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Helen Gorrill (2016) 
Gendered Economic and Symbolic Values in Contemporary British Painting
PhD, Coventry University, UK

Emma Westecott (2015) 
Performing play in digital games : mapping feminist futures
PhD, University of South Wales, UK

Sharlene Khan (2015) 
Postcolonial masquerading : a critical analysis of masquerading strategies in the artworks of contemporary South African visual artists Anton Kannemeyer, Tracey Rose, Mary Sibande, Senzeni Marasela and Nandipha Mntambo
PhD, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK

Victoria Horne (2015) 
A History of Feminist Art History: Remaking a Discipline and Its Institutions
PhD, University of Edinburgh, UK
See also by same author, Horne, Victoria and Amy Tobin. ‘An Unfinished Revolution in Art Historiography, or How to Write a Feminist Art Historiography’ vol. 107: 75-83 (Feminist Review, 2014)

Grace Acton Roberts (2015) 
Curating the Personal: What problems arise in curating feminist maternal art practice?
MA, University of the Arts London, UK

Louise Elizabeth  Crocker (2014) 
Writing the feminine : from pain to projection in Nancy Spero's Torture of women
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Sarah Pucill (2014) 
Mourning, materiality and the feminine: Sarah Pucill’s films 2004-2010
PhD, University of Westminster, UK

Susan Mary O'Shea (2014) 
The Art Worlds of Punk-Inspired Feminist Networks - A social network analysis of theLadyfest feminist music and cultural movement in the UK
PhD, University of Manchester, UK

P. Brailovsky Ruiz (2014) 
Geographies of violence : site-oriented art and politics at the Mexico-U.S. border from the 1980s to the present
PhD, University College London (UCL), UK

Lawrence Buttigieg (2014) 
Addressing the self through the subjectivity of the other : a practice-led investigation of a particular artist-model relationship
PhD, Loughborough University, UK

Teresa Chen (2014) 
Between selves and others : exploring strategic approaches within visual art
PhD, University of Plymouth, UK

Barbara Elektra Droth (2014) 
Live art, life art : a critical-visual study of three women performance artists and their documentation
PhD, University of Sussex, UK

Despoina Mantzari (2014) 
Women directors in 'global' art cinema : negotiating feminism and representation
PhD, University of East Anglia, UK

Lisa Metherell (2014) 
Glittering orientations : towards a non-figurative queer art practice
PhD, Birmingham City University, UK

Lori Ope (2014) 
The oppositional gaze : contemporary image-making practice and the implications of skin colour ideals
PhD, University of the Arts London, UK

Monica De Miranda (2014) 
Geography of affections: tales of identity, diaspora and travel in the work of Monica de Miranda
Arts D., Middlesex University, UK

Frances Hannah Carter (2014) 
Magic and toyshops : narrative and meaning in the women's sex shop
PhD, Kingston University, UK

Andrea Hannon (2014) 
The House is Still Named After Him - Exploring the tensions of encounter through creative processes
PhD, Coventry University, UK

Andrea  Hannon (2014) 
The House is Still Named After Him - Exploring the tensions of encounter through creative processes
PhD, Coventry School of Art and Design, Coventry University, UK

Sibyl Annice Fisher (2013) 
Curare : to care, to curate : a relational ethic of care in curatorial practice
PhD, Institute of Education, University of London, UK

Eve Peasnall (2013) 
Painting backwards, or, How my fool encountered the melancholic
PhD, Royal College of Art, UK

Jasmine Richards (2013) 
Arachne's daughters : towards a feminist poetics of creative autonomy
PhD, Goldsmiths' College, University of London, UK

Joanna Sperryn-Jones (2013) 
Breaking as making : in what ways can making sculpture contribute to understanding experiences and perceptions of breaking?
PhD, University of the Arts London and Norwich University of the Arts, UK

Rosa Nogues (2013) 
The body of sexuation : feminist art practice in the 1990s
PhD, Kingston University, UK

Maria Photiou (2013) 
Rethinking the history of Cypriot art : Greek Cypriot women artists in Cyprus
PhD, Loughborough University, UK

