Student Article Published in the British Art Journal!

Marriage a la Mode: II - The Tete a Tete, c.1743 (oil on canvas)We are thrilled to announce that an article by undergraduate Kaitlyn Farrell, written for the ‘Masterpieces: Making and Meaning’ course in Spring 2013 has been published in the latest issue of the British Art Journal. This is a truly exceptional achievement, and we pass on our congratulations to Kaitlyn. Copies of her article will be available in the London Undergraduate Program library soon.

Kaitlyn FarrellA dog’s world: The significance of canine companions in Hogarth’s Marriage A-la-Mode’, British Art Journal, XIV, no. 2

– Lois Oliver (Professor of Art History, London Global Gateway)

Image: William Hogarth, Marriage A- la-mode, c. 1743, Scene 2: The Tête à Tête (The National Gallery, London)


2012 London Scenic 1 by Matt Cashmore / University of Notre Dame A big, warm welcome to our newest London Undergraduate Program arrivals!  We hope you are as excited as we are about the semester ahead and we look forward to helping you make the most of your time in London.

The London Undergraduate Program team


Image: 2012 London Scenic 1 by Matt Cashmore / University of Notre Dame


Global Dome Exchange Program Article

A lovely article about the Global Dome project which took place in London this summer.

Eight Notre Dame graduate students from the history and English departments joined eight peers from U.K. partner universities this summer for an intensive workshop designed to foster cross-disciplinary training, accelerate dissertation progress, and build international networks of young scholars.

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