Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00 - 17.00
Last entry at 16.30
Closed on Sundays, Mondays and bank holidays
Admission is free
Hear expert speakers reflect on themes and ideas raised by our current exhibition Marc Quinn: Drawn from Life on selected Wednesdays. This week, join Dr Clare Pettitt from King’s College London, as she discusses interventions in historic spaces.
Free, just turn up. Meet in the Library-Dining Room. Smile! There may be a camera or filming at this event.
Professor Clare Pettitt is Professor of Nineteenth Century Literature and Culture and Deputy Director of Graduate Studies at King’s College London. She previously taught at Cambridge University and the Universities of Leeds and Oxford. Her research interests includes Victorian literature and culture; the novel form; history of science & technology in the C19; transatlantic encounters; Victorian literature about Italy. She also organises the Shows of London research group and, with Dr Adelene Buckland, and colleagues, she has been responsible for organising several half-day events for this group on subjects such as history and form; ephemera; re-enactment; and London Stutters.