Ayla Lepine

B.A. (UVic)

 

Areas of research:

  • British and American Art and Architectural History, c1850 - present

 

How have your History in Art studies helped you since you graduated?
I got my start at UVic and the department - especially Chris Thomas, Eric Cruickshank Dodd, Elizabeth Mulley, and Marcus Milwright - shaped and encouraged the art historical perspectives and methodologies upon which I've built a career in the field.

 

Brief Biography
I'm a lecturer in Art History at the University of Nottingham. I discovered Art and Architectural History at UVic and was encouraged to combine my research in the arts with my interest in theology and religious studies. Subsequently I studied at Oxford (Theology PGDip) and the Courtauld Institute of Art (MA and PhD). I held an Andrew W Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Courtauld and then went on to a Fellowship at Yale's Institute of Sacred Music before taking on a post at Nottingham. I publish and lecture widely.


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