Steering Committee

  • Dr Caroline
    Caroline (Carrie) Vout teaches art history in the Faculty of Classics, where one of her main specialisms is Greek and Roman art and its reception from antiquity to the modern museum. Her books include Sex on Show: Seeing the Erotic in Greece and Rome (British Museum Press, 2013) and Classical Art: a Life History from Antiquity to the Present. She also curates exhibitions (see the catalogues for Following Hercules: the Story of Classical Art (The Fitzwilliam Museum, 2015) and Antinous: the Face of the Antique (The Henry Moore Institute, 2006) and regularly speaks in museums and galleries and at literary festivals and contemporary art exhibitions. She has been a judge of the ARTiculation Prize, and Member of the editorial committee (Antiquities) of Perspective (the journal of the Institut national d’ histoire de l’art, Paris), and is currently Chair of the Visual Arts Committee of Christ’s College, Cambridge. She has Masters and PhD students working on ancient art, gender and material culture, art and text, and Greco-Roman art and landscape in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. For more information:

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