Alice Planel (2013) 
Artists of Algerian origin exhibiting in France 1989-2012 : an analysis of selected artists' work and its reception : the urban, the home and the Arab woman, and the 'global' art world
PhD, Kingston University, UK

Ana Luisa Cruz (2013) 
The photograph of a loved one : a practice-led investigation through writing
PhD, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Katherine Hunt Guinness (2013) 
Rosemarie Trockel : the problem of becoming
PhD, University of Manchester, UK

Elaine Igoe (2013) 
In textasis : matrixial narratives of textile design
PhD, Royal College of Art, UK

Maud C. Jacquin (2013) 
Narrative unrest : the politics of narrative in women artists' film and video
PhD, University College London (UCL), UK

Gwyneth Siobhan Jones (2013) 
Expose yourself to art : towards a critical epistemology of embarrassment
PhD, Goldsmiths' College, University of London, UK

Nina R. Kane (2013) 
F- f- felt it' : breathing feminist, queer and clown thinking into the practice and study of Sarah Kane's 'Cleansed' and 'Blasted'
PhD, University of Huddersfield, UK

Catriona MacLeod (2013) 
Invisible presence : the representation of women in the Francophone bande dessinÈe
PhD, University of Glasgow, UK

Amy Charlesworth (2013) 
The 'video-essay' in contemporary art : documenting capital and gender for the 21st century
PhD, University of Leeds, UK

Lorna Alice Moira  Dillon (2013) 
Violetta Parra's Visual Art (1917-1967)
PhD, King's College London, UK

Michelle  Metivier (2013) 
Of pinafores and penises : feminist art of the 1970s
MA, University of Oxford, UK

Helen Gorrill (2013) 
Nebula: An Elegy to Helen Chadwick's Final Works
M Res, Northumbria University, UK

Shir Aloni Yaari (2012) 
Brushstrokes: Hair in the Work of Women Artists 1970-2010
PhD, Courtauld Institute of Art, UK

Emma Louise Benson (2012) 
Feminist art practice: the photograph and its role in contemporary art
MA, University of Portsmouth, UK

Tessa  Huging (2012) 
Traversing borders : the gendered geographies of Ursula Biemann's early video works
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Meredith A. Brown (2012) 
A history of A.I.R. Gallery : feminism and the American art institution
PhD, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Rebecca Breen (2012) 
Sin titulo : contemporary women artists from Latin American & testimonio (Ana Mendieta, Doris Salcedo, Teresa Margolles)
PhD, University of Cambridge, UK

Rebecca Mary Baillie (2012) 
A nest of empty boxes : women and melancholy made visible
PhD, University of Essex, UK

Catherine Maffioletti (2012) 
Beyond the mirror : towards a feminised (cartographic) process of spatiality in moving-image & installation based art (self and Martha Rosler, Louise Bourgeois, Mona Hatoum and Pipilotti Rist)
PhD, University of the Arts London, UK

Jenny Keane (2012) 
Between fear and fascination : the horrific in women's contemporary video installation
PhD, University of Ulster, UK

C. E. C. Kinsey (2012) 
Skins\screens\circuits : how technology remade the body
PhD, University College London (UCL), UK

Talya Leodari (2012) 
Between two worlds : performance, politics & the role of art in social change
PhD, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

Nina Hoechtl (2012) 
If only for the length of a lucha : queer/ing, mask/ing, gender/ing and gesture in lucha libre
PhD, Goldsmiths' College, University of London, UK

Tetriana Ahmed Fauzi (2012) 
Botany and metaphor
PhD, University of East London, UK

Clare Amelia Mulvey (2012) 
Art and the Divine
PhD, Loughborough University, UK

Catriona Fay McAra (2012) 
'Some parallels in words and pictures': Dorothea Tanning and visual intertextuality.
PhD, University of Glasgow, UK

Frances Hatherley (2012) 
Bodies of Abject Abundance: Figuring Feminine Ageing and Corpulence in Contemporary Art and Visual Culture
MA, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK

Carol Hunt (2012) 
Re-tracing the archive - materialising memory
PhD, Leeds University, UK

