Dr Juliet Carroll

Liverpool School of Art and Design


2017, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom, Phd
2011, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom, M.Res Art and Design
2010, Liverpool John Morores University, United Kingdom, BA (Hons) History of Art amd Museum Studies

Academic appointments

Lecturer in History of Art and Museum Studies, History of Art, Liverpool John Moores University, 2016 - present


Sheldon JL. 2016. 'Inspired by the Italian Originals': Rathbone and the Della Robbia Pottery Sheldon JL. The Della Robbia Pottery: From Renaissance to Regent Street :55-72 Liverpool University Press 978-1-78138-273-8


Carroll JL. Renaissance to Regent Street: Harold Rathbone and the Della Robbia Pottery of Birkenhead Sheldon J. Public Url

External collaboration:

City Labs, LJMU, Convenience Gallery, Birkenhead. 2023

City Lab, LJMU, Liverpool University Hospital Trust. 2023

Art Labs, Liverpool John Moores University, Library Services, Liverpool John Moores University, National Museums of Liverpool: Walker Art Gallery. 2017

Conference presentation:

Narratives of Homelessness, Narratives, Self and Identity: Traditions and Innovations, REVA University, Bangalore, Oral presentation. 2021

Encountering the Unique: the Della Robbia Pottery of Birkenhead and the Architectural Bas Reliefs of Luca della Robbia, 'New Sculptors, Old Masters: The Victorian Renaissance of Italian Sculpture', Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, Oral presentation. 2019

The Della Robbia Pottery of Birkenhead, Revisiting Romanticism’., MALAG conference at Whitworth Gallery, Manchester,, Oral presentation. 2015

Teaching qualification:

PG Cert 'Learning and Teaching in Higher Education'. 2019

Other invited event:

Narratives of Homelessness, Tate Liverpool, A joint collaboration between Tate Liverpool, Art Labs at LJMU and Chester Aid to the Homeless. The project aims to give the homeless and marginalised a clear voice through the use of art and making. 2018

Ten Thousand Pennies, Liverpool, Chester, Collaboration between LJMU and Chester Aid to the Homeless. The project investigates the perceptions of money, wealth and economic power through performance art. 2017

'Renaissance to Regent Street: The Della Robbia Pottery, Birkenhead, Williamson Art Gallery and Museum, The exhibition was researched and curated to provide a visual interrogation of the relationship between the Della Robbia Pottery and late-nineteenth century travel to Italy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bg2roEg3ym0. 2016