Research Fellow in Garden History
Marion Mako is a Research Fellow of the Humanities Research Institute and a tutor of the Institute’s London-based graduate programme, the MA in Garden History.
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As part of the Leverhulme Trust-funded ‘Historic Gardens of England’ project, Marion was appointed the consultant for the counties of Cheshire (2008) and Somerset (2010), which she researched and co-authored with Professor Timothy Mowl. She is currently Research Fellow for the project.
Other publications include: Eaton Hall – The history of the Duke of Westminster’s gardens (2009) and The University of Bristol – Historic Gardens (2011).
Marion has previously lectured for the University of Bristol MA in Garden History, gives talks, has appeared on television and radio and leads garden tours in the UK and abroad. She is currently researching the garden designs of Alfred Parsons and the eighteenth-century pleasure grounds at Kedleston Hall.