Christin Neubauer is a research assistant and PhD student within the research group ‘European Romanticism’ and the research training group ‘The Romantic Model’ at the University of Jena, Germany. In her dissertation, she explores Pre-Raphaelitism in the context of Romanticism. She received MAs in History of Art from the University of York and the University of Jena. Her research interests focus on 19th-century British art, particularly the art of the Pre-Raphaelites. In addition, she examines transnational receptions and is intrigued by issues in reception aesthetics. Her publications include a paper on the construction and perception of rhythm in Heinrich Vogeler’s book illustrations, and an essay on the New Woman Question in the art of Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale is forthcoming.