Areas of teaching competence: History of Western art since 1800, visual theory, methods and approaches in art history

Undergraduate teaching

  • Designed, taught, and led special subject course 'Gender and Modernism, c. 1860–1960', University of Cambridge (2022)

  • Director of Studies in History of Art, University of Cambridge (2022)

  • Dissertation supervisor, History of Art, for around ten undergraduate dissertations

  • Lectures on Impressionism, Impressionist Techniques, Abstraction, Gender: Feminism and Masculinity

  • Seminars on The Gaze and Psychoanalysis, Toulouse-Lautrec and the Nabis

  • Supervisor for courses: 'Making Modernity: Art and Ideas, 1880-1925'; 'Art Against the World: Visual Art after 1960'; 'Display of Art: From the Wunderkammer to the Public Museum' (various group sizes)

Graduate teaching

  • Designed, taught, and led the module 'Art and Ecology' within a new MSt in History of Art and Visual Culture at the Institute for Continuing Education, Cambridge (2023)

  • Graduate seminar on visual theory


I am an examiner for the course 'Gender and Modernism', and have assessed postgraduate and undergraduate dissertations, and undergraduate examinations, for the Department of History of Art, Cambridge