Dr Nina Lübbren

Dr Nina Lübbren

Deputy Head of Department
Principal Lecturer in Film Studies

Room: Hel 365

Email: nina.lubbren@anglia.ac.uk

Telephone: 0845 196 2471
International: +44 1223 698 471

Dr Nina Lübbren's research activity

Dr Nina Lübbren is Deputy Head of the Department of English and Media at Anglia Ruskin University. She is also a Principal Lecturer in Film Studies. Prior to this, she was Senior Lecturer in Art History and Modern Visual Culture in the Cambridge School of Art.

Dr Lübbren gained a Master's degree in Art History and Italian at the Freie Universität Berlin (Germany). She studied for a year at the University of California in Berkeley and then moved to England in order to complete her PhD at the University of Leeds. Before joining Anglia Ruskin, she taught at Leeds, Birkbeck College and the Open University.

Her research interests are in the area of nineteenth-century European art, in particular landscape and academic painting and in German women sculptors of the 1920s She is the author of Rural Artists' Colonies in Europe, 1870-1910 (Manchester University Press, 2001) and the co-editor of Visual Culture and Tourism (Berg, 2003). She is currently writing a book on visual narrative in nineteenth-century painting and starting a research project on the Dresden sculptor Gela Forster.

Dr Lübbren is a member of the Association of Art Historians, the Association of Historians of Nineteenth-Century Art and the International Society for the Study of Narrative.

At Anglia Ruskin University, she teaches modules in the history and theory of cinema, global cinemas and the aesthetics of film as art.

Dr Lübbren welcomes research students in the area of nineteenth-century and early-twentieth-century art, Art and the Fantastic, Bollywood cinema and in the area of visual narratives.

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