Joy Onyejiako

Experienced in the arts sector; worked previously within the Brunei Gallery, SOAS, and assisted in organising contemporary and historical exhibitions. Her PhD research utilises interdisciplinary sources to assess pre-colonial fifteenth – sixteenth-century West African Luso ivory carvings and investigates the elegant artefacts’ impact on British decorative art and design.

Degree Programme: PhD Candidate PhD in History of Art and Archaeology, School of Arts