Dr Lynne Walker of the Institute of Historical Research
‘Going Public: Late Victorian Women, Identity and Space’
6.00, 13 March in TRIARC (The Irish Art Research Centre, TCD), Provost’s Stables (go to Arts Block, basement level, to the back of the building, out the back door and follow signs).
Lynne Walker set up and now runs the course, An Introduction to Visual Sources for Historians, at the IHR and contributes to the MA in Contemporary British History at the CCBH.
Research and publications
She is writing a history of gender, space and architecture in Britain
(17 th century to the present) and her current research interests also include “Women and Church Art” (Sage, forthcoming), as well as a special study of “Lady Anne Clifford” (Lund Humphries, forthcoming).
Drawing on Diversity ( London , 1997); as editor and author
Women Architects: Their Work ( London , 1984)
Cracks in the Pavement ( London , 1992)
As editor, William Morris ( Madrid , 1984).
“Political Pincushions: decorating the abolitionist interior”
(Manchester, 1999 with Vron Ware)
“Home and Away: The Feminist Mapping of Public and Private Space in Victorian London” (in The Unknown City, Cambridge MA/London, 2001)
“Women Patron Builders in Britain: identity, difference and memory in spatial and material culture”( Local/Global , Aldershot, 2006) “Locating the Global/Rethinking the Local: Suffrage Politics, Architecture and Space” ( Women’s Studies Quarterly , 2006).