Dr. Jemma Field

Dr. Jemma Field

Dr. Jemma Field

JEMMA IS A MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW BASED IN LONDON WHERE SHE IS PREPARING THE FIRST TRANSCULTURAL STUDY OF ANNA OF DENMARK (1574-1619). SHE HOLDS A PHD ON ANNA'S CULTURAL AGENCY DURING HER TIME IN ENGLAND (1603-1619) AND HAS A DECADE OF TEACHING EXPERIENCE FROM THE UNIVERSITIES OF AUCKLAND, SYDNEY, AND WAIKATO. 

MOST RECENTLY SHE HAS PUBLISHED ARTICLES ON ANNA'S WARDROBE GOODS WITH COSTUME, (51.1, MARCH 2017) WHICH INCLUDES A FULL TRANSCRIPTION OF THE QUEEN'S c.1608 WARDROBE INVENTORY, AND ANNA'S 1617 HUNTING PORTRAIT WITH THE BRITISH ART JOURNAL (17.2, NOVEMBER 2017). SHE IS CURRENTLY PREPARING A CHAPTER ON ANNA'S JEWELLERY PATRONAGE FOR AN EDITED COLLECTION, FASHIONING WOMEN AT THE EARLY MODERN COURT, 1400-1700, DUE OUT WITH AMSTERDAM UNIVERSITY PRESS IN LATE 2018.

 Associate Professor Erin Griffey

Associate Professor Erin Griffey

Associate Professor Erin Griffey

ERIN IS ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ART HISTORY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND. SHE HAS WRITTEN EXTENSIVELY ON HENRIETTA MARIA, MOST NOTABLY, ON DISPLAY: HENRIETTA MARIA AND THE MATERIALS OF MAGNIFICENCE AT THE STUART COURT (YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2016). HER CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS INCLUDE THE STUART ROYAL BEDCHAMBER (WITH OLIVIA FRYMAN); BEAUTY AND THE FEMALE BODY: CLOTHING AND COSMETICS, RITUALS AND RECIPES (WITH KIM PHILLIPS) AND AN EDITED VOLUME, FASHIONING WOMEN AT COURT 1500-1700: SARTORIAL POLITICS