Gilda Williams (2012) 
Towards a definition of the Gothic in contemporary art : haunted time and dark vision in the work of Andy Warhol, Louise Bourgeois, and Tacita Dean
PhD, Open University, UK

April Cheetham (2012) 
A veiling of identity : anamorphosis as double vision in contemporary art practice (Eva Hesse, Hannah Wilke, Richard Hamilton, Rachel Whiteread, Christine Borland and Shirazeh Houshiary)
PhD, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

August Jordan Davis (2011) 
Bringing the war back home: Martha Rosler's anti-war photomontages(1967-2008)
PhD, University of Liverpool, UK

Robin Stoate (2011) 
Reading cyberspace : fictions, figures and (dis)embodiment
PhD, Newcastle University, UK

Sumana Ray (2011) 
The rise of the 'liminal Briton' : literary and artistic productions of black and Asian women in the Midlands
PhD, University of Warwick, UK

Dafna Rehavia-Hanauer (2011) 
Disciplinary understandings of anorexia nervosa : art therapy and psychiatric research from a feminist perspective
PhD, University of Derby, UK

Heather Hanna (2011) 
Women framing hair : serial strategies in contemporary art
PhD, Open University, UK

Paula Georgina Farrance (2011) 
Transgenerational dialogues with Jo Spence about class and gender in the mother-daughter sphere : drawing as the site of transformation from feminist generation to genealogy
PhD, University of Leeds, UK

Patricia Gaal-Holmes (2011) 
Decade of diversity : a history of 1970s British experimental film
PhD, University of Portsmouth, UK

Laura Bissell (2011) 
The female body, technology and performance : performing a feminist praxis
PhD, University of Glasgow, UK

Paula Ellen Ann Blair (2011) 
Old borders, new technologies : visual culture and social change in contemporary Northern Ireland
PhD, Queen's University, Belfast, UK

Charlotte  Sanna (2011) 
Pretty vacant : Narcissism and feminist activism in Sanja Ivekovic's work of the 1970s
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Roxanna Josephine Moiya Hackett (2011) 
The shifting status of women artists since the 1970s : the role of feminism and the case of feminist artist Mary Kelly
MA, University of Manchester, UK

Clarissa Kennedy  Jacob (2011) 
A festival of one's own : sisterhood, consciousness-raising and feminist intervention at the First Festival of Women's Films, 1972
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Louisa Lee (2011) 
Mimicking hysteria/marking stereotypes : (re)presenting femininity in the work of Hannah Wilke and Sanja Ivekovic
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Lindsey Alexandra Short (2011) 
Shattering the silence: the exclusion of women from the archive
Mphil, University of Glasgow, UK

Jessica  Baggaley (2011) 
Collaged connections : an exploration of 'Heresies: a feminist publication on art and politics' since 1960
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Tsuchiya Ikuko (2010) 
Therapeutic touch : the use of photo-based methodology as a healing practice within the context of healthcare
M.Phil, Northampton University, UK

Fiona  Haggerty (2010) 
Video visualising subjectivity : the feminine body in representation
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Jessica K. Jones-Berney (2010) 
“Giving back the gaze”: exploring complex and multifarious self-representations in the work of Myra Greene and Renée Cox
Mres, University of Nottingham, UK

Sarah Bonner (2010) 
Fairy tales and feminism in contemporary visual art and popular culture
PhD, University of Manchester, UK

Felicity Valerie Ford (2010) 
The Domestic Soundscape and beyond : presenting everyday sounds to audiences
PhD, Oxford Brookes University, UK

Leonore Easton (2010) 
Livegraphy performance art, language, and the multiplicity of sense
PhD, Queen Mary, University of London, UK

Sarah Dar (2010) 
Muslim women, religious identity, commitment and expression in Britain
PhD, University of Warwick, UK

Stephanie Kappel (2010) 
Gender, Subjectivity and Feminist Art: The Work of Tracey Emin, Sam Taylor-Wood and Gillian Wearing
PhD, Westminster University, UK

