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Dr Kathryn Milligan

Dr

Kathryn Milligan

Post Doc Research Fellow Lvl I
School of Art History and Cultural Policy
University College Dublin, School of Art History and Cultural Policy, Humanities Institute Ireland Belfield Dublin 4

BIO

Kathryn Milligan is an IRC Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Art History and Cultural Policy. Following her PhD studies at Trinity College Dublin, from 2015-2017, Kathryn was the inaugural ESB Fellow at the ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art at the National Gallery of Ireland. Recent publications include: 'Harry Clarke and The Dublin Magazine', in Harry Clarke and Artistic Visions of the Irish Free State (IAP, 2018); 'A Venetian mystery: Two paintings by Walter Osborne in the Kildare Street and University Club, Dublin' (Journal of the History of Collections, 2018); 'The Presence Chamber and Royal Processions, 1821 - 1911', in Making Majesty: The Throne Room at Dublin Castle, A Cultural History (IAP, 2017) and 'BLAST and the Canon: Exploring Wyndham Lewis's 'Review of Contemporary Art', in BLAST at 100: A Modernist Magazine Reconsidered (Brill, 2017). Kathryn is also the current editor of Artefact, the journal of the Irish Association of Art Historians.

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

  • Visiting Research Fellow
    Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland28 Sep 2014 - 10 Apr 2015

NON-ACADEMIC POSITIONS

  • ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art Fellow
    National Gallery of Ireland15 Apr 2015 - 22 Sep 2017

DEGREES

  • PhD
    Trinity College Dublin, Ireland1 Sep 2011 - 10 Apr 2015
  • MPhil Irish Art History
    Trinity College Dublin, Ireland1 Oct 2009 - 31 Aug 2010
  • BA (Hons)
    University College Dublin, Ireland1 Sep 2005 - 31 May 2009

CERTIFICATIONS

  • Special Purpose Certificate in Academic Practice
    Trinity College Dublin
    The Professional Special Purpose Certificate in Academic Practice is a level 9, non-major award that focuses on professional development in academic practice, integrating four interrelated facets: teaching, learning, research and leadership. It carries a credit volume of 15 ECTS.