Dr Hurrell gained her PhD in Modern Art History and Theory at the University of Essex in 2004 and has since contributed to the development and teaching of a number of programmes at the University of Suffolk including Fine Art, Graphic Design and Photography.
Themes and Ideas: Perspectives on Photography
Dissertation (Fine Art/Graphic Design/Interior Architecture and Design Dissertation (contributor)
Pedagogy in art/design schools – history and rationale of arts teaching locally, nationally and internationally. Artistic practice and writing in East Anglia – historical and contemporary. Photographic history and historiography
In 2015 I convened a session at the Association of Art Historians’ annual conference at UEA, entitled Envisioning East Anglia: Historical and Contemporary Representations. Five speakers gave papers on topics related to the cultural history of East Anglia, which has been relatively untreated by art historians and in which I can see the potential for future research.
The Sculptor Bernard Reynolds, (London, Sansom Press, 2010)
Selected conference papers
‘Past and Present: Historiography and the Photographic work of Claude Cahun’, Annual Conference of the Association for Art History, University of Loughborough, April 2017.
‘Conceptual Art in Ipswich: the International Impact of Roy Ascott’s Teaching at Ipswich School of Art, 1964-7’, Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, April 2013 at University of Reading, April 2013.