Jocelyn Anderson is an art historian whose recent research focuses on modern Canadian art and on art and the British Empire. She has done research for the McMichael Canadian Art Collection and has taught Canadian art at the University of Toronto Mississauga. She has also taught at the Courtauld Institute of Art, Birkbeck, and the University of East Anglia, and has worked in the Learning Department at Tate Britain. Her work on images of the British Empire has been published in British Art Studies, the Oxford Art Journal, and Eighteenth-Century Studies. She is currently working on a book on early modern magazine illustrations, for which she received a Lewis Walpole Library Fellowship. Before working on images of the British Empire, her research explored early modern tourism within Britain, and she is the author of Touring and Publicizing England’s Country Houses in the Long Eighteenth Century (2018). She received her PhD from the University of London (Courtauld Institute of Art) in 2013, and subsequently held a postdoctoral fellowship at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art (2014) and the post of Early Career Lecturer in Early Modern Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art (2015–16). She is currently the Editorial and Education Director at the Art Canada Institute. 

Contributions

  • Visiting and Writing on Country House Art Collections in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

    by Jocelyn Anderson