Sarah Moody’s PhD project titled Olfactory Storytelling in Cultural Heritage Institutions examines how museums and other heritage sites have used smell in interpretation and storytelling since 1900 — both as references and with physical uses of smell. She asks how useful smell can be to curators and heritage professionals and explores the ways in which heritage audiences have engaged with olfactory storytelling. Sarah previously studied for an M.A. at The National Gallery and Buckingham University and has an interest in women’s history, country house history, and heritage interpretation.
- Location: Cambridge, United-Kingdom