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James Hamilton lectures on aspects of Turner, Faraday, the culture in Victorian Britain, the art of Volcanoes and twentieth century art.

Since 1998 he has lectured at:

University of Birmingham
St Antony’s College, Oxford
Faculty of Modern History, University of Oxford
Petworth House
Tate Britain, London
Royal Institution, London
Holburne Museum of Art, University of Bath
Art History Summer School, University of Cambridge
Portsmouth Festival
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Leeds City Art Gallery
Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass, 2003
Manchester City Art Gallery
NACF, Worcestershire
Institution of Electrical Engineers, London (the 2003 Blumlein Lecture)
Institution of Electrical Engineers, Birmingham
The Athenaeum Club, London, 2005
Turner 2004, Barber Institute, University of Birmingham
National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh, 2006
Holcombe Art Society, Gloucestershire
British School at Rome, 2007
Peckham Literary Festival 2008
Conference ‘Le Vésuve en Eruption: Savoirs, représentations, practiques’, Instituto Italiano di Scienze Umane, Naples.
Edinburgh International Book Festival
Szepmuveszeti Museum [National Museum of Fine Arts], Budapest 2009
Independent Woodstock Literary Festival
Wimbledon Book Festival
Cheltenham International Literary Festival
Dante Society, Birmingham, 2010
Hungarian Society, Oxford
Compton Verney, Warwickshire
MV Aegean Odyssey
Turner and the Elements symposium, Warburg-Haus, Hamburg
Art First, London
Friends of York Art Gallery
Sunningwell Art Society, Oxfordshire
National Museum, Krakow, Poland
Art Workers’ Guild, London
National Gallery
Barber Institute, University of Birmingham
Herschel Museum, Bath

His fees are agreed by negotiation. Contact James Hamilton to book a lecture.

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