Yvonne Jones (2010) 
Peeling the body : how can art practice utilize the experience of medical events to consider the implications for the living human being of notions of the posthuman? : how can this process affect an understanding of the positions of the subject/medical ob
PhD, University of Southampton, UK

Juliet MacDonald (2010) 
Drawing around the body : the manual and visual practice of drawing and the embodiment of knowledge
PhD, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

Ha Young Joo (2009) 
The travelling body : contemporary art by women from the Korean diaspora.
PhD, University of Leeds, UK

Joanne Rebecca Lewis (2009) 
Women artists in Botswana in the late 20th century
PhD, School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London), UK

Hazel Elizabeth Frizell (2009) 
Representations of specific concerns of the women's liberation movement in British feminist art 1970-1978
PhD, Kingston University, UK

Jane Mullins (2009) 
Achieving success and getting the blues : success, self-identity and disappointment
PhD, University of Essex, UK

Alexa Wright (2009) 
Out of Order, An Investigation Into the Visual Significance of Human Monstrosity
PhD, University of Westminster, UK
See also by same author, Monstrosity the human monster in visual culture (London: IB Tauris, 2013)

Esther Zaplana RodrÌguez (2009) 
Voice, body and performance in Tori Amos, Bjˆrk and Diamanda Gal·s : towards a theory of feminine vocal performance
PhD, Newcastle University, UK

Shibin Zhang (2009) 
A Comparison between Chinese and Western Women Artists' Work in the Late 1980s and Early 1990s
PhD, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Naomi Salaman (2008) 
Looking back at the life room : revisiting Pevsner's 'Academies of Art Past and Present', to reconsider the illustrations and construct photographs representing the curriculum.
PhD, Goldsmiths' College, University of London, UK

Merav Yerushalmy (2008) 
The state of relations : issues of relationality and practices of documentation in contemporary art
PhD, University of Essex, UK
See also by same author, 'Alternative Views - Utopian Relations and Relational Practices in the Work of Nan Goldin,Yvonne Droge Wendel and Andrea Zittel' (n.paradoxa vol 16 53-61, 2005)

Joanna Sara Walker (2008) 
Nancy Spero : An Encounter in Three Parts- Performance, Poetry and Dance
PhD, University College London, UK
See also by same author, Nancy Spero, Encounters (Ashgate Press, 2011)

Nina R. Kane (2008) 
The Treatment of Rape in Women's Performance Art and Sarah Kane's 'Blasted'.
MA, University of Huddersfield, UK

Rakhee  Balaram (2008) 
Femmes révolutionnaires : the politics of women's art, theory and practice in 1970s France
PhD, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Cuneyt Cakirlar (2008) 
Disidentification, mimicry, melancholia and image : queer reconfigurations in contemporary visual arts
PhD, University College London (UCL), UK

Ming Turner (2008) 
Visualising culture and gender : postcolonial feminist analyses of womenís exhibitions in Taiwan, 1996-2003
PhD, Loughborough University, UK

So Mui Ma (2008) 
Post-colonial identities and art education in Hong Kong
PhD, Institute of Education, University of London, UK

Clare Johnson (2008) 
Textures of Femininity: Temporality, feminism and generation in contemporary women's art
PhD, Lancaster University, UK
See also by same author, Femininity, time and feminist art (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)

Victoria Elizabeth Turvey Sauron (2007) 
Paradoxical Bodies: Femininity, subjectivity and the visual discourse of ecstasy
PhD, University of Leeds, UK
See also by same author, The sacred and the feminine : imagination and sexual difference (London: IB Tauris, 2007)

Sarah Smith (2007) 
A complicitous critique : parodic transformations of cinema in moving image art
PhD, University of Glasgow, UK

Lilian Mary Nabulime (2007) 
The role of sculptural forms as a communication tool in lives and experiences of women with HIV/AIDS in Uganda
PhD, Newcastle University, UK

Holly Mountain (2007) 
The pornographical : a mimetic ethics of bodies
PhD, University of Greenwich, UK

Noor Al-Qasimi (2007) 
The codes of modesty : reconfiguring the Muslim female subject
PhD, University of Warwick, UK

