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volume 38, July 2016
Polemics / Contestations

volume 37, Jan 2016

volume 36, July 2015

volume 35, Jan 2015

volume 34, July 2014
Lessons from History

volume 33, Jan 2014

volume 32, July 2013

volume 31, Jan 2013
Africa and its Diasporas

volume 30, July 2012
Feminist Aesthetics

volume 29, Jan 2012

volume 28, July 2011

volume 27, Jan 2011
Women's Work

volume 26, July 2010
Feminist Pedagogies

volume 25, Jan 2010

volume 24, July 2009
Material Histories

volume 23, Jan 2009
Art Activism

volume 22, July 2008

volume 21,Jan 2008

volume 20, July 2007

volume 19, Jan 2007

volume 18, July 2006
Curatorial Strategies

volume 17, Jan 2006

volume 16, July 2005

volume 15, Jan 2005
Scientific Ethics/Aesthetics

volume 14, July 2004
Dreams of the Future

volume 13, Jan 2004
Domestic Politics

volume 12, July 2003
Out of Order

volume 11, Jan 2003
Identity Mechanisms

volume 10, July 2002
Rethinking Revolution

volume 9, Jan 2002

volume 8, July 2001

volume 7, Jan 2001
Urban Fictions

volume 6, July 2000
Desire and the Gaze

volume 5, Jan 2000
About Time

volume 4, July 1999

volume 3, Jan 1999
Body, Space and Memory

volume 2, July 1998
Women and New Media

volume 1, Jan 1998

About Katy Deepwell: Editor

international feminist art journal

Katy Deepwell is an art critic and lecturer, based in London.
She founded n.paradoxa online in December 1996 and established the printed version as a biannual publication in January 1998, published by KT press.

Follow the links below to find out more information on her work over recent years in :-
Teaching and Education, Publications: Books, Essays in books, Articles, Conference Papers, Guest Lectures

To contact the editor, email : katy@ktpress.co.uk
or write to : 38 Bellot Street, East Greenwich, London SE10 0AQ, England.
Tel/Fax +44 (0)20 8858 3331

Teaching and Education

From August 2013, Katy Deepwell is Professor of Contemporary Art, Theory and Criticism at Faculty of Art and Design, Middlesex University.

Katy Deepwell was Reader in Contemporary Art, Theory and Criticism and Head of Research Training for the University of the Arts, London (September 2004 - September 2010).
Sept 2008-June 2009, she was on research leave as a Leverhulme Research Fellow.

Katy Deepwell wrote her PhD on 'Women Artists in Britain between the Two World Wars' (London, Birkbeck College, 1991). This is the subject of her latest book:
'Women Artists between the Two World Wars' (Manchester University Press, 2010)

Her MA is in the Social History of Art (Leeds University, 1986) and her BA (Hons) in Fine Art (Painting) (St Martins School of Art and Design, 1985).

She was Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Fine Art at University of Ulster, Belfast, November 1999-January 2003. She has worked as a lecturer in art theory and twentieth century art history at a number of different colleges in Britain: Oxford-Brookes University (1995-1996 & 1997-1998); Goldsmiths' College (1989-1995); West Surrey College of Art and Design (1993); Kent Institute of Art and Design (1986-1992) and at the Art History Dept, University of Copenhagen (Oct-Nov 1998).

She was Chair of the Executive Committee at Women's Art Library, 1990-1994. From 1997-2000, she was President of the British Section of the International Art Critics Association (AICA), a UNESCO non-governmental organisation. 2001-2013, she was in the Irish Section of AICA, and after 2013, she rejoined the British Section.

She has been critic-in-residence at Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (July/August,1999); Nordic Art Centre, Suomenlinna, Finland (August 2000); and for 2 months at Die Hoege, Germany (2003).

From April 2004-March 2006, she was an International Advisory Board Member for Museum of Contemporary Art, Kumamoto (CAMK) in Japan.

Katy Deepwell : Publications : Books

Essays in Books

Catalogue Essays

Articles (N.B.:  n.paradoxa articles by Katy Deepwell are not listed, search n.paradoxa)

Reviews, Dictionary Entries & Short Texts (NB. work for n.paradoxa is not listed, search index)

Conference Papers

Guest Lectures and Talks