St Andrews has various scholarship opportunities for prospective St Andrews postgraduate students. Our‘Recent Graduate Discount’ is designed to recognise the loyalty of current St Andrews students and very recent St Andrews alumni when they apply for postgraduate courses here. Details of all our scholarship opportunities and initiatives can be found on our web page.www.st-andrews.ac.uk/scholarships
Dr Natalie Adamson (firstname.lastname@example.org
) specialises in late nineteenth- and twentieth- century art in France, Surrealism and the history of photography. She is author of Painting, Politics, and the Struggle for the École de Paris, 1944-1964 (2009).
Dr Fabio Barry (email@example.com
) specialises in Italian Renaissance and Baroque Architecture. Other research and teaching interests include antique and late-antique art and architecture, Byzantine art and architecture, the history of materiality, and (currently) western cosmology and architecture through the ages. He is co-editor of The Rome of Piranesi in the Great “Vedute” (2006) and The Serpent and the Stylus: Essays on G B Piranesi (2006).
Professor Ian Carradice (firstname.lastname@example.org
) lectures inMuseum and Gallery Studies and is also Director of UniversityMuseums. His numerous books on ancient numismatics include Coinage in the Greek World (1988), The Coin Atlas (1990), Greek Coins (1995) and Roman Provincial Coinage Vol. II (1999) and more recently Roman Imperial Coinage Vol.II.1 (2007) and Les Monedes de Vespasià de la Provincia Tarraconensis (69-70dC) (2010).
Annette Carruthers (email@example.com
) specialises in decorative arts and design and lectures inMuseum and Gallery Studies. An authority on Arts and Crafts designers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, she has published extensively on architecture and the decorative arts and is currently researching the Arts and Crafts Movement in Scotland.
Professor Brendan Cassidy (firstname.lastname@example.org
) (Head of School) specialises in late mediaeval Italian painting and sculpture. He is also interested in iconography, the reception of theMiddle Ages and in relations between Britain and Italy in the eighteenth century. Recently he has published Politics, Civic Ideals and Sculpture in Italy c.1240-1400 (2007) and Gavin Hamilton (1723-98): Artist and Art Dealer in Eighteenth-Century Rome (2011).
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