Meredith A. Brown (2007) 
School is a place to perform : the art and pedagogy of Judy Chicago's women's art program at Fresno State College, 1970-1971
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Laurel Jean Frederickson (2007) 
Kate Millett and Jean-Jacques Lebel: sexual outlaws in the intermedia borderlands of art and politics
PhD, Duke University, UK

Natalie Papamichael (2007) 
Karen Kilimnik, feminism and Art History
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Anne Louise Johnson (2006) 
Bracha Ettinger's theory of the matrix : contexts and commentary
PhD, University of Leeds, UK

Vesna Milanovic (2006) 
Re-embodying the alienation of exile : feminist subjectivity, spectatorship, politics and performance
PhD, University of East London, UK

Susan B. Marks (2006) 
An exploration of the hierarchical divisions and the implications of gender within the visual arts through an analysis of contemporary quiltmaking
PhD, University of Sunderland, UK

Mitra. Memarzia (2006) 
Contemporary Iranian women artists : a practice based analysis of identity
PhD, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

Mo Throp (2006) 
Trauma, performativity, and subjectivity in art practice
PhD, University of the Arts London, UK

Tracey Karen Warr (2006) 
Creative acts : curating and writing with artists
PhD, University of Plymouth, UK
See also by same author, The artist's body (Phaidon, 2012)

Andrea Susan Wheeler (2005) 
With place love begins : the philosophy of Luce Irigaray, the issue of dwelling, feminism and architecure
PhD, University of Nottingham, UK

Rachel Duncan (2005) 
Genital sensation : abrasive bodies in feminist performance
PhD, University of Leicester, UK

Katherine Battista (2005) 
Women's work : feminist artists in 1970s London
PhD, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK

Helen Graham  (2004) 
Politics, feeling, art : activating moments of the Women's Liberation Movement for contemporary politics
PhD, University of York, UK

Anna Birch (2004) 
Staging and citing gendered meanings : a practice-based study of representational strategies in live and mediated performance
PhD, University of the Arts London, UK
See also by same author, Performing site-specific theatre : politics, place, practice (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)

Rakhee  Balaram (2004) 
On devient femme : women's art, theory, politics and discourse in the 1970's work of Colette Deble, Gine Pane and Agnes Varda
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Sue Tate (2004) 
Gendering the field : Pauline Boty and the predicament of the woman artist in the British pop art movement
PhD, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
See also by same author, Pauline Boty: Pop Artist and Woman (Wolverhampton Art Gallery & Museums, 2012)

Patricia Hurrell (2004) 
Art and the hysterical woman : feminine identity and representation
PhD, University of Essex, UK

Katrin Kivimaa (2003) 
Nationalism, Gender and Cultural Identities: the Case of Estonian Art from the Impact of Modernity to the Post-Soviet Era 1850-2000
PhD, University of Leeds, UK

Roberta McGrath (2003) 
Geographies of the body and the histories of photography
PhD, Middlesex University, UK

Maria Walsh (2003) 
Indentity-in-motion : the narrative duration of the dis/continuous film moment
PhD, University of Plymouth, UK

Deborah Robinson (2003) 
The materiality of text and body in painting and darkroom processes : an investigation through practice
PhD, University of Plymouth, UK

Yvette Hutchinson (2003) 
Separating the substance from the noise : a survey of the Black arts movement
PhD, University of Nottingham, UK

L. Fieldhouse (2003) 
Theatricality and post-feminism in contemporary art: Laura Ford's psychic spaces and the infantile anxiety situation
MA, University of Manchester, UK

Helen V. Andrew (2003) 
Philosophies of colour : gender and acculturation
PhD, University of Plymouth, UK

Katie Brandon (2003) 
The death of the author and the rebirth of the book : the livres d’artistes of Ruth Francken, Jacques Monory and Annette Messager.
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Naomi Skelton (2002) 
Ruth Francken : la coupure et la coherence
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Bronwen Calvert (2002) 
Virtual bodies : technology and embodiment in cyberpunk fiction
PhD, University of East Anglia, UK

