More student volunteer researchers…

Thanks to our enthusiastic students at the University of Leeds we have another 4 student volunteers working on adding data to the Antique Dealer project Interactive Map. Students from the undergraduate module ‘The Art Market: Moments, Methodologies and Meanings’, in the School of Fine Art, History of Art & Cultural Studies, have signed up as volunteer data entry researchers – Katie Bone, Olivia Dobson and Hannah Buckingham are all now official researchers for the project – and another of our Art Market PhD students has also signed up – Simon Spier, who is currently researching the formation of the collections at The Bowes Museum as one of our PhD Collaborative Doctoral Award students (University of Leeds & The Bowes Museum, and supervised by me…)


Our latest student volunteers – Simon, Hannah, Olivia and Katie.

Here are our latest recruits!

Thank you to our 4 latest volunteers, and thank you too to the continuing work that our other volunteers are doing – I’ve been noticing that the interactive map has been increasing in data the last few weeks…it’s great to see the map grow!


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