|Post:||Senior Lecturer in Art History (Art History)|
|Location:||Arts A A128|
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Dr Meaghan Clarke has degrees from the University of Guelph (BA Hons), the University of Carleton (MA), and the University of Sussex (DPhil). Dr Clarke was the recipient of a Leverhulme Special Research Fellowship (2002-2004), has been a Fellow at the Harry Ransom Center, University of Austin, Texas and has received funding from the British Academy. She supervises two AHRC 'Culture Rich' projects with post-doctoral Research Fellows at the Royal Pavilion and Brighton Museum.
Dr Clarke is interested in gender, colonialism, institutions and interdisciplinary approaches to visual culture. She supervises AHRC collaborative doctoral projects with the National Trust, Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion and Charleston Trust that explore colonial collecting, colour theory and artistic partnerships. She has recently delivered conference papers and chaired panels in the United States, Canada and the UK; these have included CAA, AAH, UAAC, NAVSA and CIHA conferences. Dr Clarke is pursuing projects which address Fashionability, Portraiture and Trans-nationalism. Her related project examines the construction of the discipline at the end of the nineteenth-century.
Dr Clarke has taught courses on nineteenth-century and twentieth century art, methodology, as well as interdisciplinary courses.
Dr Clarke teaches the following undergraduate courses:
First Year: Stories of Art/Sites of Art
Objects of Art
Second Year: Methods and Approaches in the History of Art
Nineteenth Century Art and Society
Art in the Modern Era
Final Year: Origins of Modernism/Modernity in Context
Popular Print Culture
Dr Clarke also teaches postgraduate courses, including 'Objects and Methods' the core MA course. Dr Clarke has supervised MA dissertations on nineteenth-century art in Britain, France and North America, contemporary art (new media, post-colonial and gender theory) and museum studies.
Dr Clarke supervises the following DPhil students:
Dr T. Anderson, 'The Crown and the Jewel: Images of Royalty and Viceroyalty in the Making of Imperial India and Britain, AHRC Funded Doctorate, awarded 2006
C. Dixon, 'Laura Alma Tadema', awarded 2007.
C. Johnson, 'Images of Pre-Raphaelites in the media, 1930-1997', awarded 2008.
C. Wintle, 'Objects of Evidence: Issues of Colonial Collecting in Sussex 1870-1930,' AHRC Collaborative Doctorate, awarded 2010.
D. Clarke, 'Creating the Artefact: Photography, Partnership and Identity at Charleston', AHRC Collaborative Doctorate, submitted 2012.
A. Loske, 'The Decorative Scheme of the Royal Pavilion', AHRC Collaborative Doctorate.
C. Field, 'Creating the Artefact: Photography, Partnership and Identity at Charleston', AHRC Collaborative Doctorate.
E. Singhalampong, 'Westernised Art in late 19th and early 20th Century Thailand: Monarchy, Identity and Memory-making', TOEA funded.
E. Elgibreen, 'Safeya Binzagr', KSA MHE funded.
A. Stutchbury, 'At Home' in Standen: a study of the Beale family's lived experience of their late-nineteenth century Arts and Crafts home', AHRC Collaborative Doctorate
Clarke, Meaghan (2012) Seeing in Black-and-White: Incidents in Print Culture. Art History, 35 (3). pp. 574-595. ISSN 0141-6790
Clarke, Meaghan (2012) Sex and the city: the metropolitan new woman. In: The Camden Town Group in context. The Tate.
Clarke, Meaghan (2010) Critical Mediators: Locating the Art Press. Visual Resources, 26 (3). pp. 226-241. ISSN 0197-3762
Clarke, Meaghan (2010) The "triumph of perception and taste": Women, Exhibition Culture, and Henry James. Henry James Review, 31 (3). pp. 246-253. ISSN 0273-0340
Clarke, Meaghan (2010) A Critical Voice in Canadian Art: Jehanne Biétry Salinger. In: Raven papers: Remembering Natalie Luckyj (1945-2002). Penumbra, Newcastle, Canada, pp. 59-88. ISBN 9781897323168
Clarke, Meaghan (2009) Translating nudus: Modernity and the British Academy's New Clothes. In: Critical Exchange: Art Criticism of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries in Russia and Western Europe. Cultural Interactions: Studies in the Relationship between the Arts, 12 . Peter Lang, Bern, pp. 167-189. ISBN 9783039115563