Suzanna Shau-Wai. Chan (2002) 
De/centering whiteness, gender and 'Irishness' : representing 'race', gender and diaspora in Irish visual art
PhD, University of Ulster, UK

Judith Batalion (2002) 
Twisted sisters, tweaked spaces : women's collaboration in the visual arts (1970-2000)
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK
See also by same author, Mad mothers, fast friends, and twisted sisters : women's collaborations in the visual arts, 1970-2000 (, )

Victoria Turner (2002) 
The Factors Affecting Women's Success in Museum Careers: A Discussion of the Reasons More Women Do Not Reach the Top, and of Strategies to Promote their Future Success
Diss., University College London, UK
See also by same author, 'The Factors Affecting Women's Success in Museum Careers: A Discussion of the Reasons More Women Do Not Reach the Top, and of Strategies to Promote their Future Success' vol. 8, pp.6–10 (Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies, 2002)

Ruth Jones (2002) 
Liminality, risk and repetition : towards a feminine becoming in contemporary art practices
PhD, University of Ulster, UK
See also by same author, Holy hiatus : ritual and community in public art (Parthian, 2010)

Divya Praful Tolia-Kelly (2002) 
Iconographies of diaspora : refracted landscapes and textures of memory of South Asian women in London
PhD, University of London, UK
See also by same author, Landscape, race and memory : material ecologies of citzenship (London: Ashgate, 2010)

Nedira Yakir (2002) 
Wilhelmina Barns-Graham & Margaret Mellis : the gendered construction of 'St Ives' display, positioning and displacement
PhD, University of Plymouth, UK

Vanessa Jane Corby (2002) 
Establishing losses encountered' : towards a detail of Eva Hesse
PhD, Leeds University, UK

Ryya Aviva Sanders (2001) 
Methodological embodiments : psychical corporeal performances of subjective specific auto(erotic)-representations
PhD, University of Plymouth, UK

Georgia Preece (2001) 
Women, painting and critical practice in Britain 1984-1992
PhD, University of East Anglia, UK

Andrea Duncan (2001) 
The risk of authenticity : Jung's transcendent function in examples of women's visual and literary practice
PhD, University of East London, UK

Jamilah. Ahmed (2001) 
Quitting the substance for a shadow : an exploration of embodiment and female subjectivities
PhD, Goldsmiths' College, University of London, UK
See also by same author, Cultural bodies : ethnography and theory (Blackwell, 2004)

Belinda  Bowring (2001) 
Flaunting femininity : the re-emergence of 'essentialism' in the work of contemporary female artists?
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Anja Isabel Schneider  (2001) 
Tracing earthworks : Janine Antoni in the legacy of feminist art
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Hayley Newman (2001) 
Locating performance : textual identity and the performative.
PhD, University of Leeds, UK

Julie Marney (2000) 
Performing subjectivities : feminism, postmodernism and the practice of identity
PhD, University of Edinburgh, UK

Sarah  Holmes (2000) 
Women's performance art and feminist reconceptualisations of self
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Barbara M Kennedy (2000) 
Towards an aesthetics of sensation : a reconsideration of film theory through Deleuzian philosophy and post-feminism
PhD, Staffordshire University, UK

Jackie Dear (2000) 
What possibilities for art are represented by the "new" and the "public" of new genre public art (Suzanne Lacy)
PhD, University of Essex, UK

Angela. Dimitrakaki (2000) 
Gender, geographies, representation : women, painting and the body in Britain and Greece, 1970-1990
PhD, University of Reading, UK
See also by same author, Gender, artwork and the global imperative : a materialist feminist critique (Manchester University Press, 2013)

Brian Anthony. Curtin (2000) 
Assuming the 'feminine' position : erotic masculinities and the visual representation of sexual difference.
PhD, University of Bristol, UK

S. H. R. Dalgleish (2000) 
'Utopia' redefined : Aboriginal women artists in the Central Desert of Australia.
PhD, University of East Anglia, UK

Caroline Rye (2000) 
Living cameras : a study of live bodies and mediatized images in multi-media performance and installation art practice
PhD, Edinburgh Napier University, UK

