Dr Miriam Gill BA
PhD (Courtauld Institute),
Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Miriam has taught art history and history to mature students over a period of 20 years in a wide variety of institutions including Morley College, London, and for the universities of Birmingham, Nottingham, Oxford and Cambridge.
She has worked for the Vaughan Centre and at the former Vaughan College since 1998. She was the course director for the Certificates in Art History and Architectural History and has been a tutor for the part-time Certificate and BA in Humanities and Arts. She also teaches at the Richard Attenborough Centre.
- Lucy Faire and Miriam Gill, ‘Phoenix from the Ashes: The Origins and Development of Leicester Vaughan College’, in Cilla Ross and Malcolm Noble, eds, Reclaiming the University for the Public Good: Experiments and Futures in Co-operative Higher Education (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019).
- Miriam Gill, ‘The Doom in Holy Trinity Church and Wall-Painting in Medieval Coventry‘, in Linda Monckton, ed., Coventry: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in the City and its Vicinity (London: Rougledge, 2017)