Dr Diana Wilkins is an independent art historian and curator specialising in Modernism, Jewish history and women’s history. She has a Masters in Art History & Museum Curating from the University of Sussex and wrote her dissertation on the work of John Lockwood Kipling, Ram Singh and the Mayo School of Art in late-nineteenth century Punjab. She is currently working with Charleston Farmhouse (the Sussex home of the Bloomsbury Group) on a book highlighting drawings and paintings from Charleston’s archive. She previously edited ‘100 Lewes Women’ celebrating the centenary of women’s suffrage and is an active contributor to the Mapping Suffrage website. In 2019/20, she was the research coordinator for the Shalom Sussex project examining Jewish history during World War One.