bernard Schottlander with the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds and, in 2013, an exhibition about Barbara Jones with the Whitechapel Art Gallery. Her professorial lecture, took place in October 2014, entitled Curating the Past: the monument, the archive and the database.
Moriarty led a major Leverhulme funded research project, the National Inventory of War Memorials, at the Imperial War Museum between 1989 and 1996. Completing her DPhil at the University of Sussex in 1995, her publications on commemoration and figurative sculpture after the First World War are recognised as key sources in the scholarship of cultural memory and conflict. Her monograph on the sculptor Gilbert Ledward (1888-1960) was published in 2003, she contributed to the Tate Gallery/Yale University Press History of British Art in 2008, and in 2011 she contributed an essay to the book accompanying the Royal Academy of Arts exhibition ‘Modern British Sculpture’. For further publications see ‘Research Activity’.
In 2004 Moriarty was awarded an Australian Bicentennial Fellowship by the Menzies Centre, King’s College, London and a British Academy research grant for the project ‘"Creating a Commemorative Landscape in 1920s Melbourne": The letters of Paul Raphael Montford 1923-30’. In 2005 she was a visiting fellow at the University of Melbourne’s Australian Centre and in 2007 she curated an exhibition for the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne. In 2008 she was awarded the prestigious University of Melbourne Macgeorge Fellowship. The culmination of this research, the book Making Melbourne’s Monuments: the Sculpture of Paul Montford, was published by Australian Scholarly Publishing in 2013 with support from the Paul Mellon Centre.
Moriarty was elected to the Arts & Humanities Research Council Peer Review College in 2004 and she holds various other appointments. She supervises five doctoral students, four of whom hold AHRC awards.
Moriarty is a curator and writer who engages with issues that lie at the heart of current research in the humanities – commemoration, cultural memory, inter-textuality, and principally visual and material culture, particularly sculpture. Her research is often rooted in extensive archival investigation and fieldwork tending to focus on the boundaries of art and design history.
Areas of expertise include war and commemoration, sculpture and architecture, photography and graphic design - as well as the cultural manifestation of memory in both private and public spheres. Her interest is often rooted in a close analysis of process and the networks and relations that produce meaning in designed objects. Additionally, Moriarty is concerned with the areas of archive, heritage and collection management, and the research implications of digital technologies.
Moriarty has devised a wide variety of exhibition projects, and projects with artists, that unpick and open-out some of the themes outlined above. Moriarty likes working collaboratively – with other scholars, artists, and curators and with different kinds of organizations and institutions. She believes passionately in the particular energy that characterises research undertaken in creative environments – be they schools of art, national museums or independent arts organisations.
Featured works and projects
Re-examining Barbara Jones’ radical Black Eyes and Lemonade exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1951
In-depth study and catalogue raisoneé of the work of sculptor, Paul Montford (1868-1938) published by Australian Scholarly Publishing in 2013.
An essay exploring the word ‘khaki’ in various contexts, each touching on its association with dust and ideas of the particle.
Illustrates how the experiences of war can be embodied in and represented by an endless variety of artefacts.
An exhibition exploring the sculpture of the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne, 2007.
Monograph grounded in archival research and funded by the Henry Moore Foundation in 2003
A study drawing together ideas about the structural and symbolic significance of the greatcoat in monumental contexts, 2004.
An exhibition with the Henry Moore Institute linking the design and sculptural elements of Bernard Schottlander’s work, 2007.
An essay on portrait photography and the commemoration of the First World War, 2004.
A chapter in the publication accompanying the exhibition 'Figuring Space: Sculpture/Furniture from Mies to Moore', 2007.
This paper derives from a conversation between Moriarty and Weight that formed part of the 2007 conference ‘The Archival Impulse’ at Tate Britain.
