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Biography: Cátia Rodrigues is a PhD candidate at Royal Holloway, University of
London. Her doctoral research, funded by TECHNE/AHRC, focuses on the diverse
artistic networks formed by women who became involved with the Pre-Raphaelite
Movement in its first stage (1850-1870), not only as painters, but as writers,
illustrators, patrons, and models. She aims to explore the extent to which their
participation reveals a collective artistic identity, and how their gendered
contributions affected the artistic expansion of the movement. Cátia is currently
part of the Association for Art History’s DECR Steering Committee, and is the
Newsletter Editor for the Women’s History Network.

R.2. Review: Zoë Thomas, Women Art Workers and the
Arts and Crafts Movement

Cátia Rodrigues

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