Associated Academics

Research and Teaching Associates

Dr Tian S. Liang

Dr Tian S. Liang
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow 2016-19

 

 

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Dr Paul Edwards

Visiting CNRS Researcher at the Maison Française d’Oxford 2017-2018
 

 
 
Dr Jennifer Johnson

Dr Jennifer Johnson

Teaching Associate 2017-18
Professor David Ekserdjian
Slade Professor 2017-18
 
Professor Larry J. Schaaf

 Professor Larry J. Schaaf
 Visiting Professor with the Bodleian Libraries 2014-18

 

 

Professor Martin Kemp

Professor Martin Kemp
Emeritus Professor of History of Art

 

 

Dr Linda Whiteley
Research Associate

 

Associated Academics

In addition to the Core Academic Staff, the Department of the History of Art has a number of associated experts and specialists in all areas of art history from across the University.

Reflecting the interdisciplinary ethos of the Department, many of the options available to History of Art students are drawn from courses offered by other Faculties and Departments in the University, and individual research can be supported by staff from a diverse range of subject areas.

 

Professor Walter Armbrust Faculty of Oriental Studies Mass media and popular culture in the Middle East
Professor Marcus Banks Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology Visual anthropology and ethnographic film
Dr Shailendra Bhandare Ashmolean Museum Indian numismatics
Dr Jeremy Coote Pitt Rivers Museum African and Polynesian art
Professor Chris Gosden School of Archaeology Material culture and anthropology
Professor Clare Harris Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology/Pitt Rivers Museum Tibet, Himalayas and South Asia: art and artefacts
Professor Dan Hicks School of Archaeology/Pitt Rivers Museum Archaeology of the Modern period, especially in Northern America, the Caribbean and the Atlantic world, as well as the UK
Dr Ros Holmes Christ Church Contemporary Chinese art and visual culture
Professor Jeremy Johns Faculty of Oriental Studies Islamic/Norman art
Dr Mallica Kumbera Landrus Ashmolean Museum Indian art
Professor Laura Peers Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology/Pitt Rivers Museum North American Indian artefacts: 16th century to present
Dr Clare Pollard Ashmolean Museum Japanese art
Professor Dame Jessica Rawson School of Archaeology Chinese archaeology
Dr Andrew Topsfield Ashmolean Museum Indian painting and sculpture
Ms Shelagh Vainker Ashmolean Museum Chinese and Korean art and artefacts
Dr Laura Van Broekhoven Pitt Rivers Museum Ethnohistory and museology
Professor Oliver Watson Faculty of Oriental Studies Islamic art and architecture
Dr Zeynep Yurekli-Gorkay Faculty of Oriental Studies Islamic art and archaeology

 

 

Professor John Baines Faculty of Oriental Studies Egyptian art and architecture
Dr Janet DeLaine School of Archaeology Roman architecture
Professor Jas Elsner Corpus Christi College Classical and Late Antique art and architecture
Professor Chris Howgego Ashmolean Museum Greek and Roman coins
Dr Jane Masséglia Faculty of Classics Greek/Roman art and archaeology
Professor Bert Smith School of Archaeology Roman/Greek art and archaeology
Dr Helen Whitehouse Faculty of Oriental Studies/Ashmolean Museum Egyptian art and artefacts

 

 

Mr Graham Barrett Faculty of History Language and literacy in early medieval Iberia
Dr Jessica Berenbeim Magdalen College Medieval art
Professor John Blair Faculty of History English architecture and decorative arts, 600 to 1500
Professor Helena Hamerow School of Archaeology Anglo-Saxon archaeology
Dr Martin Kauffmann Western Manuscripts, Bodleian Library Medieval illuminated manuscripts
Professor John Nightingale Faculty of History Carolingian Renaissance
Dr Cathy Oakes Department for Continuing Education Romanesque art and architecture, and the interrelation of word and image in western medieval culture
Dr Janina Ramirez Department for Continuing Education Anglo-Saxon Art and Culture, Manuscript Illuminations, iconography and symbols
Dr Katharina Ulmschneider School of Archaeology The archaeology of Northwest Europe in the early Middle Ages, especially Anglo-Saxon England
Dr Julia Walworth Merton College lluminated manuscripts and illustrated books: Middle Ages to 18th century