Moriarty, Catherine (2013) Making Melbourne's monuments: the sculpture of Paul Montford (1868-1938) Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne. ISBN 9781921875595
Costin, Simon and Moriarty, Catherine (2013) Black Eyes and Lemonade: Curating Popular Art [Exhibition]
Moriarty, Catherine (2010) Dust to dust: a particular history of khaki Textile: Journal of Cloth and Culture, 8 (3). pp. 304-320. ISSN 1475-9756
Moriarty, Catherine (2010) The Cenotaph In: Curtis, Penelope and Wilson, Keith, eds. Modern British Sculpture. Royal Academy of Arts, London, pp. 46-51. ISBN 1905711727
Moriarty, Catherine (2009) ‘The Returned Soldiers bug’: making the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne In: Saunder, N. and Cornish, P., eds. Contested Objects: Material Memories of the First World War. Routledge, London, pp. 144-162. ISBN 9780415450706
Moriarty, Catherine (2008) Designs for solidarity: photography and the Cuban political poster 1965-1975 Photoworks Magazine (11). pp. 58-63. ISSN 1742-1659
Moriarty, Catherine (2008) A distant grief: Australians, war graves and the great war Australian Historical Studies, 39 (2). pp. 273-274. ISSN 1031-461X
Moriarty, Catherine (2008) First World War memorials In: Stephens, C., ed. The History of British Art 1870 - Now. Tate Publishing, London, UK, pp. 108-109. ISBN 9781854376527
Moriarty, Catherine and Weight, Angela (2008) The legacy of interaction: artists at the Imperial War Museum 1981–2007 Tate Papers (9). ISSN 1753-9854
Moriarty, Catherine (2007) Anticipatory forms: Henry Moore and post-war British furniture design In: Curtis, Penelope, ed. Figuring Space: Sculpture/Furniture from Mies to Moore. Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, pp. 57-68. ISBN 9781905462117
Moriarty, Catherine and Worsley, Victoria (2007) Indoors and out: the sculpture and design of Bernard Schottlander Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, UK.
Moriarty, Catherine (2007) The commemorative sculpture of Paul Montford Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne, Australia.
Moriarty, Catherine (2006) The Place of Photography in the Life and Work of Paul Montford Sculpture Journal, 15 (2). pp. 239-256. ISSN 1756-9923
Moriarty, Catherine (2004) "Remnants of patriotism": the commemorative representation of the greatcoat after the First World War Oxford Art Journal, 27 (3). pp. 291-309. ISSN 0142-6540
Moriarty, Catherine, Games, Naomi and Rose, June (2003) Abram Games: Graphic Designer Lund Humphries, London. ISBN 0853318816
Moriarty, Catherine (2003) Robert Adams In: Curtis, Penelope, ed. Sculpture in 20th Century Britain: A Guide to Sculptors in the Leeds Collections. Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, pp. 2-3. ISBN 1900081040
Moriarty, Catherine (2003) The Sculpture of Gilbert Ledward The British Sculptors and Sculpture Series . Henry Moore Foundation in association with Lund Humphries, London, UK. ISBN 9780853318316
Moriarty, Catherine (2003) “Though in a picture only”: portrait photography and the commemoration of the First World War In: Braybon, G., ed. Evidence, History and the Great War: historians and the impact of 1914-18. Berg, Oxford, pp. 30-47. ISBN 1571817247
Moriarty, Catherine (1999) The Material Culture of Great War Remembrance Journal of Contemporary History, 34 (4). pp. 653-662. ISSN 0022-0094
Other research activities
- The Sculpture of Gilbert Ledward
- (Henry Moore Foundation in association with Lund Humphries, 2003). A monograph in the series British Sculptors and Sculpture, research publications funded by the Henry Moore Foundation
- Abram Games
- (Lund Humphries and Princeton Architectural Press, 2003), with N.Games and J. Rose; published to coincide with an exhibition at the Design Museum, 2003
- ‘The Cenotaph’ in C. Curtis and K. Wilson (eds.), Modern British Sculpture, (Royal Academy of Arts, 2011), pp. 46-51
- '"The Returned Soldiers bug": making the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne' in N. Saunders and P. Cornish (eds.), Contested Objects: Material Memories of the First World War, (Routledge, 2009)
- 'Anticipatory Forms: Henry Moore and post-war British furniture design', essay to accompany the exhibition curated by Penelope Curtis, Figuring Space: Sculpture/Furniture from Mies to Moore, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, January 2007.
