Vanessa Longden is a Leverhulme funded doctoral candidate, researching Visual Arts and Culture at Durham University. Her thesis readdresses the spatial representation of Francesca Woodman’s photography in the cultural context of 1970s New York. Longden has presented her work internationally, and recently publishes “Whispers of escapades out on the “D” train”: The Entangled Visions of Cindy Sherman’s ‘Untitled Film Stills’ in Mediated Pasts: Visual Cultures and Collective Memory, McFarland & Co Inc., (2017). For the past three years, she has acted as Editorial Assistant for The Journal of Historical Sociology (Wiley-Blackwell).

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