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This a list of visiting speakers to this course – including the open lecture series, which is open to all students in the Department.

 


Parveen Adams

The London Consortium

 


Professor Homi Bhabha

Harvard University

 


David Brittain

Reader/researcher, University of Manchester – The complications of Photography

 


Professor Susan Buck-Morss

Cornell University

 


Professor Victor Burgin

Professor Emeritus of History of Consciousness at the University of California – Visible Cities

 


Rut Blees Luxemburg

Photographic artist

 


Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin

Photographic artists

 


Bruno Ceschel

Book Publisher, Self-Publish be Happy – The Importance of the Self Published Book

 


Mark Cousins

Architectural Association

 


Professor Elizabeth Cowie

University of Kent

 


Simona Dell Agli

Artquest – Social media what Artquest offers emerging artists

 


Dr. T.J. Demos

Writer and a lecturer in the Art History Department at University College London –  A Colonial Hauntology

 


Kate Edwards

Guardian Saturday Magazine, Picture Editor – The Guardian Magazine and picture editing

 


Jason Evans

Photographer

 


Alwyn Gosford

Gettyimages Director of Motion content, London – Getty images as an agent and its motion content

 


Clare Grafik

Photographer’s Gallery, London – Curating Photography

 


Hiroko Hagiwara

University of Osaka

 


Professor Stuart Hall

Open University

 


Leonie Hampton

Photographer – On personal work

 


Mark Irving

Writer and art critic. Lectures at St Martin’s College of Art – Vatan (homeland)

 


Samantha Johnson

Penguin Books

 


Isaac Julian

Artist and filmmaker

 


Professor Karen Knorr

Photographer and Professor of Photography at University of the Creative Arts (Farnham) – India Song

 


Vanessa Kramer

Corbis, Director of editorial content – Corbis and the editorial market

 


Annette Kuhn

Senior Professorial Fellow, University of London

 


Darian Leader

Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research, London

 


Mark Lewis

Artist and filmmaker, Central Saint Martins

 


Gordon MacDonald

Publisher, Photoworks

 


Penny Martin

Editor, The Gentle Woman magazine

 


Edgar Martins

Photographer


Simon Norfolk

Photographer – On Photography

 


Mark Lewis

Artist and filmmaker, Central Saint Martins

 


Gordon MacDonald

Publisher, Photoworks

 


Professor Kobena Mercer

Professor of  Art History & African American Studies, Yale University – Questioning the Cross-Cultural in Contemporary Art

 


Professor Laura Mulvey

Birkbeck, University of London

 


Mark Neville

Artist

 


Professor Michael Newman

Professor of Art, Goldsmiths College, London – John Stezaker and the Image

 


Uriel Orlow

Senior research fellow at University of Westminster – Re-awakening the Dead: the temporalities of the image

 


Chris Steele Perkins

Magnum, Photographer – On personal work

 


Hugh Pinney

Gettyimages, Vice President of Editorial – Current News Photography and How to Get Started

 


Sara Reza

Curator, Tate Modern

 


Professor Olivier Richon

Head of the Photography Department at the Royal College of Art Is Still Life Alive?

 


Hilary Roberts

Head Curator of Photographic content, Imperial War Museum – Women photographers working with conflict

 


Professor Irit Rogoff

Goldsmiths, University of London

 


Daniel Rubenstein

Head of the BA and MA Photography at London South Bank University – Photography in Crisis

 


Renata Salecl

Philosopher and sociologist, Institute of Criminology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

currently visiting professor at the London School of Economics – The Tyranny of Choice: People’s Anxieties

 


Professor Abigail Solomon-Godeau

University of California, Santa Barbara

 


Mark Lewis

Artist and filmmaker, Central Saint Martins

 


Professor Julian Stallabrass

Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London

 


Gwen Thomas

Managing Director, The Association of Photographers

 


Dr. Gilda Williams

Writer, critic and lecturer on the MA in curating at Goldsmiths – Making Monsters: Gothic Processes and Metaphors in Contemporary Art