Monthly Archives: June 2021

A beetle, a rose and a blackbird…?

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A student post by Pigi Sakellaropoulou, PhD researcher of Early Modern Art History at the University of Edinburgh and Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities (SGSAH) Intern at The Hunterian on the project ‘Bridging Collections’. During these first three weeks of my SGSAH internship (1) at The Hunterian, I often wonder: “What could a beetle,… Continue reading

Deforming the Female Body

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A student post by Matilda Eriksson, Belén Hernáez Martín, Miyuki Sakai and Charlotte Swindell, History of Art postgraduate students at the University of Glasgow. History of Art postgraduate students at the University of Glasgow have the opportunity to work with The Hunterian to develop proposals for the Object in Focus exhibition space in the Hunterian… Continue reading