Associate Professor in History of Art & Fellow of Christ Church, Oxford
Geraldine Johnson is an Associate Professor in History of Art at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of Christ Church, Oxford. Her research interests include the history of photography, sensory approaches to material culture, and women and the visual arts. Among other publications, she has edited two volumes for Cambridge University Press (Sculpture and Photography: Envisioning the Third Dimension and Picturing Women in Renaissance and Baroque Italy), while Oxford University Press published her Very Short Introduction to Renaissance Art, which has been translated into Chinese, Greek, Turkish, Thai and Vietnamese. She is currently completing two monographs, The Sound of Marble: The MaterialityandImmateriality of Italian Renaissance Art, which will be published by Cambridge University Press, and Photography and Sculpture, which will be published by Reaktion Books. Among other projects, she is editing (with Deborah Schultz) a volume for Bloomsbury based on a recent conference at Oxford entitled Photo Archives: The Place of Photography, which included colleagues from the Pitt Rivers Museum’s photographic collection.
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