Our current doctoral students are:
The dynamics of influence and information: the development of aesthetics and discourse within an online photographic subculture.
The Techniques and Material Aesthetics of the Daguerreotype
Portraying Piety. The institutions contexts of official portraiture in the Basel Mission collections: the Fritz Ramseyer collection.
Alfred Maudslay; Photography and the Mimetic Technologies of Archaeology.
From Recession to Recession: Trends in UK Commercial Photography 1979 to 2009.
Les Îles d’la Manche: Photography in the Channel Islands 1840 - 1870
A Genealogy of Subjectivity: Looking at Narratives of Self and Selfhood in Photobooks: 1950s-1960s
Keystone View Company and Stereoscopy in Twentieth Century America
The Daily Herald: The anatomy of a newspaper photographic archive
Purveyors of the Social Self: The Practice of Ibadan Photographers from the 1950s to 1990s
All Rights Reserved. Copyright and Patent Laws’ Impact on the Commercialisation of Permanent Photographs of Artworks in Europe: 1865-1900
Visual Voyage of Palestine Refugees - the Social and Political Life of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency's Photo Archive