Teaching Fellows and Postgraduate Teaching Assistants 2013-2014

Part-time Teaching Fellows

Stina Barchan

Main research interests:
The Visual Culture of Weimar Germany; Gender and Representation.

Office hours: tbc
Course: HART2108 Selected Themes in Art and Architecture 1850 to the present (2) Gender, Sexuality and the Avant-Garde

Email: s.barchan@ucl.ac.uk

Stina Barchan

Dr Warren Carter

Main research interests:
20th century American art; Mexican muralism; methodologies within the social history of art; and marxist theory.

Office hours: Monday 10-11am SR6
Course: HART2223 Inventing the Americans

+44 (0)20 3108 4023 (internal 54023)
Email: w.carter@ucl.ac.uk

Dr Warren Carter

Dr Paul Fox

Main research interests:
Responses to conflict in visual media: Battle painting and the academy; print culture and colonial encounters; war photography; the official war artist as witness during the world wars and beyond; the gendering of bodies, senses and spaces of war; memory, identity, commemoration and the built environment; restitution; propaganda; conflict since 9/11; trauma; the war/arrt museum.
Art, politics and modernity in the early twentieth-century.

Office hours: tbc
Course: HART2227 Architecture and Modernity, Europe 1900-1945; HART3103 Us and Them: Modernity and the Representation of Armed conflict

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Dr Paul Fox

Jack Hartnell

Email: jack.hartnell@courtauld.ac.uk

Main research interests:
Medieval art and architecture; contemporary theories of the body and bodily phenomena; anatomy and art writing.

Office hours: tbc
Course: HART2102 The Manipulated Medieval Body

Email: jack.hartnell@courtauld.ac.uk

Jack Hartnell

Susan Jones

Office hours: Autumn term only
Courses: HART1304 Art and Architecture pre 1700; HART2101 Selected Themes in Medieval Art and Architecture (1)
Email: s.frances.jones@ucl.ac.uk

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Dr Cadence Kinsey

Main research interests:
Cadence is currently writing a book provisionally entitled Making and Re-Making Art After the Internet, funded by a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship. Current research interests include: theories of medium/post-medium in relation to recent practices that use or respond to new technology; the relationship between new technology and traditional categories of media; 'live' art from the 1960s to today; gender and representation.

Office hours: Tuesday 2-4pm, SR4
Courses: HART2222 Art/Event; HART3102 Art and Technology
Email: cadence.kinsey@ucl.ac.uk

Dr Cadence Kinsey

Teresa Kittler

Main research interests:
Modern and Contemporary Art; Postwar Italian Art; Sculpture in the Twentieth Century; Gender and Representation.

Office hours: Wednesday 1-2pm, SR5
Courses: HART2215 Image/Object
Email: teresa.kittler.09@ucl.ac.uk

Teresa Kittler

Dr Tom Morgan Evans

Main research interests:
Thomas is researching the work of Andy Warhol and its impact on contemporary art for a book project funded by the Henry Moore Institute. The work will inform his 2013 First Year thematic course 'Abstraction After Warhol'. Now and again he writes for LUX.

Office hours: tbc

Course: HART1307 Thematic Seminar (2): Art and Architecture after 1700

Email: thomas.evans@ucl.ac.uk

Tom Morgan Evans

Martin Perks

Main research interests:
Art and political engagement mid 19th to mid 20th century. The relationship between 'high' and 'low' cultures.

Office hours: Thursday 1-2pm

Course: HART1307 Thematic Seminar (2): Art and Architecture after 1700

Email: m.perks@ucl.ac.uk

Martin Perks

Dr Danielle Thom

Main research interests:
Satirical print culture and the 18th century art world, the development of public spheres and institutions, performativity and material culture, gender and representation, the history and psychogeography of London.

Office hours: tbc
Course: HART 3218 Hogarth and Visual Satire

Email: danielle.thom@ucl.ac.uk

Dr Danielle Thom

Dr Susannah Walker

Main research interests:
Painting and graphic arts 1790-1870 and Print Culture in Britain 1700-1848 with particular focus on the intersection between subjective narrative and historical trauma.

Office hours: Tuesday 4-6 pm, Room G04 Hse 21
Course:HART 2202, London and Paris c.1700-1850

Email: ucwclwa@ucl.ac.uk

Dr Susannah Walker

Graduate student Teaching Assistants 2013-2014

Art in London courses

Larne Abse-Gogarty
Wesley Aelbrecht
Catherine Berger
Carla Benzin
Eva Branscome
Eray Cayli
Elizabeth Kim
Catherine Lofthouse
David Low
Rosemary Moore
Jenny Nachtigall
Harriet O'Neill
Natanael Price
Giulia Smith
Emilia Terracciano
Amy Thomas

Undergraduate Core Course HART1001

Tom Snow
Irene Sabin

Foundation course

Andrew Witt HART1305 (Foundation 2) Allison Deutsch HART1306 (Foundation 1)

Gateway course

Rosemary Moore HART2010 (Gateway 1)
Rye Holmboe HART2011 (Gateway 2)

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