Mrs Julie Johnson

Mrs Julie Johnson

Centre Manager: CAHR

Department: Library and Archives
Division: LA Centre for Arts and Humanities Research (CAHR)
Contact: email

Qualifications

Degrees

Postgraduate Diploma, Ealing College, United Kingdom

BSc with Hons 2.1, Imperial College London, London

Employment history

Non-academic

Head of Centre for Arts and Humanities Research, Natural History Museum, United Kingdom, 2009 - ongoing

Collection Development Manager, Natural History Museum, Entomology, United Kingdom, 1990 - 2009

Deputy Librarian (Entomology), Natural History Museum, Library, United Kingdom, 1986 - 1990

Assistant Librarian (Entomology), Natural History Museum, Library, United Kingdom, 1983 - 1986

Highlighted publications

Natural HistoryMuseumLondonEEL, Harvey JMV, Gilbert P, Martin K (1996) A Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Entomology Library of the Natural History Museum, London. Burns & Oates : 251.

Grants

Wallich and Indian Natural History
Role: Principal investigatorHarvey J
Funding: World Collections Programme
Total value £248,090 (to Museum £59,890)
Dates: 2010 - 2011

Constructing Scientific Communities: Citizen Science in the 19th and 21st Centuries
Funding: AHRC
Total value £1,564,148 (to Museum £90,509.34)
Dates: 2013 - 2017

Sloane's Treasures: A cultural and scientific exploration of the research potential of Sir Hans Sloane's collections
Co-investigator: Harvey J
Funding: AHRC
Total value £32,817 (to Museum £22,838)
Dates: 2012 - 2012

External Positions

Constructing Scientific Communities, Management 2014 - on going.

Internal Positions

TECHNE, University Doctoral training Programme consortium, Chair 2014 - on going.

Arts and Humanities Research Council, Science in Culture Research Theme, Member 2012 - on going.

Publications

Harvey J (2010) Museum Lives: recording 70 years of Museum experience. Waterhouse Times, 68 : 14 - 15.

Harvey J, Schenk F (2009) Reflections on the Natural History Museum: the Art of Iridescence and Nature’s Jewels. International Journal of the Arts in Society, 3 (5) : 133 - 144.

Merian MS, Harvey J (2006) The Surinam Album. null : 182.

Harvey J (2005) Sources of Information, In: Identifying British Insects and Arachnids: an annotated bibliography of key works, Barnard PC (Eds). Cambridge University Press :

Natural HistoryMuseumLondonEEL, Harvey JMV, Gilbert P, Martin K (1996) A Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Entomology Library of the Natural History Museum, London. Burns & Oates : 251.

Guest lectures

The Centre for Arts and Humanities Research, Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom, 2015.

Introduction and Chair, A cultural experience: Humanities research at the Natural History Museum: Collection Seminar Series, Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom, 2015.

Invited speaker, Lost and Found, Wallich and Indian Natural History, Carl Peter Thunberg’s Voyage and Scientific Encounters between Europe and Asia, c. 1770-1830: Swedish Collegium for Advanced Studies, Uppsala, Sweden, 2011.

Welcome address and concluding remarks, Science Voices: Scientists speak about science and themselves: Royal Society, London, United Kingdom, 2011.

Exciting arts and humanities research opportunities at the Natural History Museum, Workshop: Plymouth University, Plymouth, United Kingdom, 2010.

Museum Lives, an Oral History Project, Museums Association Conference: York, United Kingdom, 2009.

Centre for Arts and Humanities Research at the Natural History Museum, Workshop: Manchester museum, Manchester, United Kingdom, 2009.

Introduction

Qualifications

Degrees

Postgraduate Diploma, Ealing College, United Kingdom

BSc with Hons 2.1, Imperial College London, London

Employment history

Non-academic

Head of Centre for Arts and Humanities Research, Natural History Museum, United Kingdom, 2009 - ongoing

Collection Development Manager, Natural History Museum, Entomology, United Kingdom, 1990 - 2009

Deputy Librarian (Entomology), Natural History Museum, Library, United Kingdom, 1986 - 1990

Assistant Librarian (Entomology), Natural History Museum, Library, United Kingdom, 1983 - 1986

Highlighted publications

Natural HistoryMuseumLondonEEL, Harvey JMV, Gilbert P, Martin K (1996) A Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Entomology Library of the Natural History Museum, London. Burns & Oates : 251.

Projects

Grants

Wallich and Indian Natural History
Role: Principal investigatorHarvey J
Funding: World Collections Programme
Total value £248,090 (to Museum £59,890)
Dates: 2010 - 2011

Constructing Scientific Communities: Citizen Science in the 19th and 21st Centuries
Funding: AHRC
Total value £1,564,148 (to Museum £90,509.34)
Dates: 2013 - 2017

Sloane's Treasures: A cultural and scientific exploration of the research potential of Sir Hans Sloane's collections
Co-investigator: Harvey J
Funding: AHRC
Total value £32,817 (to Museum £22,838)
Dates: 2012 - 2012

Professional activities

External Positions

Constructing Scientific Communities, Management 2014 - on going.

Internal Positions

TECHNE, University Doctoral training Programme consortium, Chair 2014 - on going.

Arts and Humanities Research Council, Science in Culture Research Theme, Member 2012 - on going.

Publications

Publications

Harvey J (2010) Museum Lives: recording 70 years of Museum experience. Waterhouse Times, 68 : 14 - 15.

Harvey J, Schenk F (2009) Reflections on the Natural History Museum: the Art of Iridescence and Nature’s Jewels. International Journal of the Arts in Society, 3 (5) : 133 - 144.

Merian MS, Harvey J (2006) The Surinam Album. null : 182.

Harvey J (2005) Sources of Information, In: Identifying British Insects and Arachnids: an annotated bibliography of key works, Barnard PC (Eds). Cambridge University Press :

Natural HistoryMuseumLondonEEL, Harvey JMV, Gilbert P, Martin K (1996) A Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Entomology Library of the Natural History Museum, London. Burns & Oates : 251.

Impact and outreach

Guest lectures

The Centre for Arts and Humanities Research, Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom, 2015.

Introduction and Chair, A cultural experience: Humanities research at the Natural History Museum: Collection Seminar Series, Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom, 2015.

Invited speaker, Lost and Found, Wallich and Indian Natural History, Carl Peter Thunberg’s Voyage and Scientific Encounters between Europe and Asia, c. 1770-1830: Swedish Collegium for Advanced Studies, Uppsala, Sweden, 2011.

Welcome address and concluding remarks, Science Voices: Scientists speak about science and themselves: Royal Society, London, United Kingdom, 2011.

Exciting arts and humanities research opportunities at the Natural History Museum, Workshop: Plymouth University, Plymouth, United Kingdom, 2010.

Museum Lives, an Oral History Project, Museums Association Conference: York, United Kingdom, 2009.

Centre for Arts and Humanities Research at the Natural History Museum, Workshop: Manchester museum, Manchester, United Kingdom, 2009.