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J. (Julia) Alting, MA

PhD student
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Julia Alting is a PhD candidate at the Groningen Research Institute for the Study of Culture (ICOG), where she researches nonlinear approaches to art historical time. Her research and writing have appeared in publications like Metropolis M, Rekto/Verso, Aziatische Kunst and Trigger (Fotomuseum Antwerpen). She has given presentations at institutions like the American University (Washington), the University of Copenhagen and Spui25, and at museums like the Rijksmuseum and the Cobramuseum. She has organized symposia and events in collaboration with Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences (KNAW), the Association for Young Dutch Art Historians (Jong VNK) and the National Research School for Art History (OSK). She is a remote editor for Soapbox, journal for cultural analysis, and her research has among other grants been supported by the Jo Kolk Study Fund, the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR) and the Leiden International Student Fund (LISF). She teaches on decolonial and feminist theory in art history, and previously studied cultural studies at Amsterdam University College, New York University, Leiden University, and SOAS, University of London.

Other positions

ICOG Advisory Board, member
OSK (National Research School Art History), PhD Council and Program Committee
Soapbox, journal for cultural analysis, remote editor
Last modified:12 March 2024 5.52 p.m.

Contact information

Oude Boteringestraat 34
9712 GK Groningen
The Netherlands