Editorial Board 2021—2022
Eliza is a third-year doctoral candidate researching friendship and collaboration among women artists working between 1870 and 1920 in England. She holds a BA from Bowdoin College and an MA from the Courtauld Institute of Art. She has held positions in museums in the US and the UK.
Tracey is a third-year doctoral candidate in medieval studies, researching the representation of Anglo-Saxon textiles in the ecclesiastical and secular literature. She holds a BA and MA (for which she received an Ede and Ravenscroft scholarship) in Art History from the University of York.
Peter is a second-year doctoral candidate in art history, researching the role of gender play in the works of the Rudolfine artist Bartholomeus Spranger. He has an undergraduate degree in English, a post-graduate education credential from California State University, and a master’s degree in art history from Lindenwood University.
Alyson is a PhD candidate in the History of Art Department. Her project examines the strategies of temporal agency deployed in German Expressionist artmaking in order to lay claim to an “apocalyptic time,” a disjointed temporality with potential revelations of otherwise inaccessible realms. She is the recipient of the Departmental PhD Scholarship.
Yuxuan is a second-year PhD candidate in History of Art. Her research focuses on the public programme practice and the public space of the specific kind of public-private art museums in China. She holds a BA from Nanjing University in Archaeology and an MA from the University of Manchester in Art Gallery and Museum Studies.
Giulia is a WRoCAH funded PhD candidate working on artists’ writings and artists’ books produced by women involved in the feminist movement in Italy from the 1970s to the 1990s. Giulia received a BA from the University of Houston and an MA from the University of York. She held curatorial positions in museums in the US, the UK, and Italy.