I welcome PhD proposals from individuals interested in researching art markets and histories of collecting; curating; modernism; word and image studies; nineteenth-century art; and Dada.

Details of my current PhD supervisions can be found here.

External Examining: I have been an external examiner for PhDs at the Australian National University, Birmingham University, and the University of Edinburgh

I am currently an External Examiner for the MA in Art Markets & Appraisal at Kingston University

Teaching at Loughborough University

Lectures, seminars, and tutorials on the following courses:

  • Drawings: Discourses and Debates (first year)
  • Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Art and Design (first year)
  • Visual Culture: Histories and Theories (second year)
  • Contemporary Art and Aesthetics (second year)
  • Word & Image (second year)
  • Research Methodologies (Masters)

Teaching at Tilburg University

Teaching responsibilities at Tilburg University have included preparation of curricula, lecturing and tutorial/seminar teaching for the following courses:

  • BA course (second and third year): Intermediality
  • BA course (second and third year): Art and Globalization
  • Liberal Arts: Second and third year course: Contemporary Art in the Public Sphere
  • Liberal Arts: First and second year course: Law and Film
  • BA Honours course: Law, Ethics, and the Art World
  • BA and MA thesis supervision
  • Graduate Summer School (Research Masters and PhD): Memory and the Museum
  • Graduate Masterclass (with Michael Asimow): Law and Popular Culture

Previous Teaching at Other Universities

  • Fourth year and MA seminar on nineteenth-century French avant-garde painting (University of British Columbia)
  • Second and third year course: Art and Sculpture in Europe and North America from the Renaissance to the Present (University of British Columbia)
  • First year introductory course on approaches to Western and non-Western art 
(University of British Columbia)
  • Final year paper on nineteenth-century French poetry and prose (St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford)
  • Third year seminar on contemporary French cinema (University of Kent)