Teaching Fellows and Postgraduate Teaching Assistants 2014-2015

Part-time Teaching Fellows

Carla Benzan

Main research interests:
Early modern art and visual culture (especially seventeenth-century Italy); polychromatic sculpture and relief; trompe l'oeil painting; theories of space and place; embodiment and the body in relation to early modern theories of the image.

Office hours: tba
Course: HART1307 Thematic Seminar
HART3231 Materiality and Intermediality: Images, Journeys and Exchanges in Early Modern Europe

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Carla Benzan

Stina Barchan

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

Office hours: tba
Course: HART3101 Advanced Undergraduate Course in the History of Art (1) History, Memory and Ruins: Visualising the Past from Romanticism to 9/11

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Stina Barchan

Eva Branscome

Main research interests:

Office hours: tba
Course: HART2214 Architecture and Modernity c.1850-1920: Urban Spaces - Urban Living

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Eray Cayli

Main research interests:

Architectural History and Theory, Anthropology of Art and Architecture, Cultural Heritage, Museum Studies, Art and Architecture in the Public Realm, Politics of Memory, Object-based Learning.

Office hours: tba
Course: HART1701 Architecture in London
HART1307EC London's times of destruction and (re)construction

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Eray Cayli

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: tba
Course: HART3103 Advanced Undergraduate Course in the History of Art (3) Us & Them: Modernity and the Representation of Armed Conflict

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Dr Paul Fox

Nick Grindle

Main research interests:

Office hours: tba
Course: HART3205 Patrons and Painters in Elizabethan and Stuart England

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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: tba
Course: HART1304 Thematic Seminar: Medieval Maps: Knowledge, Imagination and the World
HART 2101 Selected Themes in Medieval Art and Architecture: Medieval Maps: Knowledge, Imagination, and The World

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Jack Hartnell

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: tba
Courses: HART2107 Selected Themes in Art and Architecture c.1700 Onwards (1): Machines, Media and Meaning: Photography to the Internet
HART2222 Art/Event
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Dr Cadence Kinsey

Dr Teresa Kittler

Main research interests:
The politics of domesticity in modern and contemporary art; Twentieth Century Italian Art; theories of space and place; gender and representation.

Office hours: tba
Courses: HART2106 Selected Themes in Art and Architecture c.1700 Onwards (2): The Italian Avant-Garde
HART3104 Advanced Undergraduate Course in the History of Art (4) Home/Habitat/Community in Modern and Contemporary Italian Art
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Teresa Kittler

Matilde Nardelli

Main research interests:

Office hours: tba
Course: HART3321 Art and Technology: Art & the Moving Image

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Alice Sanger

Main research interests:

Office hours: tba
Course: HART3105 Advanced Undergraduate Course in the History of Art (5) Art and the Senses in Early Modernity

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Alice Sanger

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: tba
Course:HART 2105 Selected Themes in Art and Architecture c.1700-c.1850: (Re)viewing Romanticism
HART 2202, London & Paris

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Dr Susannah Walker

Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll

Main research interests:

Office hours: tba
Course: HART2005 Methodologies of Making

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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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