Brian Curtin (2000) 
Assuming the 'feminine' position : erotic masculinities and the visual representation of sexual difference.
PhD, University of Bristol, UK

Catherine Harper (1999) 
STEWING IN HER OWN JUICES: THE ESSENTIAL AND DESIROUS VAGINA (Judy Chicago and Helen Chadwick)
MA, Goldsmiths' College, University of London, UK

Gillian Hugman Perkins (1999) 
Issues in the construction of identity of some contemporary women artists
PhD, University of Leicester, UK

Sadie. Murdoch (1999) 
Drag acts : the politics of form and the structure of impersonation.
PhD, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

Deirdre E. Heddon (1999) 
In search of the subject : locating the shifting politics of women's performance art
PhD, University of Glasgow, UK
See also by same author, Autobiography and performance (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008)

Anne S. W. L. Dunnett (1998) 
Art and identity : a social psychological study of stereotypical beliefs about women artists and women's art and the discursive identities of arts professionals and promoters of women's art
PhD, University of St Andrews, UK

Hilary Robinson (1998) 
Becoming beauty : the implications of the writings of Luce Irigay for feminist art practices
PhD, University of Leeds, UK
See also by same author, Reading Art, Reading Irigaray (London: I.B.Tauris, 2006)

Suzanne  Bailey (1998) 
Gender politics in the work of Marisol in the 1960s
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Jennifer Thatcher (1998) 
Menace a trois : the art of Leonor Fini, Niki de Saint-Phalle and Annette Messager in the context of 1970s French feminism
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Ana Teresa Jardim  Reynaud (1998) 
Brazilian Video Works: Diversity and Identity in a Global Context.
MA, University of Sussex, UK

Karen Elizabeth Ciclitira (1998) 
What does pornography mean to women?
PhD, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Claire Pajaczkowska (1998) 
Before language: the rage at the mother
PhD, Middlesex University, UK

Christine Louise Conley (1998) 
Love among the runes : allegory, gender and the symbolics of loss in the work of three twentieth century women (Mary Kelly, Eva Hesse...)
PhD, University of Essex, UK

Kim Christina Tong (1998) 
The sur(real) sublime : Bourgeois, Hesse and contemporary sculptural practice
PhD, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK

Hsiang-chun Chen (1995) 
Beyond commemoration : the 2-28 incident, the aesthetics of trauma and sexual difference
PhD, University of Leeds, UK

Alison Lee Bracker (1995) 
A critical history of the international art journal Artforum
PhD, University of Leeds, UK

Marie-Anne Mancio (1995) 
Maps for wayward performers: feminist readings and contemporary live art practice in Britain.
PhD, University of Sussex, UK

Catherine Nash (1995) 
Landscape, body and nation : cultural geographies of Irish identities.
PhD, University of Nottingham, UK
See also by same author, Of Irish descent : origin stories, genealogy, and the politics of belonging (Syracuse University Press, 2008)

Jane Prophet (1994) 
Taste, teaching and the Utah teapot : creative, gender, aesthetic and pedagogical issues surrounding the use of electronic media in art and design education : with particular reference to hypertext applications
PhD, University of Warwick, UK
See also by same author, DECOY (Prophet, Jane, 2001)

Elizabeth. Mahoney (1994) 
Writing so to speak : the feminist dystopia.
PhD, University of Glasgow, UK

Louise Ann Parsons (1994) 
An analysis of 'The Gold Diggers' (1983) by Sally Potter : feminist film, Julia Kristeva and revolutionary poetics.
PhD, University of Leeds, UK

Astrid  Ilhe (1994) 
Angela Hampel's Penthesilia : an answer to state culture?
MA, Courtauld Institute, London, UK

Esther Sonnet (1993) 
The politics of representation : modernism, feminism, postmodernism
PhD, University of Nottingham, UK

April Mary Bowen (1992) 
Women's Peace Banners of the 1980s. An exploration of the relationship between women, peace and feminism through the art of banner making
MA, Aberyswyth University, UK

Lorna Green (1991) 
The Position and Attitudes of Contemporary Women Sculptors in Britai, 1987-1989'
MPhil, Leeds University, UK