- 'Though in a Picture Only: Portrait Photography and the Commemoration of the First World War' in G. Braybon, (ed.) Evidence, History and the Great War: historians and the impact of 1914-18, (Oxford and New York, Berghahn, 2004)
- 'Private Grief and Public Remembrance' in War and Memory in the Twentieth Century, M. Evans and K. Lunn (eds.), (Berg, 1997)
- ‘Dust to Dust: a particular history of khaki’ Textile: Journal of Cloth & Culture, vol. 8, no. 3, (2010), pp. 304-320
- ‘The Legacy of Interaction: Artists at the Imperial War Museum 1981–2007’, Tate Papers, Issue 9, 2008 (with Angela Weight)
- 'The Place of Photography in the Life and Work of Paul Montford', Sculpture Journal, vol. 15. no. 2, (2006)
- 'Remnants of patriotism: the commemorative representation of the greatcoat after the First World War', Oxford Art Journal, vol. 27, no. 3, (2004)
- 'The Material Culture of Great War Remembrance', Journal of Contemporary History, vol. 34, no. 4, (1999)
- 'The Absent Dead and Figurative Sculpture', Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, vol. 39, (1995) Download PDF
- 'Christian Iconography and First World War Memorials', Imperial War Museum Review, no. 6, (1991). French translation appeared in Guerres mondiales et conflits contemporains, no. 167, (1992)
- 'A Back Room Service? The Council of Industrial Design Photographic Library 1945 -1965', Journal of Design History, vol. 13, no. 1, (2000)
Encyclopaedia and dictionary entries
- 'War Memorials' in D. Bindman and C. Stephens, eds., History of British Art, (Tate Gallery & Yale University Press, 2008)
- 'Design and Photography' in R. Lenman, ed., Oxford Companion to the Photograph, (Oxford University Press, 2005)
- 'Gilbert Ledward' in the New Dictionary of National Biography, (Oxford University Press, 2004)
- 'Robert Adams' in Sculpture in 20th Century Britain: A Guide to the Leeds Collections (Henry Moore Institute, 2003)
- 'War Memorials' entry in Encyclopedia of Sculpture, A. Bostrom (ed) (Fitzroy Dearborn, 2003)
Exhibitions and catalogue texts
- ‘Designs for Solidarity: Photography and the Cuban Political Poster 1965-1975’ an exhibition for the Brighton Photo Biennial 2008. Essay of the same name published in Photoworks Magazine, no. 11, Autumn/Winter 2008, pp. 58 – 63. Download pdf
- 'The commemorative sculpture of Paul Montford,' Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne, July - October 2007. Curated with Jean McAuslan. Download pdf
- 'Indoors & Out: the Sculpture & Design of Bernard Schottlander,' Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, September - January 2007; University of Brighton Gallery, January- February 2008. Curated with Victoria Worsley. Henry Moore Institute Essays on Sculpture Series, no. 56, 'Bernard Schottlander’s industrial design as a system of appearances'.
- Gabriel Kuri, 'As Selected for the Design Centre, London', Brighton Photo Biennial, 2006
- 'Sites of Memory - Photographs by Chris Harrison,' Imperial War Museum, October 1997; ffotogallery, Cardiff; Worcester Art Gallery; Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno (1998), University of Brighton Gallery (1999). Catalogue essay published by the Imperial war Museum, 1997. Works from this project were included in the Tate Britain exhibition 'How We Are: Photographing Britain,' 2007
- 'War Memorials - Commemorating the British War Dead,' Imperial War Museum (November 1994 -January 1995 and 1997), Museum of Labour History, Manchester (1995), National Monuments Record Centre, Swindon (1996)
- 'Soldier Statues' essay in the catalogue to the exhibition Encounter by Mark Anstee, artist in residence, Flanders Fields Museum, Ypres, Belgium, 2003
- 'Reanimating the Museum', essay in catalogue to the exhibition Navigating Stevenson by Sara Gadd at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, 2003
- The Ministry of Taste: Images from the Design Council Archive, catalogue with Paul Bayley, Cornerhouse, Manchester, 1999
- Research assistant, 'The Independent Group,' Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1990 and for 'The Age of Chivalry,' Royal Academy of Arts, 1989
- West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts (Bard Graduate Centre/University of Chicago Press), vol. 20, no. 1 (2013), ‘Bauhaus: Art as Life’, Barbican Art Gallery, London, 3 May – 12 August, 2012.
