Network Members

Grace Brockington (University of Bristol) – Co-Founder of ICE

Grace Brockington is Lecturer in the History of Art at the University of Bristol. She co-founded the ICE Research Network. She is the author of Above the Battlefield: Modernism and the Peace Movement in Britain, 1900–1918 (Yale, 2010), and editor of Internationalism and the Arts in Britain and Europe at the Fin de Siècle (Peter Lang, 2009). Her research interests include art and pacifism, the ‘British cosmopolitan’, and the idea of art as a universal language.

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Sarah Victoria Turner (Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, London) – Co-Founder of ICE

Sarah Victoria Turner is Assistant Director for Research at the Paul Mellon Centre. She has published widely on the intersections between art, empire and modernity in Britain. Recent publications have  focused on William Etty’s The Wrestlers for the exhibition, William Etty: Art & Controversy, and the display of Indian sculpture in Britain.

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Tamsin Alexander (Goldsmiths)

Keywords: Opera – Theatre – Music and Diplomacy – Music and Politics – Music as Propaganda – Musical Migrations – Entangled History – Cultural History – Russia – France – Britain – Czech Lands – Nineteenth Century
Contact: ra356@cam.ac.uk

Philip Ross Bullock (Lecturer in Russian, University of Oxford) –Workshop Convenor

Contact: philip.bullock@wadh.ox.ac.uk

Rosalind Polly Blakesley (University of Cambridge)

Keywords: Russia, Arts and Crafts Movement, eighteenth century, nineteenth century
Contact: rpg27@cam.ac.uk
Web: http://www.hoart.cam.ac.uk/people/rpg27@cam.ac.uk

Helena Cantone (SOAS, University of London)

Keywords: Italian colonialism, modern art, African art, postmodernism, modernisms, Ethiopia
Contact: h_cantone@soas.ac.uk
Web: http://www.soas.ac.uk/staff/staff87523.php

Helena Capkova

Keywords: Transnational, interdisciplinary, Modernism, Japan, Euroamerica, interwar period
Contact: helena.capkova@gmail.com

Kitty Corbet Milward

Keywords: Scandinavian art, social history, nineteenth century, identity, cultural exchange.
Contact: c.f.corbet-milward@ed.ac.uk

Rachel Cowgill

Keywords: music, culture, modernity, modernism, canonicity, critics, alternatives
Contact: r.e.cowgill@hud.ac.uk
Website: http://www.hud.ac.uk/ourstaff/profile/index.php?staffuid=smusrc2

Jan D. Cox (University of Leeds)

Keywords: Nordic, Scandinavian, Exposition, Salon, International, Cosmopolitan, Krøyer, Werenskiold, Zorn, Munch, Hammershøi, Paris, Munich, Skagen.
Contact: fhjdc@leeds.ac.uk
Web: http://www.fine-art.leeds.ac.uk/people/jan-cox/

Jo Crow (University of Bristol)

Keywords: Chile, Peru, intellectuals, networks, encounter, race, indigenous cultures
Contact: Jo.Crow@bristol.ac.uk
Web: http://www.bris.ac.uk/sml/people/jo-e-crow/index.html

Sharon Hecker (Independent Scholar)

Keywords:  Medardo Rosso; Internationalism, Transnationalism, Cultural Cosmopolitanism; Late-nineteenth century Italian art; Ottocento art; Italian sculpture; Fin de siècle French sculpture; Milan; Sites of internationalism; Cultural mediators; Serial sculpture.
Contact: sharhecker@me.com
Web: http://www.sharonhecker.it/

David Jackson (University of Leeds)

Keywords: Russia, Scandinavia, Nordic, Realism, Nationalism, Internationalism
Contact: d.jackson@leeds.ac.uk
Web: http://www.fine-art.leeds.ac.uk/people/david-jackson/

Daniel Laqua (Lecturer in History, University of Northumbria) –Workshop Convenor

Contact: daniel.laqua@northumbria.ac.uk

Anne Leonard (University of Chicago)

Keywords: Symbolism; Wagnerism; Henri Fantin-Latour; nineteenth-century art and music
Contact: aleonard@uchicago.edu

Kate Nichols (CRASSH, University of Cambridge)

Keywords: Reception of the Bible, reception of classical antiquity, Victorian painting and sculpture, Histories of Collecting and Museum Studies, Australia, Orientalism
Contact: ekn26@cam.ac.uk
Web: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/people/profile/kate-nichols

Matthew C. Potter (Northumbria University)

Keywords: Britishness; imperialism; Anglo-German cultural exchange; public art collections; art education.
Contact: matthew.potter@northumbria.ac.uk

Dorothy Price (formerly Rowe) (University of Bristol)

Keywords: German modernism, transnational visual cultures, modern women artists, German Expressionism, New Obejctivity, Black British art
Contact: d.rowe@bristol.ac.uk

Christopher Reed (Associate Professor of English and Visual Culture, Pennsylvania State University, USA)

Christopher Reed will collaborate with Grace Brockington on a panel proposal for the Modernist Studies Association on the topic of ‘Imagined Diasporas: Cosmopolitan Sub-cultures’.

Samuel Shaw (Yale Center for British Art)

Keywords: London art market, William Rothenstein, Edwardian art, artist as critic, Edwardian cosmopolitanism, reception of european art in Britain c.1900
Contact: samueljpshaw@gmail.com

Alison Smith (Head of British Art to 1900, Tate Britain) –Workshop Convenor

Andrzej Szczerski (Lecturer in Art History, the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland) –Workshop Convenor

Francesca Tancini (Università di Bologna, Federico Zeri Foundation)

Keywords: Children’s Book Illustration, mid- and late-Victorian painting and illustration, Walter Crane, Edmund Evans, yellow-backs, toybooks, picture-books; printing history and techniques (xylography, lithography, colour-printing, etc.); publishing and book history; history of education; Socialism and social movements; Aestheticism; history of graphic design and advertising; visual studies; art theory and criticism.
Contact: francesca.tancini@unibo.it

Sarah Thomas (Birkbeck, University of London)

Keywords: slavery in art; travelling artists; art and empire; slave-owners and art
Contact: sarah.thomas@bbk.co.uk
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