Research Output per year
Senior Lecturer in Product Design and Historical and Theoretical Studies in the School of Art, Design & Architecture, since 2000 with over 25 years experience teaching in HE.
July 2019 PhD awaiting examination: Identities of place: the 1951 Festival of Britain in York and Liverpool///////////////////////////////////////l/
2002 Masters in Cultural Studies
1999 Cert Ed
1993 BA (Hons) Design History & The Visual Arts
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Irving, Henry, Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina, Evans, David, Evans, The Civic Front: Reframing Home Front Collections. Wakefield Museums & Castles', Musems and Academics Engagement event.
Unver, Ertu, Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina, Silkstone, Robert, Norris, Peter, Stockton, Glynn and Russel, Paul (2017) Design and Development of Alternative Vectorthotic Insole: Technical Report. Technical Report. Technical Report submitted to HealthStep ltd.. (Submitted)
Unver, Ertu, Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina, li, Zixan, Markham, Rory and Bentum, Luke Van (2017) Visualising & Animating Vectorthotic Products. [Video] (Submitted)
Frank, Fitzpatrick, Unver, Ertu and Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina (2017) Digital sculpting for historical representation: Neville tomb case study. Digital Creativity. ISSN 1462-6268
Benincasa, Caterina (2016) Liverpool Resurgent: How Liverpool used their Arts Festival status in the 1951 Festival of Britain to improve its image. In: European Association of Urban History, Helsinki 2016 Reinterpreting Cities, 13th International Conference for Urban History, 24th - 27th August, Helsinki. (Unpublished)
Swann, David, Wallwein, Louise, Roberts, Sue and Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina Amanda (2016) LifeHacket Trio. David Swann. (Unpublished)
Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina Amanda (2016) What do they think? A potential research methodology for understanding identities of place from a community perspective. In: Managing Complex Social Housing Urban Redevelopment Though Improved Project mangement and Value Generation, 16th - 20th May 2016, Federal University Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. (Unpublished)
Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina Amanda, Taylor, Andrew and Unver, Ertu (2016) Populating Praxis of Place, Stonehenge: An Interdisciplinary Collaboration. In: School of Art, Design & Architecture Research Conference 2016, 14th January 2016, University of Huddersfield. (Unpublished)
Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina Amanda (2015) Architectural Nous: How York Wrote its Identity Through Architecture During the 1951 Festival of Britain. In: Reading Architecture Across the Arts and Humanities, 5th - 6th December 2015, University Stirling. (Unpublished)
Taylor, Andrew, Unver, Ertu and Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina (2014) Material shifts in praxis: Projections of digital humanities embodied within space and place. In: Transition: Re-thinking Textiles and Surfaces, 26th and 27th November 2014, School of Art, Design and Architecture, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK. (Submitted)
Taylor, Andrew, Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina and Unver, Ertu (2014) 3D digital modelling, fabrication and installation for understanding space and place. In: 7th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, 17th-19th November 2014, Seville, Spain.
Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina Amanda (2013) We are not dealing with someone else’s “left overs”! Northern English Cities’ response to the 1951 Festival of Britain. In: Formations and Representations of British National Identity, 19-20 September 2013, Warwick University. (Unpublished)
Benincasa, Caterina (2013) From Repellent to Resurgent- Liverpool and the 1951 Festival of Britain. In: Transformation of Urban Britain Since 1945, 9-10 July 2013, Centre for Urban History University Leicester. (Unpublished)
Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina (2013) From Ration Books to Resurrection: How northern cities reached out to the people during the 1951 Festival of Britain. In: Social History Annual Conference 2013, 25th - 27th March 2013, University of Leeds. (Unpublished)
Taylor, Andrew, Unver, Ertu and Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina Amanda (2012) Hyper naturalism and simulacra in Stonehenge art. In: 4th International Euro-Mediterranean Conference (EuroMed 2012), Cyprus, 29 October - 3 November 2012.
Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina Amanda (2012) BBC Stoke Breakfast with Pete Morgan - Caterina Benincasa-Sharman talking about Staffordshire's contribution to the 1951 Festival of Britain in the London based and Travelling Exhibitions. [Audio]
Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina Amanda (2011) The 1951 Festival of Britain: A Northern Perspective. In: York Festival, July 12th 2011, Bedern Hall, York. (Unpublished)
Benincasa-Sharman, Caterina Amanda (2011) Signposts: The Festival of Britain 1951. History Today. pp. 54-55. ISSN 0018-2753
Benincasa, Caterina (2010) Pigeons not Doves: Liverpool’s Contribution to the Festival of Britain, 1951. In: Modern British History Conference, 22nd - 23rd JUne 2010, St Andrews University, Scotland. (Unpublished)
Benincasa, Caterina (2009) “Its 1951 not 951” How did Leeds and York Represent their Identity of Place in the Festival of Britain Celebrations? In: Conference on Modern British History, 23-24 June 2009, Department of History, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. (Unpublished)
Benincasa, Caterina (2007) Strawberries and sinners: Lilian Ream’s photographs of migrant East End labour and the Wishbech Fruiting Campaign. In: Inter War Rural History Research Group International Conference, 4-6 January 2007, Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, England. (Unpublished)
Benincasa, Caterina (2004) Feeling Follows Function: Gendered Responses to the Teaching of Material Culture. In: 4th International Conference on Design History and Design Studies: 'Coincidence & Co-incidence', 1-5 November 2004, Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico. (Unpublished)
Benincasa, Caterina (2004) Has Art History Had its Day? A Pedagogical Experiment into the Relevance of Historical and Contextual Studies for Fine Art Undergraduates. In: Association of Art Historians Annual Conference: ‘Old/New?, 1-3 April 2004, University of Nottingham. (Unpublished)
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Research Expertise and Interests
- Urban Humanities
- Theoretical and pedagogic aspects of the digital simulation of historical artefacts
- The built environment with design and CAD practitioners
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Activities per year
Liverpool Resurgent: How Liverpool Used their Arts Festival Status in the 1851 Festival of Britain to Improve its ImageCaterina Benincasa (Speaker)
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Oral presentation