Peter Lindfield




I am an art and architectural historian exploring the history and theory of Georgian design, especially concerning country house architecture and furniture. My research centres upon the changing forms of Gothic Revival design in this period, and the interaction between Gothic and other prevailing styles. For this AHRC-funded project, Writing Britain’s Ruins, I am a postdoctoral research fellow working on network-related outputs, including a popular book on ruins in the Georgian period (to be published by the British Library in 2017) and my monograph, Georgian Gothic: Designing British Medievalist Architecture and Interiors 1730–1840 (Boydell & Brewer, 2016).

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Designed for the non-specialist learner, this six-week course is intended as an introduction to the inter-disciplinary dimensions of the Gothic Revival in British culture of the long eighteenth century (1700-1850). Over 6 weekly sessions, you will be guided by acknowledged experts in the field of Gothic studies.

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