Dr Rosalind Hayes
Postdoctoral Research Associate
I received my PhD from the History of Art department at University College London in 2022 for a project about the visual representation of Britain's meat supply chain in the late nineteenth century. Prior to Exeter, I taught at UCL and on programmes delivered by the educational charity Art History Link-Up. I am co-convenor of the Early Career Researchers Network at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art (2023-24), where I will also begin a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Summer 2024.
Office Hours: Tuesdays 3:30-4:30 pm (in LAV/716) and Thursdays 10-11 am (in LAV/MS7), via Teams or in person. Please email me for an appointment.
- AHV1011 - Questions and Methods in Art History and Visual Culture
- AHV2002 - Debates and Contestations in Art History
- AHV2022 - Animals in Nineteenth-Century Art and Visual Culture
- AHV3007 - Global Modernisms