Art History Theses
School staff and students participate in University-wide research centres such as the St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies and the Scottish Studies Network. Our principal strengths lie in the areas of medieval and Renaissance art, in European and American modernism, the history of photography, the decorative arts in Britain and Museum and Gallery Studies.
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Scottish documentary photography and the archive : George M. Cowie, Franki Raffles and Document Scotland in the University of St Andrews Photographic Collection (University of St Andrews, 2019-12) - ThesisScottish documentary photography has a significant historical connection with St Andrews. The St Andrews Photographic Collection upholds this link by preserving historic and contemporary collections. This thesis investigates ...
(University of St Andrews, 1989) - Thesis
(University of St Andrews, 2019-06-27) - ThesisSince 2010, the discussion about the relation between curating and education has revolved around Paul O’Neill and Mick Wilson’s proposition of the ‘educational turn’. This term mainly refers to the shift from the peripheral, ...
(University of St Andrews, 2018) - ThesisThe purpose of this thesis is to collate and analyse information on wider-precinct buildings in Scottish monasteries c.1070-1560; all monasteries founded within this period in Scotland are included, regardless of religious ...
(University of St Andrews, 2017-11-20) - ThesisThis thesis re-examines the art historiography of margins and marginality. It has long been recognized that the phenomenon of the marginal – characterized by hybrid forms, and playful scenes of secular subjects – occurred ...