- West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts (Bard Graduate Centre/University of Chicago Press), vol. 19, no. 1 (2012), ‘Charlotte Perriand 1903 -1999: from photography to interior design’, Petit Palais, Paris, 7 April – 18 September 18, 2011
- Reviews in Australian Studies, vol. 4, no. 3 (2010), ‘Florence Broadhurst: Her secret and extraordinary lives’ by Helen O’Neill
- Australian Historical Studies, vol. 39, no. 2 (2008), ‘A Distant Grief: Australians, war graves and the Great War’ by Bart Ziino
- Reviews in Australian Studies, vol. 3, no .2 (2008), ‘Robert Hannaford: Natural Eye’ by John Neylon
- Australian & New Zealand Journal of Art, vol. 6, no. 1, (2005), ‘Painting Ghosts: Australian Women Artists in Wartime’ by Catherine Speck
- Australian & New Zealand Journal of Art; First World War Studies; Historical Journal, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Society, Melbourne Art Journal, Mosaic, Sculpture Journal, Textile: The Journal of Cloth & Culture, The Journal of Modern Craft
- ABC Radio, Australia, May 2013
- Interviewed on The Genius of Design, BBC2, May 2010
- Consultant, Not Forgotten, Wall to Wall Television, November 2005
- question-writing on the Festival of Britain, Mastermind, 1999
- BBC Radio 4 Women’s Hour, August 1997
- BBC Radio 3 Nightwaves, May 1996
- BBC Radio 4 Kaleidoscope, May 1995
Conference papers and lectures
- Shakespeare 1916 and Antipodal Memory conference (an Australian Research Council project of King’s College, London and the University of Western Australia). The State Library of New South Wales, Sydney, 2013.
- ‘The museum eye must be abandoned: Figureheads as Popular Art’, 39th Association of Art Historians Annual Conference, University of Reading, April 2013.
- Posters: Collection, Creation and Context, conference at the Sackler Centre, V&A, 1 March 2013.
- History of the Imperial War Museum research workshop, Imperial War Museum, May 2012.
- ‘Fromelles and Beyond: Heritage, Archaeology and Memory of the Great War’, a research symposium convened by King’s College London, the Imperial War Museum and Monash University, Australia. Invited panelist, February 2012.
- ‘Connecting histories of public sculpture in Melbourne and London’, Public Monuments and Sculpture Association public lecture, London, November 2010.
- ‘Mapping Design Practice’, Eric Gill and the Guild of Saint Joseph & Saint Dominic, London Centre of the University of Notre Dame (Indiana), November 2009.
- ‘Health promotion posters in the Icograda Archive’, Centre for History in Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, February 2009.
- ‘The Visual Culture of Remembrance’. Presentation at the conference Remembering War, Wellcome Institute, January 2009
- 'Photography and Architecture', Regency Society, Brighton. March 2008
- 'Paul Montford & Bertram Mackennal: Making Sculpture In 1920s Melbourne', Macgeorge Lecture, University of Melbourne, February 2008
- 'The Archival Impulse', Tate Britain, November 2007. Presentation with Angela Weight at a study day organised by the Art Libraries Society Visual Archives Committee in association with Tate. Published as ‘The Legacy of Interaction: Artists at the Imperial War Museum 1981–2007, Tate Papers, Issue 9, 2008. View on Tate Papers site
- 'Public Sculpture on the South Coast', Keynote address for the Public Monuments & Sculpture Association Sussex. November 2007
- 'The politician, the pioneer and the soldier: Monuments to achievement and identity in inter-war rural Australia'. Interwar Rural History Research Group International Conference, Royal Holloway, University of London, January 2007
- 'Content and Context: Creating meaning in Virtual Environments', Icograda Colloquium on Virtual Design Archives, University of Pretoria, South Africa, 2006. Also presented as CETLD scholarship seminar November 2006
- 'Commemoration as appropriation: the war dead of Gallipoli', Bodies of Conflict: Corporeality, Materiality, and Transformation in 20th century War, the 3rd UCL/Imperial War Museum conference on Materialities and Cultural Memory of 20th Century Conflict, Imperial War Museum, September 2006
- 'Ordering Disaster: the work of Sir John Burnet for the Imperial War Graves Commission in Gallipoli', Department of Art History, University of Oxford, November 2005
- Invited to lead seminar as part of British Australian Society annual conference, Lincoln, May 2005
- 'Making Commemorative landscapes in 1920s Victoria: the letters of sculptor Paul Montford (1868-1938)', Inter-war Rural History Research Group seminar, University of Kingston, May 2005
- Invited to lecture at Imperial War Museum ANZAC conference, April 2005
- Australian Centre/Department of Art History seminar, University of Melbourne, March 2005
- 'Monuments and Medals: The Sculpture of Gilbert Ledward', British Art Medal Society, November 2004
- 'The Home and Studio: Work-Life Balance in the letters of sculptor Paul Raphael Montford (1868-1938)', History of Art Research Centre, University of Sussex, November 2004
