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Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow, Faculty of Arts
I am an art historian who primarily works on the historiography of twentieth-century art history in Britain and the United States. Before taking up my present role as Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the university, I was a Teaching Associate in Art History. I gained my PhD in 2022 from University College London, and my research has been funded by the Association for Art History, the Paul Mellon Centre and the Terra Foundation for American Art. My writing has been published in Art History, Oxford Art Journal and Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies.
I have previously taught on 'The Language of Art History' and 'Memory and Media'
My Leverhulme project explores the critique of American art after the 1960s through the intellectual contribution of art historian, critic and curator Barbara Rose. I am also the lead editor for… read more
My Leverhulme project explores the critique of American art after the 1960s through the intellectual contribution of art historian, critic and curator Barbara Rose. I am also the lead editor for Cases of Citations: On Literature in Art, an edited collection forthcoming with Manchester University Press, and the co-editor for a special issue for the journal Selva titled 'The Ends of Criticism'. From 2022-2023, I conducted research on the critic Brian Sewell as the Archives and Library Fellow at the Paul Mellon Centre.