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Professor Fay (Fae) Brauer

Professor of Art and Visual Culture

Centre for Cultural Studies Research (CCSR), University of East London Arts and Digital Industries; National Institute of Experimental Arts (NIEA), The University of New South Wales Art and Design, Australia; The Society for Literature, Science and the Arts (SLSA); European Society for Literature, Science and the Arts (ESLSA); Association of Art Historians (AAH); College Art Association (CAA): British Association for Modernist Studies (BAMS); European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies (EAM); European Society for the History of Science (ESHS); Institute of Historical Research (IHR).

Fay (Fae) Brauer is Professor of Art and Visual Culture in the Centre for Cultural Studies Research (CCSR), Arts and Digital Industries. While her interdisciplinary research and publications traverse art, culture, medicine and science, she teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate students, particularly in the fields of Modernism and Postmodernism, as well as Heritage and Visual Cultures.

  • EB 1.19, Docklands Campus
    School of Arts and Digital Industries (ADI)
    University of East London
    Docklands Campus
    London
    London
    E16 2RD
  • F.Brauer@uel.ac.uk 0208 223 6828
    Fay (Fae) Brauer is Professor of Art and Visual Culture in the Centre for Cultural Studies Research (CCSR), Arts and Digital Industries. She is also Honorary Professor of Art History and Cultural Theory at The University of New South Wales National Institute of Experimental Arts. She teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate students, particularly in the fields of Modernism and Postmodernism, as well as Heritage and Visual Cultures. Her research focuses upon interdisciplinary interconnections in relation to the body, evolution, extinction, eugenics, genetics and the cultural politics redolent in art and cultural institutions. This is demonstrated by her books: Picturing Evolution and Extinction: Regeneration and Degeneration in Modern Visual Culture; The Art of Evolution: Darwin, Darwinisms and Visual Culture; Art, Sex and Eugenics: Corpus Delecti (awarded Best Book of the year in 2009) and Rivals and Conspirators: The Paris Salons and the Modern Art Centre (nominated for four book awards). She is the author of over 30 book chapters and some 50 articles. Her forthcoming books include Regenerating the Body: Modernist Biocultures, Neo-Lamarckian Eugenics and the Fitness Imperative; Symbiotic Species: The Art and Science of Transformism; Enchanting Science; Enchanting Science: The Vital Force of Art and Transformism, and Canvasing Perversion: Picasso, Science and Medicine.


    Honorary Professor of Art History and Cultural Theory at The University of New South Wales National Institute of Experimental Arts.

    National Institute of Experimental Arts (NIEA); 

    The Society for Literature, Science and the Arts (SLSA);

    European Society for Literature, Science and the Arts (ESLSA);

    Association of Art Historians (AAH);

    Art Association of Australia and New Zealand (AAANZ);

    College Art Association (CAA);

    British Association for Modernist Studies (BAMS);

    European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies (EAM);

    European Society for the History of Science (ESHS);

    Institute of Historical Research (IHR).

     

    Overview

    Modern Visual Cultures, Modernisms, Postmodernisms, Science and Medicine:
    Eugenics, New Genetics, Evolution, Extinction, Ecology and the Anthropocene


    The prime focus of Professor Brauer’s research is the interrelationships between modern art, modern visual cultures, Modernism, science and medicine, particularly eugenics, new genetics, evolution, extinction, ecology and the Anthropocene. This is demonstrated by her books Picturing Evolution and Extinction: Regeneration and Degeneration in Modern Visual Cultures; The Art of Evolution: Darwin, Darwinisms and Visual Culture; Art, Sex and Eugenics, Corpus Delecti, and her forthcoming books, Regenerating the Body: Modernist Biocultures, Neo-Lamarckian Eugenics and the Fitness Imperative; Enchanting Science: The Vital Force of Art and Transformism and Symbiotic Species: The Art and Science of Transformism in Solidarist France (refer Publishing).

    It is also demonstrated by the research network she has forged with Professor Louise Lyle, University of London in Paris (ULIP) on Colonial Eugenics, as well as the conferences she has convened on evolution and extinction and the event she is planning with Eve Katsouraki at the University of East London Stratford campus (USS), Performing Evolution: Art, Culture, Medicine and Science.

    Art Institutions, Museums and Cultural Politics

    Long have art institutions and cultural politics been a focus of Professor Brauer’s research as demonstrated by her journal articles, conference papers, book chapter, “Commercial Spies and Cultural Invaders: The French Press, Pénétration Pacifique and Xenophobic Nationalism in the Shadow of War”, Printed Matters: Printing, Publishing and Urban Culture in Europe in the Modern Period, and her book. Rivals and Conspirators: The Paris Salons and the Modern Art Centre. Exploring the relationship of the Salon des Artistes Français, Salon National des Beaux-Arts, Salon des Artistes Indépendants and Salon d’Automne to the French art ministry, state-funded fine art councils and committees, as well as the Paris-based dealer galleries between 1881 and 1920, this book reveals surprising power relations, particularly the ‘cultural capital’ accrued by Léon Bonnat and William Bouguereau. The cultural politics of French institutions is also the subject of her long-planned book, Politicizing Cubism: Aliens, Criminals, Degenerates and Traitors.