- '"Granite is not my choice; it will be my cross": building the Shrine of Remembrance', Melbourne. UCL/Imperial War Museum second The Great War and Material Culture conference, Imperial War Museum, September 2004
- 'Personal Effects: loss, memory and the disembodied garment', talk to accompany the exhibition Cast Off by artist Kaarina Kaikkonen at Fabrica, Brighton, July 2003
- '"Remnants of Patriotism": the sculptural appeal of the greatcoat after the First World War', Drapery and Visual Culture, National Gallery, August 2002
- '"The sea goeth it all about": maritime themes in British public sculpture', Mémoire sculptée de l’europe, Council of Europe, Strasbourg, December 2001, representing the Henry Moore Institute. Published as a University of Brighton, Faculty of Arts and Architecture E-Paper, 2002. Download pdf
- 'The Commemoration of Death at Sea 1800-1950', Commemoration of the Dead In Ireland and Britain from 1400 to the Present, National University of Ireland, November 2001
- 'Portrait Photography and the Commemoration of the First World War', paper presented at UCL/Imperial War Museum conference The Great War and Material Culture, Imperial War Museum, September 2001
- 'The Monument and the Artist, 1918-1999', University of Brighton public lecture, January 1999
- 'Craft Displayed as Good Design', Brighton Museum, April 1999
- Imperial War Museum/Australian War Memorial joint symposia, Continuities, 'Challenges and Changes: Australia and Britain in War in the Twentieth Century', London July 1997/Canberra September 1997. British Council travel grant
- International Study Centre Herstmonceux Castle, 'The Construction of Social Memory and National Identity: The Memorialization of War', February 1997. ‘War Memorials and Photography’
- XXIXth International Congress of the History of Art, Memory and Oblivion, Amsterdam, September 1996. Poster presentation of NIWM research. Awarded British Council travel grant
- Imperial War Museum, Monument and Memory, 1993. Moriarty was responsible for the organisation of this conference on war and commemoration, J M Winter gave the keynote presentation
- Association of Art Historians Conference, Leeds, 1992. Session convenor Sculpture in the Public Realm
Papers on the research implications of electronic resources and digital imaging
- 'From Archive to Retroscope: pushing forward resource integration', 17th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Istanbul, September 2011
- ‘Stewardship and the shifting nature of art and design research’, Digital Imagery: creation and importance in the visual arts, a JISC-funded conference organised by the Visual Arts Data Service, September 2009
- ‘Effective E-learning: Designing Britain’, Digital Resources in the Humanities annual conference, University of Newcastle, 2004
- ‘Image or Object? Understanding Photography in a Digital Age’, Digital Resources in the Humanities annual conference, University of Sheffield. Published in Digital Resources for the Humanities 2000, (2001)
- ‘The negative, the print, the slide and the TIFF: managing the image at the Design Council Archive’, CIR 2000 Third UK Conference on Image Retrieval, Brighton, May 2000.
- ‘Digital Image Collections and British Universities: the Implications of New Assets’ at the Visual Resources Association Conference, Los Angeles, February 1999
Conference Papers, invitations to chair and public lectures
- Shakespeare 1916 and Antipodal Memory conference (an Australian Research Council project of King’s College, London and the University of Western Australia). The State Library of New South Wales, Sydney, 2013. Invited keynote
- ‘The museum eye must be abandoned: Figureheads as Popular Art’, 39th Association of Art Historians Annual Conference, University of Reading, April 2013
- Posters: Collection, Creation and Context, conference at the Sackler Centre, V&A, 1 March 2013. Invited speaker
- Sculpture and its Exhibition Histories, postgraduate conference, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, 5 December 2012. Invited chair
- Australian Painting in Britain: Cultural Diplomacy, Art and National Identity, symposium, King’s College London, 12 October 2012. Invited chair
- History of the Imperial War Museum research workshop, Imperial War Museum, May 2012. Invited speaker
- Fromelles and Beyond: Heritage, Archaeology and Memory of the Great War, a research symposium convened by King’s College London, the Imperial War Museum and Monash University, Australia, February 2012. Invited panelist
- ‘From Archive to Retroscope: pushing forward resource integration’, 17th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Istanbul, September 2011
- Mapping Sculpture, end of project conference, V&A, February 2011. Invited chair
Grants and awards
- Moriarty bid to the AHRC for the Collaborative Doctoral project 'Design Strategies and the Representation of the Commonwealth: From Institute to Museum'.
