Alice Correia

Career summary

I received my doctorate in Art History from the University of Sussex in 2006, where I taught under- and post-graduate Art History, 2006-12. I was a Research Curator at the Government Art Collection, 2007-08 and The Henry Moore Foundation Research Fellow at Tate Britain, 2012-14.

Areas of interest / research

My current research examines Black and Asian art histories in Britain since the 1980s. Areas of interest include the politics of self-representation; stereotype and the mass media; race and racism in British visual culture; post-colonial identities.

Details of books/publications relating to your work on British portraiture

Conference Papers:

“South Asian Feminisms, Photography, and the Politics of Articulation in the 1980s”, Association of Art Historians Annual Conference 2016.

“Making Myself Visible: Diasporic Culture and Representations of Blackness in the 1980s”, Understanding British Portraits Annual Seminar 2015