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Anne Puetz

Dr Anne Puetz is a Continuing Education specialist and heads The Courtauld’s wide-ranging programme of digital and on campus short courses in art history, and its in-person and online Study Tours.  Among other, her programming regularly explores topical subjects of British art, art history and curating, and contributes to relevant wider debates – her lecture series Britain EuropeEncounters in Art (autumn 2018-summer 2019) responded to Britain’s then projected exit from the EU by bringing together a panel of experts to examine a history of British art in its complex relations to the arts of the European mainland; the summer term of the programme also contributing to the nation-wide arts festival Insiders/Outsiders: Refugees from Nazi Europe and their Contribution to British Culture.

Anne’s own teaching focuses mainly on British, and also on French and German art from the late 17th to the late 19th centuries.  She has research and teaching interests in

  • Theories, practices and technologies of artistic reproduction
  • Display and exhibition cultures
  • Art and national identity
  • Art and Empire, and decolonisation
  • Concepts of ‘modernity’
  • Intersections of art and craft
  • Art institutions, and artists’ and artisans’ training and education
  • Print culture
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