Corinna Wagner is Associate Professor of Literature and Visual Culture at the University of Exeter. Her research interests include photography and nineteenth-century visual culture, art and anatomy, and the relationship between medicine and the arts. She has published articles and chapters on these topics, and her books include Art and Anatomy: The Body and Visual Culture (forthcoming), Pathological Bodies: Medicine and Political Culture (California UP, 2013) and with Joanne Parker, Art and Soul: Victorians and the Gothic (Sansom, 2014). She has also edited A Body of Work: An Anthology of Poetry and Medicine (with Andy Brown, Bloomsbury, 2015) and Gothic Evolutions: Poetry, Tales, Context, Theory (Broadview, 2014). She is also a photographer and is at work on a project called Transparent Bodies.
Corinna will talk about: ‘The Anatomical Eye: Realism and the Body in Visual Culture’ during her lecture.