Rhea Tuli Partridge

Rhea Tuli Partridge is an OOC DTP PhD candidate at the Cambridge Heritage Research Centre, University of Cambridge. She is conducting her doctoral research on the Clive Collection in collaboration with the National Trust. Her work explores the many diverse and shifting meanings of the objects in the Collection, throughout their diverging and overlapping life histories in South Asia and Britain.  

Rhea has an international background; she relocated from New Delhi to receive her BA in history and MA in history of art at University College London. In addition to her work experiences in Spain and India, she was formerly a curatorial assistant at Kettle’s Yard and art curator for the inter-Asia LGBTQIA+ platform, ‘Queer’ Asia.  

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