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Dr Rosie Dias

Dr Rosie Dias

Associate Professor

Tel: +44 (0)24 765 23005
Email: Rosemarie dot Dias at warwick dot ac dot uk

F46, Millburn House
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7HS

About

Rosie joined the History of Art department at Warwick in 2005, following a teaching fellowship in the History of Art department at the University of York and a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. She works on eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century British art, with particular interests in painting, printmaking, exhibition culture and colonial art. Her monograph, Exhibiting Englishness: John Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery and the Formation of a National Aesthetic was published by Yale University Press in 2013 and informed a 2016 exhibition at Compton Verney, "Boydell's Vision: the Shakespeare Gallery in the Eighteenth Century". She is a member of the University of Warwick's Eighteenth Century Centre and Global History and Culture Centre.

Research interests

Eighteenth and early nineteenth-century British art and visual culture; colonial art, particularly in India; British artists in Venice.

Teaching and supervision

Modules taught include:

  • East meets West: The Visual Arts in Colonial and Post-Colonial India
  • The Spaces of Seventeenth-Century Dutch Painting
  • Prints
  • The Aesthetic Legacy of Venice, 1700 - the present
  • Introduction to Art History: The Natural World and the Arts of Modernity

Selected publications

Qualifications

  • BA; MA; PhD (York)

Advice and Feedback hours

Students can sign up for a slot here (or email me if you are unable to make any of the available slots)

Teaching

Undergraduate modules
Postgraduate modules

HA936 Art History and Its Methods