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Julie Farguson

Knowledge Exchange Fellow
Julie Farguson

Dr Julie Farguson is a Knowledge Exchange Fellow and a Lecturer in Early Modern History at St Hilda’s College. Her research is centred on the social, cultural and political histories of early modern Britain, with a particular interest in the visual and material culture of politics. Broader interests include British art and architecture (1660-1800), Anglo-Dutch print culture, and royal patronage of the arts. Julie has published on the visual culture of monarchy in early modern Britain, including an article on George of Denmark’s activities during the Glorious Revolution, and she is currently working on a book manuscript (based on her doctoral thesis), provisionally entitled Visualising Protestant Kingship: Art, Ceremony and the British Monarchy, 1689-1714.