MemberCeren Ozpinar

Dr Ceren Özpınar is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Brighton, History of Art and Design Programme. She was previously a British Academy Newton International Fellow at the University of Sussex (2015-17) and a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Leeds (2013-14). She was awarded her PhD in History of Art from Istanbul Technical University in 2015. Dr Özpınar’s research focuses on contemporary art, art historiography, politics of exhibitions, and feminist art and art histories since 1960 with a special interest in Turkey and the Middle East. Her first monograph The Art Historiography in Turkey (1970–2010) was published in 2016 by Tarih Vakfi in Istanbul, and the next, titled Politics of Writing Art Histories: Narratives of Contemporary Art, Feminism and Women Artists from Turkey, is forthcoming from Oxford University Press. Dr Özpınar co-edited with Mary Kelly (née Healy) the volume titled Under the Skin: Feminist Art and Art Histories from the Middle East and North Africa Today published by The British Academy and Oxford University Press in 2020. Her articles appeared in journals including Art & The Public Sphere, the Art Journal and Art in Translation. 

MemberMegan Driscoll

I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA) at the National Gallery of Art, supporting initiatives in African American art history. I recently received my PhD in art history from UCLA, specializing in modern and contemporary art and African American art, and I have a certificate in digital humanities.

MemberFelicia Else

Felicia Else is a Professor of Art History in the Department of Art and Art History at Gettysburg College, PA. Her research specialities include 16th-century Granducal Florence, especially public sculpture as well as interdisciplinary studies on water, art, natural history and festivals. She has published on the work of Bartolomeo Ammannati and his Neptune Fountain in Florence.

MemberHope Walker

is an Art Historian and full-time Instructor at Western Governors University in the Humanities Department. Her research interest is Netherlandish painters and other emigre crafts-persons living in Tudor England. She has an MA in the History of Art from American University and an MPhil in the History of Art from the Courtauld Institute. Prior to her career in art history and academia, Hope worked in documentary television and the non-profit sector.