Interessi di ricerca

  • Processes and Theories of Visualization
  • Visual Culture
  • Media Studies
  • Queer and Gender Studies
  • History of Science and Technology

Progetto di ricerca

Registering the Invisible in Fin-de-Siecle Europe

Curriculum vitae

Jennifer Marine is a PhD candidate in the History of Art and Architecture at the University of Virginia. Her doctoral dissertation, “Registering the Invisible in Fin-de-Siecle Europe,” examines late-nineteenth-century European technologies such as photography, X-rays, and sound recording to complicate categories of art, science, and technology, thereby offering a broader understanding of representational practices at this moment in the history of modernism. Her work has been supported by the Center for Global Inquiry + Innovation at the University of Virginia, the Paul Mellon Centre for British Art, and the Joan and Stanford Alexander Award from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Over the course of her academic career, Jennifer has also curated exhibitions, and worked in Digital Hu-manities, looking at ways to “re-code” academic spaces. Before beginning at the University of Virginia, Jennifer received an M.A. with distinction in the History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art and a B.A. in Art History and French Literature with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Arizona, graduating with Honors and summa cum laude.

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