 

 

Dr Christina Anderson Ashmolean Museum Collecting and the art market across all periods; the decorative arts; early modern trade and travel
Professor Malcolm Bull Ruskin School of Art Art theory and Renaissance art
Professor Nicholas Halmi Faculty of English Enlightenment and Romantic art and architecture, esp. classical reception and neoclassicism
Dr Jim Harris Ashmolean Museum Late Medieval and Renaissance sculpture
Dr Katie Jakobiec Worcester College Architecture of the central and eastern part of the European continent, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
Dr Stephen Johnston Museum of the History of Science The history of science, scientific instruments and museum collections
Dr Matthew Landrus Wolfson College Intersections of the practical arts and natural philosophy, specifically artist/engineers, 14-18th centuries
Dr Manya Pagiavla Department for Continuing Education Early Modern European art and architecture; libraries of Renaissance artists
Dr David Parrott Faculty of History Court culture and art in Early Modern Europe, 1580-1700
Professor Lyndal Roper Faculty of History Early modern German material and visual culture
Ms Jacqueline Thalmann Christ Church Picture Gallery European art and architecture: 14th to 20th century
Dr Colin Thompson Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages Literature and painting of the Spanish Golden Age
Dr Geoffrey Tyack Kellogg College Architecture in Oxford: 17th to 20th century
Dr Malcolm Vale St John’s College Flanders and Italy in the Quattrocento, 1420-80
Ms An Van Camp Ashmolean Museum Northern European Prints, Drawings and Paintings
Professor Catherine Whistler Ashmolean Museum Italian Renaissance and Baroque art
Professor Timothy Wilson Ashmolean Museum European decorative and applied arts: Middle Ages to the present

 

 

Dr Michael Biggs St Cross College Social movements and political protest
Professor Brian Catling Ruskin School of Art Contemporary practice
Dr Allan Doig Lady Margaret Hall 18th-20th century architecture, theology and the arts
Dr Reidar Due Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages European cinema
Professor Carolin Duttlinger Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages 20th century German literature and thought with visual culture
Dr Stefano Evangelista Faculty of English Aestheticism and decadence, reception of classics in the 19th century, gender and sexuality
Professor Jason Gaiger Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art Modern and contemporary art theory and practice; aesthetics and the philosophy of art
Professor Anthony Gardner Ruskin School of Art Postcolonialism, postsocialism and curatorial histories
Professor Jane Garnett Faculty of History Intellect and culture in Victorian Britain
Mr Colin Harrison Ashmolean Museum 18th and 19th Century European art
Professor John Hyman Faculty of Philosophy Aesthetics and philosophy of art
Professor Donna Kurtz Wolfson College/Oxford eResearch Centre World art, cultural heritage and public access to scholarly data
Ms Julie Anne Lambert John Johnson Collection, Bodleian Library British Printed Ephemera and Political Cartoons: 18th to mid 20th century
Dr Julia Langbein Trinity College French art of the 19th century
Dr Derek McCormack School of Geography and the Environment Human geography
Dr Ben Morgan Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages German film
Dr Claire O'Mahony Department for Continuing Education History of art and design, specialising in 19th and early 20th century Europe
Dr Otto Saumarez Smith Lincoln College/Faculty of History Architectural and urban history
Dr Sarah Simblet Ruskin School of Art Drawing, particularly the study of human anatomy
Dr Kate Tunstall Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages Literature and the visual arts

Dr Giovanna Vitelli

Ashmolean Museum Early modern collecting; the ethics of stewardship
Dr Linda Whiteley History of Art Department Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century European art
Professor William Whyte Faculty of History Architecture in Oxford: 19th century to the present
Dr Matthew Winterbottom Ashmolean Museum 19th century European sculpture and decorative arts

 

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