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Sarah Churchill

Sarah Churchill is an emerging art historian specializing in British and Irish post-war art and visual culture, with emphasis on photography and photographic theory. While currently an adjunct lecturer of art history for CT State Community College and Eastern CT State University, she’ll soon start a Postdoctoral Fellowship for the Paul Mellon Centre for British Art in the spring of 2025. During this fellowship, Sarah will work on her first monograph examining the role of the image in the so-called “death” of mass social housing in Britain, tentatively titled Slums in the Sky: How Images Killed Mass Social Housing in Britain. She’s also held the Larkin Interdisciplinary Fellowship from the American Conference for Irish Studies (2022–23) and was a curatorial fellow at the Housatonic Museum of Art (2020). Sarah earned her BFA at Massachusetts College of Art, her M.Phil in Irish art history at Trinity College Dublin, and, just recently, her PhD in cultural history at Drew University.

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