Her research lies at the intersection of art history and the health humanities, with her current book project focusing on surgical imagery and twentieth-century British visual culture. Other academic interests include anonymity and the ethics of medical photography, the history of emotions, and humor in visual art and in medicine.
Her research has been funded by the Wellcome Trust, Yale University's Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, and Durham University's Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research. She has led scholarly networks for historians of British art and for medical humanists. She has also worked on curatorial projects for the National Portrait Gallery, London (on portraiture in the 1930s and during the Second World War), and for the Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons of England (on art and facial reconstruction).
Assistant Professor - Department of Health Humanities and Bioethics (SMD)
Assistant Professor - Department of Art & Art History A&S (RC) - Joint
Visual Culture in Britain. 2022; .
Medical Humanities. 2022; 48: 431-440.
British Humour and the Second World War: "Keep Smiling Through" (2023)
Chapter: "'E's a funny doctor": Dickie Orpen and the Visual Humour of the Second World War Reconstructive Surgery Ward
Authors: Christine Slobogin
Publisher: Bloomsbury, London 2023