Instructor Biography: Lorella Brocklesby
LORELLA BROCKLESBY, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and London born, has given many lectures and courses for Scarsdale Adult School. She is an adjunct professor of humanities at NYU, has lectured for the Metropolitan Museum and the Smithsonian Institution, and has been a study leader on several Smithsonian Study Tours in Scotland.
 
Other classes taught
England’s Medieval Theatre
A Tudor Court: Henry VIII, His Friends, Foes, and French Rivals
Britain’s Great Victorian Scandals
England’s Royals Afloat
England’s Lake District: A Literary Idyll
England’s Royalty: Families and Babies
England’s Tudor Monarchs: A Heritage of Splendors
Glamorous Stages: England's Victorian Theater
Jane Austen at the Theater
Life Below Stairs in England: Four Centuries of Servants' Tales
Medieval London: Secrets and Splendors
Poldark's Cornwall from Tintagel to Land’s End
Queen Victoria, Artist and Art Patron
Queen Victoria: Portraits, Photos and Palaces
Queen Victoria’s Royal Vacations in Scotland
Scotland’s Heritage: History and Splendor of Scotland’s Cities
Secrets and Scandals in Edwardian England
Splendors and Treasures of the Great Houses of Scotland
The Art of Georgian England: From Portraits to Pets
The Lure of England: Celebrated Americans in the Old World