Michael Hatt joined Warwick in September 2007 as Professor in the History of Art Department having previously been Head of Research at the Yale Center for British Art.
Nineteenth-century British and American Art and Visual Culture with a particular interest in gender and sexuality, and in questions of visual racism; Danish art and culture in the nineteenth century; the history of art history; visual art and poetry, 1850 to the present. Further Information
Teaching and supervision
Modules taught include:
- Visual Art & Poetry
- Danish Art in the Nineteenth Century
- The Aesthetic Movement in Britain, 1860-1900
- Young Curators
- Practices of Art History
I am currently supervising PhD students researching topics in Victorian art and history, as well as women and Pop Art in the USA, Francesco Conz and the neo-avant-garde, early 20th century British sculpture, and theories of connoisseurship.
I am embarking on a major project about 19th century Danish art, and am particularly keen to hear from students who wish to research Danish or other Scandinavian art.
- Details will be added shortly
- BA, PhD (London)
Advice and Feedback hours:
HA2E8 Inderpendent Research Project: Late Victorian Art
HA2B9 The Aesthetic Movement in Britain
Academic Preparation for Art Historians (convener)