Department of Cultural, Media and Visual Studies



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Simon Constantine

Teaching Associate, Faculty of Arts



Born in Sheffield, Simon studied Fine Art at Chesterfield College before completing his BA, MA, and PhD in History of Art at the University of Leeds. He is currently a Teaching Associate in History of Art at Nottingham. Prior to this, he lectured at Birkbeck, UCL, University of Leeds, Newcastle University, and University of Aberdeen and is a longstanding Consultant Lecturer for Sotheby's Institute of Art, London. During his doctoral studies, he also worked as an editor for parallax.

Expertise Summary

Simon is a specialist in modern and contemporary art, with a particular focus on the history and theory of photography. His areas of expertise include street photography, documentary, photojournalism, the relationship photography and post-war American art, and contemporary photographic practices. Simon's broader research interests extend to critical theory, socially engaged art, and the relationship between aesthetics and politics.

Department of Cultural, Media and Visual Studies

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