Penny McElwee – what’s missing from 18th Century English Paintings

Farm labourers and rural workers were absent from 18th century English paintings.  This was one of Penny McElwee’s conclusions on completing her PhD. in Cultural Art History with Warnborough College two years ago.  The following year her PhD. thesis was published by Cambridge Scholars as ‘The Non-Representation of the Agricultural Labourers in …

Dr Ruth Todd being presented her testamur by Dr Brenden Tempest-Mogg

Economic Racism : A New Reality? – Interview with Dr Ruth Todd

Ruth Todd had done lot of international travel in her previous job roles, working in the nuclear power industry and in cyber security. When later studying a PhD in The History of Ideas through Warnborough College Ireland, she chose chose to focus on economic racism (see Economic discrimination).  Her research …

Dr Ian Cooper with others

Parkinson’s disease research the Warnborough way

Dr Ian Cooper gained a Phd in Epidemiology at Warnborough College, leading to groundbreaking research in the study of Parkinson’s disease.  He is currently a lecturer in Chemistry and Physics at Taylor’s College, University of Sydney.  Dr Cooper has written a short retrospective review of his doctorate research and about …

Dr Michael Henss, Warnborough College, PhD in Art History, with his wife Ruth

Q and A with Dr Michael Henss – Asian art historian.

Asian art has been a lifelong passion for Swiss art historian Michael Henss. He is renowned for his scholarly research on Tibetan monuments and tombs.  He was able to answer some questions we put to him about his time studying for his PhD at Warnborough: Why did you decide to …

Art Olympia 2017

International Open Art Competition

All Warnborough Fine Arts (MFA and PhDFA) students are encouraged to enter the Art Olympia 2017 competition. Warnborough students who are studying through our Academic Partners worldwide are also encouraged to enter. Art Olympia is a new international open art competition held once every two years. The main goals are …

Elizabeth Raney, PhD

Graduate Interview: Elizabeth Raney, PhD

We chatted to our Doctoral graduate, Elizabeth Raney, who completed our PhD in Cultural Art History. Her mentor was Dr Jill Kiefer. Where do you live now and what do you do? I live in Los Angeles and work at MOCA (The Museum of Contemporary Art). Why did you choose …