James Alexander Cameron (Courtauld Institute of Art)
Sedilia in English Churches: Challenges and Discoveries in the Study of Parish Church Architecture
James will be talking about his PhD on medieval sedilia at the Mellon Institute at Bedford Square (Russell Square/Holborn tube) at 12:30 on Friday 22nd February.
The spring programme of research lunches is geared to doctoral students and junior scholars working on the history of British art and architecture. They are intended to be informal events in which individual doctoral students and scholars talk for half-an-hour about their projects, and engage in animated discussion with their peers. A sandwich lunch, will be provided by the Centre. We hope that this series will help foster a sense of community amongst PhD students and junior colleagues from a wide range of institutions, and bring researchers together in a collegial and friendly atmosphere.
All are welcome. However, places are limited, so if you would like to attend please contact our Events Co-ordinator, Ella Fleming on firstname.lastname@example.org