Juliet Simpson (MA St Andrews, DPhil. Oxford) is Full Professor of Art History, Chair of Cultural Memory and Research Director for the Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities, Coventry University. She is also Visiting Fellow at the Warburg Institute, University of London. She is the author of numerous publications on long 19th-20th-century art, art critics, word and image relations, Symbolism and the reception of medieval and Renaissance visual cultures. Recent publications include, Gothic Modernisms, co-edited with A.-M. von Bonsdorff, T. Bauduin and J. Baetens (Peter Lang: forthcoming: 2022), and articles on Ferdinand Hodler’s Cosmopolitanism (2019), ‘Lucas Cranach’s Legacies’ (2020), Baudelaire’s Prodigal Constantin (2022). Awards include from the Leverhulme Trust, AHRC, CNRS and Royal Netherlands Academy, DFK, as well as a Visiting Professorship, University of Amsterdam (2017-18), and Visiting Fellow (2019–), Warburg Institute. She is Guest Curator-Director, in partnership with Ateneum (Finnish National Gallery), Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin and Oslo Nationalmuseum for the international exhibition and publication, Gothic Modern, 1875–1925: Munch to Kollwitz (2024-25). Professor Simpson is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Arts and Royal Historical Society, UK, and sits on the International Editorial Board of Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide.