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Story Intervention Workshop at 2 Willow Road

Photograph of 2 Willow Road, (c) http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1927659

The National Trust at 2 Willow Road in Hampstead are looking to work with M.St., D.Phil and Early Career Researchers from the University of Oxford on an exciting project to re-interpret the Modernist architect Erno Goldfinger’s family home.

We are looking for research consultants eager to participate in a half-day workshop at 2 Willow Road. This ‘story intervention’ workshop is designed to create focused, structured, and purposeful engagement between researchers and National Trust staff to help answer particular questions about a property’s collection, story or importance.

For further details of the role, please click here to view the Role Profile along with the Client Brief, Statement of Significance and Spirit of Place documents.

This opportunity would especially suit those researching:

• Modernist Architecture in a UK and European context

• Interwar British Architecture

• Suburban Growth

• The History of London

• Modernism in literature and other creative arts

• Interwar Anglo-European cultural exchange

• History of collecting and material culture

To apply for a place on the workshop, please complete the application form by the closing date of 8 July 2016Click here to view the application form.