Sarah Parker Remond Centre


Kalvin Schmidt-Rimpler Dinh

Racism and Racialisation

PhD group


Kalvin Schmidt-Rimpler Dinh

Kalvin Schmidt-Rimpler Dinh is an MPhil/PhD candidate in Art History at UCL, working under the supervision of Professors Tamar Garb and Paul Gilroy. His doctoral thesis aims to trace, analyse and compare various notions of ‘Afrosurrealism’, with a focus on US-American contexts from the early twentieth century onwards. Kalvin completed his BA and MPhil in English at the University of Cambridge, and his wider academic interests include word and image studies, race and representation, postcolonial theory, surrealism and music videos.