Research expertise in the Department of History of Art concerns core issues of representations, their histories, and theories.
The department’s record in producing exhibitions of international significance is fundamental to its character and status as a research centre.
Staff have ongoing collaborative projects with galleries and art schools, including the AHRC funded network 'Cultures of Landscape'.
The prestigious NIRVC is a forum for research in art-historical and visual culture studies, drawing on a range of disciplines.
It is a focus for conferences and seminars that bring together staff and students from across the University, creating an active research culture with national and international connections.
NIRVC was established in collaboration with the Djanogly Art Gallery, the Institute of Film and Television Studies, and the Postgraduate School of Critical Theory and Cultural Studies. The Institute's activities primarily reflect the variety of research emanating from members of the Department of History of Art and their links to other institutions, researchers, and research networks.
NIRVC is supported by the University of Nottingham Research Fund and the School of Humanities.
Nottingham Institute for Research in Visual Culture
Art and the American Midwest - this project investigates the ways in which the American Midwest has been represented, visualised, and staged in art and visual culture
Art and Mobility - this project explores the ways in which movement is constitutive of art from its making to its display, viewing, and afterlife
Art History Group
UoN Arts Channel
Module in a Minute
Crop Up Gallery blog
Art History MPhil/PhD
Art History MRes
Visual Culture MRes
Midlands3Cites DTP AHRC-funding for UK/EU doctoral students
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