Dr Jessica Kelly

Lecturer in Contextual & Theoretical Studies, UCA Farnham

Academic, School of Communication Design

Dr Jessica Kelly joined UCA as Lecturer in Contextual and Theoretical Studies in 2013. She has taught across the Schools of Design, Architecture and Communication at UCA and currently works with the Graphic Communication and Advertising courses.

Before joining UCA Jessica taught at London Metropolitan University, London Southbank University and The University of Hertfordshire.

Jessica graduated with a BA (Hons) in History from University of Sheffield and went on to graduate with distinction from the MA History of Design at the Royal College of Art and the Victoria and Albert Museum. She completed her PhD, entitled The Ardour of the Layman: The Architectural Review and discourses of modernism in British architecture 1933-1972 at University of Middlesex in 2013. 

Professional Membership, Affiliation and Consultancy

Professional Membership, Affiliation and Consultancy:

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2008) and an accredited supervisor, she is currently supervising a PhD in the School of Architecture at UCA.
  • Editorial Assistant for Interiors Journal (2012-14).

 

External examination:

  • Jessica has examined PhDs in the School of Architecture at UCA in 2016.

Awards, Grants and Commisions:

  • Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, Publication Grant – May 2015
  • UCA Research Institute Research Fund Award
  • Middlesex University Research Travel Grant – July 2011
  • Paul Getty Research Institute Library Research Grant – April 2011

 

Commissions:

  • Bloomsbury Encyclopaedia of Design 2015 - Contributor on topics related to design dissemination and design in Britain.
  • Jessica organised the Behind the Scenes: the hidden mechanisms of design and architectural culture symposium at UCA in 2015, which is being developed into a Special Issue of Architecture and Culture Journal in 2017.
  • Co-convener of the Design History Society Annual Conference in 2009 on the subject Writing Design: Object, Discourse, Process, Translation at University of Hertfordshire.
  • Assistant Curator on the Vienna Café 1900 exhibition at the Royal College of Art in 2008.

Research Outputs

Key outputs on UCARO:

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