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Helen Glanville est ingénieur d’étude CNRS sur...

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Helen Glanville est ingénieur d’étude CNRS sur contrat, à compter du 1er décembre 2014.

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Courtauld Institute of Art, London University
Diploma in the Conservation and Restoration of Easel Paintings

Oxford University, Somerville College
Honours Degree in Modern Languages (Italian and French) 2:1
Master of Arts (1982)

Education :

Secondary Education :
’A’Levels : Italian, English, Biology, Chemistry
’S’Level : Biology (merit)
’O’Levels : English Language, English Literature, French, Italian, Latin, Russian, History, Geography, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Art history.

Primary Education : Scuola Elementare S.Orsola, Milan (Italy) and Lycée Français de Milan.

Languages :

Tri-lingual in Italian, French and English.
Russian – colloquial.

University positions

Dec 2014- Ingénieur d’étude, LAMS (Laboratoire d’Analyse Moléculaire et Structurale)- CNRS (Centre Nationale de Recherche Scientifique), UPMC (Université Pierre et Marie Curie), Paris, Sorbonne Universités. Instrumental in drawing up MoUs with Palazzo Barberini in Rome and Capodimonte Museum,Naples. Mentoring of chemistry PhD students.

2012 – 14 Conservator (Research and teaching), Half-time post, Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge.

2008 – 2014 University of Cambridge, Department of Architecture and History of Art, Supervisor/ lecturer/ member of discussion panels (BA “Making & Meaning” course)

2009 - 2010 University of Warwick, Department of Art History, Visiting Lecturer.
Creation of new 2nd Year BA Module “Museology, Perception and Display” (2009), and 3rd Year BA Module “Issues of Curatorship and Museology in Contemporary and Modern Art.”(2010)

2006- 2009 Tbilisi State Academy of Fine Arts, Tbilisi, Georgia. Faculty of Conservation, Art History and Theory. (Associate Visiting Lecturer – 1 month a year )

2002 - 2007 Courtauld Institute of Art, London, History of Art Department, Visiting Lecturer M.A. - History and Theory of the Art Museum – 1750 to the present day With Giles Waterfield. (Conservation and Restoration philosophy and ethics ; conservation and curatorship ; Display and Exhibitions ; Preventive Conservation)

1998- 2004 University College London. History of Art Department.
Permanent, half-time lectureship (shared post with Libby Sheldon). BA “History of Art and Material Studies” (Modules taught :“History and chemistry of Painting Materials” ; Scientific Investigation of Paintings” ;“Philosophy of Conservation & Restoration”) ; Creation of new M.A. - “19th century Painting Technique and the Old Masters”.

1992-1996 Sorbonne, Université de Paris, I
Maîtrise de Science et Technologie de Conservation et Restauration des Biens Culturels. TP (Travaux Pratiques – Reconstructions of historical techniques ;Colour Theory as applied to retouching .)