Dr Hazel Donkin
Dr Hazel Donkin completed her postgraduate studies in French Surrealism in 2010 and joined Durham University as a Teaching Fellow.
Dr Donkin contributes to all of the undergraduate Art History modules offered by the School of Education. She is a member of the steering committee of CVAC (the Centre for Visual art and Culture) and runs MELA 45230: Critical Curatorship, the work placement module for the MA in Visual Art and Culturehttps://www.dur.ac.uk/cvac/postgraduatestudy/masters/ . She is also the Secretary for Visual Art on the University College SCR Executive. She is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Dr Donkin's research interest is in the field of Surrealism. She would welcome applications from potential PhD candidates interested in all areas of Surrealism.
- Donkin, H. (2013). Surrealism and (un)Happy Families: Banalite (1930). re·bus 6.
- Donkin, H. (2012). Ties that Bind Hans Bellmer's 'Tenir au Frais' to Heinrich von Kleist. History of Photography 36(4).
- Newton, D.P. & Donkin, H. (2011). Some notions of artistic creativity amongst history of art students acquired through incidental learning. International Journal of Education through Art 7(3): 283-298.
Chapter in book
- Donkin, H. (2016). Screams: Women in Post-war Surrealist journals. In Intersections:Women Artists/Surrealism/Modernism. Allmer, P. Manchester University Press.