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Teaching in Modern and Contemporary

Teaching in Modern and Contemporary

The courses offered change from year to year, but current and previous MA offerings include:

  • The Sixties: Eccentric, Erotic, Psychotic
    Taught by Dr Jo Applin
  • Documenting Fashion: Modernity, Films and Image in America and Europe, 1920-1960 (MA in the History of Dress)
    Taught by Dr Rebecca Arnold
  • The Aesthetic Body: Science, Aestheticism and the Image of the Body in British Art 1860-1900
    Taught by Professor Caroline Arscott and Dr Carol Jacobi
  • German Art and Cultural Politics (The 1930s-1950s): Inner Emigration, Exile and Remigration
    Taught by Dr Shulamith Behr
  • Art, Artists and 20th Century Modernism in Europe:  Works, Contexts, Meanings
    Taught by Professor Christopher Green
  • Countercultures: Alternative Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1959-1989
    Taught by Dr Klara Kemp-Welch
  • Contacts and Contexts in Russian Art c. 1905-1945
    Taught by Professor John Milner
  • Art and Psychoanalysis: Fifty Years of War in the Time of Peace
    Taught by Professor Mignon Nixon with Professor Juliet Mitchell
  • The Male Body in Nineteenth-Century European Art
    Taught by Dr Satish Padiyar
  • Modernism After Postmodernism: Modern Art and its Interpretation
    Taught by Dr Gavin Parkinson
  • New York – London – Paris, 1880-1940 
    Taught by Professor David Peters Corbett
  • Experiencing Modernism: German Architecture, Art and Design, 1900-1930
    Taught by Dr Robin Schuldenfrei
  • Documentary Reborn: Photography, Film and Video in Global Contemporary Art
    Taught by Dr Julian Stallabrass
  • Global China: Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art and Geopolitics
    Taught by Dr Wenny Teo
  • Global Conceptualism: The Last Avant-Garde or a New Beginning? 
    Taught by Professor Sarah Wilson

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