- The Paul Mellon Centre awarded Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, a publication grant for the production of Making Melbourne's Monuments
- Moriarty prepared a bid to HEFCE resulting in an award totaling £180,000 for the Design Archives
- Supported a successful application to the Graham Foundation by the Cubitt Gallery, London
- Moriarty wrote a successful bid to JISC for the ‘Images for Education Initiative’ amounting to over £43,000, and for inclusion in the ‘Look Here!’ project, £6951
- Bid to the AHRC for the Collaborative Doctoral project ‘Towards An Atlas of the Design Profession’
- Invited to act as project advisor for the Gill Digital Archive Project, a proposal submitted by the University of Notre Dame to the US National Endowment of the Humanities
- Moriarty was awarded the University of Melbourne Macgeorge Fellowship. The fellowship is provided through a bequest made by Norman Macgeorge (1872-1952), artist and patron of the arts, who left his house and estate to the University of Melbourne to encourage development of the arts and art scholarship
- Moriarty was invited in 2008 to act as Principal Investigator (Evaluation), for the Qatar Unified Imaging Project, a project submitted to the Qatar Foundation by the Virginia Commonwealth University
- Dr Catherine Moriarty was awarded the British Academy conference grant for ‘Sculpture and Design’, University of Brighton, 2005
- 2004, awarded Australian Bicentennial Fellowship, Menzies Centre, King’s College, London and a British Academy small research grant for ‘Creating a Commemorative Landscape in 1920s Melbourne: The letters of Paul Raphael Montford 1923-30’
- In 2002 Moriarty received an Arts and Humanities Research Board Grant for her project 'Process and context in the graphic work of Abram Games' which was published by Lund Humphries and Princeton Architectural Press to coincide with an exhibition at the Design Museum, London in November 2003
- In 2000 Moriarty devised a successful bid to develop teaching and learning resources with the JISC-funded Distributed National Electronic Resource (DNER), an award totally £132,000
- In 1999 she received a South East Arts research award as part of the Southern Exhibitions and Events Development Scheme for 'Packaging Britain 1971'
Juries, committees and editorial boards
- Content Advisory Group, HEFCE Joint Information Systems Committee, 2011
- University of Manchester, Archives Hub, Steering Committee, 2011
- External examiner, University of Manchester, 2011
- Steering Committee, Mapping the Profession and Practice of Sculpture in Britain & Ireland 1851-1951,an AHRC-funded project led by the University of Glasgow/V&A/Henry Moore Institute, 2005 - 2011
- Elected to the AHRC Peer Review College, 2004 - 2011
- Advisory Board, Centre for European and International Studies Research, University of Portsmouth, 2006 - 2009
- Advisory Board, Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture MODA, 2005 - 2011
- British Academy, AHRB, Leverhume Trust assessor 1999-2006
- Consultant, Wall to Wall Television's Not Forgotten series, 2005
- External Examiner, Northbrook College, 2002-2006
- Art Libraries Society, Visual Archives Committee, 2004 - 2007
- Chair of the photography agency Photoworks 2003 - 2008, (trustee 1997-2003)
- University of Brighton Faculty of Arts and Architecture Academic Board, 2003-05 & 2008-11
- University of Brighton Information Strategy Committee, 2002-06 and 2008-10
- University of Brighton Faculty of Arts Research Strategy Committee (since 2000)
- University of Brighton Research Stratgey Committee (since 2012)
Citations and reviews
"'The Sculpture of Gilbert Ledward' (2003) ... should guide scholars in their consideration of work of other sculptors of the period."
(The Burlington Magazine, December 2004)
'The Absent Dead and Figurative Sculpture', Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, vol. 39, (1995) cited as a key text in Penelope Curtis' Sculpture 1900-1945, Oxford University Press, 1999
Citations to other work appear in numerous articles and books, a selection includes:
- JM Winter, Sites of memory, sites of mourning. The Great War in European Cultural History, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1995
- J Bourke, Dismembering the Male. Men's Bodies, Britain and the Great War, London, Reaktion, 1996
- Sergiusz Michalski, Public Monuments, London, Reaktion, 1998
- TG Ashplant, G Dawson and Michael Roper eds., The Politics of War Memory and Commemoration, London, Routledge, 2000
- D Todman, The Great War: Myth and Memory, London: Hambledon and London, 2005
- B Ziino, A distant grief: Australians, war graves and the Great War, Crawley, W.A.: University of Western Australia Press, 2007