Angela Maddock BA, MA
Senior Lecturer (.5)
Tel: +44 (0) 1792 481285
- MA – particularly textile and fine art practice
- Undergraduate Contextual Studies – Year 2 and Year 3
- Pastoral Care
MA Contemporary Dialogues: Textiles, Pathway Leader and also lecturing to MA Cohort on textiles, space/place, attachment and craft theory.
Supervision of Year 3 Dissertations
Delivery of Year 2 Contextual Studies Module ‘Surface: Structure: Space’
Research student in School of Materials, The Royal College of Art. Practice based PhD exploring the cultural and subjective value of knitting, relatedness and gifting.
Wider interests include the social and subjective significance of the transitional object, the explication of tacit knowledge and textile materiality.
Currently collaborating with Dr Helena Jerman of Helsinki University: Object Ciphers: Cathexis and Decathexis of the Transitional Object in Diasporic Communities.
Corkhill, B Hemmings, J, Maddock, A and Riley, J Knitting and Well Being Textile Vol 12, Issue 1, pp. 34-57 (forthcoming)
Wolfson College, University of Oxford Lives of Objects September 2013 ‘Lost and Found: Narratives of the Hand Knitted Sweater’
University of Manchester Barthes, Benjamin and Fashion: Exploring Critical Perspectives in Fashion and Dress Studies June 2013 ‘Lost and Found: The Hand knitted Jumper: Exemplar of Fashion’s Agency’
University of Southampton In The Loop September 2012 ‘Re(a)d Knit: Body/Mother/Home’
Co organiser Marking Space (International Conference on connections with Space and Place) Swansea Metropolitan University, 2008