- 16 August 2021
The Paul Mellon Centre is delighted to announce the appointment of Susuana Amoah and Caitlin Doley as Co-Convenors of the Doctoral Researchers Network (DRN).
Susuana is a cultural activist, artist-curator and PhD candidate at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her research examines how cultural equity can be realised in public contemporary art galleries through decolonial approaches to curatorial practice.
Caitlin is a PhD candidate in the History of Art department at the University of York. She has a number of interdisciplinary research interests, including the relationship between images and words, the intersection of high art and mass culture, classical reception studies and feminist theory.
Susuana and Caitlin will continue the excellent work of Charlotte Johnson and Evleyn Whorall-Campbell, who completed their tenure as Co-Convenors of the DRN this month.
For more information about the Doctoral Researchers Network and to become a member, click here.