Professor Dr Claudia Marx

Professor Dr Claudia Marx

PhD

Claudia Marx is an architect specialising in conservation and working within sensitive historic contexts. Claudia's research interests include the history and theory of conservation and 19th- and early 20th-century architectural history.

Professor Dr Claudia Marx

Claudia Marx is an academic and architect specialising in conservation and working within sensitive historic contexts. She obtained a PhD degree from the University of Cambridge in 2010. Her doctoral research focused on the restoration of medieval cathedrals in England during the 19th century. As a project architect, she was responsible for running and leading architectural projects on a wide range of Grade I listed buildings in England and has worked on several English cathedrals. From 2015 she also taught architectural history at the Department of Architecture at the University of Cambridge. Since 2019 she has been Professor of Architectural Conservation and Design at TU Dresden. Her research interests include the history and theory of conservation and 19th- and early 20th-century architectural history. Claudia Marx is a chartered member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). She serves on the Fabric Advisory Committees for Ely and Peterborough Cathedrals.

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Image 'Barbarians under the rug' by Enej Gala

Art Exhibition: 'After News Before Bed'

24/02/2024 at 10.00

Visit Wolfson's latest exhibition 'After News Before Bed' featuring work by emerging artist Enej Gala, winner of the Wolfson Royal Academy Schools Graduate Prize.

Painting of people on a harbour in the 1820s

The Age of Revolutions in Southern Europe

27/02/2024 at 17.30

What is a revolution? What role did Southern Europe play in the history of modern politics?

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Creative Poetry Workshop

28/02/2024 at 19.00

‘Poetry is everywhere; it just needs editing’, James Tate

Paper faces of all different colours.

The Place of Islamophobia within Debates on Racism

29/02/2024 at 17.30

This event is the second of three roundtables that Wolfson's REACH Research Hub will be organising over the academic year under the heading ‘Hierarchies of Racism?’ 

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