Dorothée Pullinger's extraordinary life and work continues to fascinate, now UWS academics are searching for her Paisley connection. The research was enabled by a Royal Academy of Engineering Ingenious award in 2017 for "A Car for Women, and other stories" project, and the University of the West of Scotland’s Vice Principal’s Research Fund, under the multidisciplinary joint venture between the teams of the School of Engineering and Computing led by Prof Katherine Kirk and the School of Media, Culture and Society led by Prof Katarzyna Kosmala of University of the West of Scotland in collaboration with Scottish cultural organizations and independent historians. Tony Grace is  currently making a film about her extraordinary life. 

Team has contributed a feature in My Story of Paisley in Paisley 2021 for the UK City of Culture

Here is the story

 

 

References

TitleThe story of Dorothée Pullinger
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletMy Story of Paisley in Paisley 2021 for the UK City of Culture
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date5/10/17
DescriptionDorothée Pullinger's extraordinary life and work continues to fascinate cultural researchers and engineering historians, now UWS academics are searching for her Paisley connection. The research was enabled by a Royal Academy of Engineering Ingenious award in 2017 for "A Car for Women, and other stories" project, and the University of the West of Scotland’s Vice Principal’s Research Fund, under the multidisciplinary joint venture between the teams of the School of Engineering and Computing led by Prof Katherine Kirk and the School of Media, Culture and Society led by Prof Katarzyna Kosmala of University of the West of Scotland in collaboration with Scottish cultural organizations and independent historians.
Producer / AuthorPaisley for UK City of Culture 2021
URLwww.paisley2021.co.uk/paisley-stories/dorothée-pullinger/
PersonsKatarzyna Kosmala, Katherine Kirk, Anthony Grace, Evdoxia Viza

Description

Dorothée Pullinger's extraordinary life and work continues to fascinate, now UWS academics are searching for her Paisley connection. The research was enabled by a Royal Academy of Engineering Ingenious award in 2017 for "A Car for Women, and other stories" project, and the University of the West of Scotland’s Vice Principal’s Research Fund, under the multidisciplinary joint venture between the teams of the School of Engineering and Computing led by Prof Katherine Kirk and the School of Media, Culture and Society led by Prof Katarzyna Kosmala of University of the West of Scotland in collaboration with Scottish cultural organizations and independent historians. Tony Grace is  currently making a film about her extraordinary life. 

Team has contributed a feature in My Story of Paisley in Paisley 2021 for the UK City of Culture

Here is the story

 

 

Period5 Oct 2017

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