About Dr Susan Green
Dr Green joined NCH in 2017 as Visiting Lecturer in History of Art. She started her teaching career in 2014 at the Courtauld Institute of Art where she is now an Associate Lecturer.
Association of Art Historians
Dr Susan Green's Research
Dr Green is currently completing a book based on her doctoral thesis ‘Tree of Jesse Iconography in Northern Europe, 1450-1550’, which is due to be published by Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group) as part of their history of art series in 2018/19.
‘Pre-Reformation Patronage and Pilgrimage in Southern Germany: An Investigation into the Origin and Function of the Schöllenbach Altarpiece’, immediations, Volume 3, no.4, (2015).
‘Portrait of a Gentleman’ (Warwick Castle) Attributed to William Dobson, 2014, Conservation and Art Historical Analysis Paper (with Alice Aurand) online, Courtauld Institute of Art Research Forum website.
Dr Susan Green's Teaching
Visiting Lecturer, New College of the Humanities (2016-2018)
Associate Lecturer, Courtauld Institute of Art (2016-2018)
Visiting Lecturer, Courtauld Institute of Art (2015-2016)
Teaching Assistant, Courtauld Institute of Art (2014-2015)
Designed the Artists and Their Materials element of the Introduction to Art History BA1 Course at the NCH.
Designed a new BA1 Topic course (Form and Function: A Closer Look at Fifteenth-Century European Art in London Collections) which will be taught at the Courtauld Institute of Art this year.
Part-time curatorial assistance for a large UK private collection (2015-2017)