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Inga Bryden

Dr Inga Bryden is Reader in Literature and Culture and Head of Research in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Winchester, UK.

Her research interests are interdisciplinary and she has published on Victorian medievalism; visual and material cultures; domestic space; urban space and representations of the city, and Indian culture.

Publications include Reinventing King Arthur (2005); Domestic Space: Reading the Nineteenth-Century Interior, ed. (1999); The Pre-Raphaelites: Writings and Sources, 4 vols (1998) and more recently, articles on revivalism, Indian domestic interiors, and narrative and urban space. Current research projects focus on the relations between architecture and text, and on the space and meanings of the street.

In 2000 Dr Bryden curated an exhibition Pichhavai Paintings (British Council, New Delhi and Royal Commonwealth Society, London).

Dr Bryden has taught creativity and research methods and is currently involved in a funded project on the issues involved in the development of practice-based and practice-led doctorates in the creative arts.
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