Revolutionary Red Tape is a four-year research project funded by the British Academy and led by Dr Emma West. It examines how public servants and official committees helped to commission, disseminate and popularise modern British art, design, literature and culture.
Dr Emma West has launched a new blog to share research findings from her postdoctoral project, Revolutionary Red Tape: How state bureaucracy shaped British modernism.
Drawing on her experiences as a postdoctoral researcher working in- and outside modernist studies, Dr West explores possible ways forward for the field.
Part of the #Temple80 series of events co-curated by Birmingham's Dr Emma West.
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