- Dr Lee Grieveson
- Dr Stephanie Bird
- Dr Mererid Puw Davies
- Dr Jo Evans
- Professor John Foot
- Professor Julian Graffy
- Professor Stephen Hart
- Professor Susanne Kord
- Dr Roland-Francois Lack
- Dr Jann Matlock
- Dr Matilde Nardelli
- Dr Melvyn Stokes
- Dr Claire Thomson
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10 graduate studentships worth £5000 each
Applications are open to students pursuing, or intending to pursue, a research degree in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
Dr Jann Matlock
Dr Jann Matlock is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of French at
UCL. She has previously been an associate professor at Harvard
University and a visiting professor at the Universite de Paris 7,
Jussieu, as well as a Guggenheim Fellow, a Getty Postdoctoral Fellow, a
Fellow at the Whitney Humanities Center at Yale University, and a
recipient of grants from the NEH and the AHRC.
She is the author of
Scenes of Seduction: Prostitution, Hysteria, and Reading Difference in
Nineteenth-Century France (Columbia UP, 1994) and the coeditor, with
Marjorie Garber and Rebecca Walkowitz, of Media Spectacles (Routledge,
1993). She has recently completed a book entitled Before the Voyeur:
Spectacles of the Body, Aesthetics, and Vision in Nineteenth-Century
France, and is now working on a project she calls Ghost Objects.
writes on visual representation and cultural history between 1789 and
the present. She was recently the recipient with Lee Grieveson of a UCL
Research Challenges Grant to develop The Film Studies Space: A Centre
for the Cultural History of the Moving Image, and will lead its project
on "Cinematic Memory, Consumer Culture, and Everyday Life" that will
run 2009-2011. She is a member of the Autopsies Research Group that
will host events in conjunction with that project.