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 Arts and Culture) and runs MELA 45230: Critical Curatorship, the work placement module for the MA in Visual Arts and Culture: https://www.dur.ac.uk/cvac/postgraduatestudy/masters/
She is the Secretary for Visual Art on the University College SCR Executive. She is also a Senior 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.
Chapter in book
- Donkin, H. (2016). Screams: Women in Post-war Surrealist journals. In Intersections:Women Artists/Surrealism/Modernism. Allmer, P. Manchester University Press.
- Donkin, H. (2017). André Breton and Vladimir Mayakovsky: Poeticizing politics and politicizing poetry. Dada/Surrealism 21(1): 12.
- 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.