Dr Mike O'Mahony, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Dr Jonathan Blackwood, University of Glamorgan, United
Dr. Rafael Cardoso, Pontificia Universidade Catolica,
de Janeiro, Brazil
Dr Jon Kear, University of Kent at Canterbury, United
Dr Claire O'Mahony, Kellogg College, University of
Oxford, United Kingdom
Dr Britt Salvesen, Center for Creative Photography,
Tucson, Arizona, United States
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O'Mahony is a Senior Lecturer in the History of Art Department
at the University of Bristol. He specialises in official Soviet
visual culture of the Stalinist era and has published on the
representation of sport and the body in official Soviet art,
the cinema of Sergei Eisenstein and the design of the Moscow
Blackwood is a Lecturer in the Department of Cultural
Studies at the University of Glamorgan. He specialises in
early twentieth-century British art and has published on Winifred
Nicholson, JD Fergusson and twentieth-century British sculpture.
Cardoso is a writer and Assistant Professor in the Department
of Art and Design at the Pontificia Universidade Catolica
in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He specialises in design history
and has published widely on art and design education in nineteenth-century
Britain and Brazil. Current research interests include the
history of graphic design in Brazil and principles of visual
narrative structure in images.
Kear is a Lecturer at the University of Kent at Canterbury.
He specialises in French nineteenth-century art and has published
on various aspects of nineteenth- and twentieth-century art
and criticism, has completed a study of the film-maker Chris
Marker and is currently writing a book on Cézanne.
O'Mahony is a Fello of Kellogg College and a University
Lecturer in the Department of Continuing Education at the
University of Oxford. She specialises in the history of European
design and interior decoration in the late nineteenth and
early twentieth centuries. She has published on nineteenth-century
painting and decoration, focusing on Isambard Kingodm Brunel,
the Goncourts and Émile Gallé.
Salvesen is a Curator at the Center for Creative Photography
in Tucson, Arizona. She specialises in nineteenth-century
photography, printmaking, and painting. Her recent publications
address the works of Whistler, Van Gogh, and Gauguin.