    The Body, Androgyny, Hysteria, Hypnosis, Magnetism, Occultism, etc.
    Professor Brauer’s research also intersects with the following fields in relation to art and visual culture, as demonstrated by her book chapters, journal articles, conferences, conference sessions and conference papers on the following subjects.

    Anatomy Lesson
    Anthropocene
    Androgyny
    Antimilitarism
    Astrobiology
    The Body
    BioArt
    Darwin
    Darwinisms
    Degeneration
    Devolution
    Evolution
    Eugenics
    Homoeroticism
    Hypnosis
    Hysteria (male and female)
    Magnetism and Neo-Magnetism
    Life Drawing, Life Painting and Dissection
    La Culture Physique
    Mesmerism
    Militarism
    Neo-Lamarckism
    Neurasthenia
    Pacificism
    Pathologized and Normal Body Photography
    Physical Culture
    Physical Education
    Regeneration
    Symbiotic Species
    Transformism

    Art Movements
    Cubism
    Dadaism
    Fauvism
    Feminism
    Expressionism
    Impressionism
    Nabis
    Neo-Impressionism
    Post-Impressionism
    Orphism
    Surrealism
    Symbolism

    Artists
    Louis Abbéma
    Jules Adler
    Georgette Agutte
    Lawrence Alma-Tadema
    Louis Anquetin
    Jean Baffier
    Albert Besnard
    René Binet
    Rosa Bonheur
    Léon Bonnat
    Louise Bourgeois
    William Bouguereau
    Rembrandt Bugatti
    Rupert Bunny
    Louise Breslau
    Georges Braque
    Alexandre Cabanel
    Claude Cahun
    Eugène Carrière
    Leonara Carrington
    Ramon Casas
    Mary Cassatt
    Charles-Auguste Carolus-Duran
    Paul Cézanne
    Paul Chabas
    Maurice Chabas
    Marc Chagall
    Alexandre Charpentier
    Jules Cheret
    Fernand Cormon
    Lucie Costurier
    Gustave Courbet
    Gustave Courtois
    Henry Cross
    Aimé-Jules Dalou
    Edouard Debat-Ponsan
    Robert Delaunay
    Sonia Delaunay
    Virginie Demont-Breton
    André Derain
    Georges Desvallières
    Edouard Detaille
    Marcel Duchamp
    Clémeantine-Hélène Dufau
    Max Ernst
    Alexandra Exeter
    Marie-Auguste Flameng
    François Flameng
    Eugène Gaillard
    Émile Gallé
    Paul Gauguin
    Jean-Léon Gérôme
    Henri Gervex
    Albert Gleizes
    Juan Gris
    Jules Grün
    AntoineGuillemet
    Alice Halicka
    Henry-Joseph Harpignies
    Henri-Gabriel Ibels
    Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
    Max Jacob
    Frantz Jourdain
    Paul Jouve
    Frida Kahlo
    František Kupka
    René Lalique
    Janet Laurence
    Marie Laurencin
    Le Corbusier
    Maximilien Luce
    Albert Maignan
    Edouard Manet
    Louis Marcoussis
    Roger Marx
    Madame Marval
    André Masson
    Henri Matisse
    Ernest Meissonier
    Antonin Mercié
    Luc-Olivier Merson
    Jean Metzinger
    Constantin Meunier
    John Millais
    Lee Miller
    Juan Miro
    Piet Mondrian
    Gustave Moreau
    Berthe Morisot
    William Morris
    Alphonse Mucha
    Edvard Munch
    Gabriel Münter
    Pablo Picasso
    Charles Plumet
    Meret Oppenheim
    Patricia Piccinini
    Camille Pissarro
    Armand Point
    Jane Poupelet
    Pierre Puvis de Chavannes
    Jean-François Raffaëlli
    Paula Rego
    Auguste Renoir
    Paul Richer
    Tony Robert-Fleury
    Alfred Roll
    Henri Rousseau
    Kay Sage
    Niki de Saint-Phalle
    Henri Sauvage
    Tony Selmersheim
    Georges Seurat
    Walter Sickert
    John Singer Sargent
    Paul Signac
    Alfred Stevens
    Dorothea Tanning
    Louis Comfort Tiffany
    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
    Félix Vallotton
    Edmond-Eugène Valton
    Joana Vasconcelos
    Marie Vasilieff
    Kees Van Dongen
    Vincent Van Gogh
    James Abbott McNeill Whistler


    Collaborators

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    Research


    BOOKS
    Published

    1. Fae Brauer, Rivals and Conspirators:  The Paris Salons and the Modern Art Centre (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013; 450 pages; 400 illustrations; ISBN (10): 1-4438-5376-3; ISBN (13): 1-4438-5376-7)
    2. Fae Brauer and Serena Keshavjee, Picturing Evolution and Extinction: Regeneration and Degeneration in Modern Visual Culture (Lady Stephenson Library, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015) 350 pages; 150 illustrations; ISBN (10): 1-4438-7253-9; ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-7253-9.
    3. Fae Brauer and Barbara Larson, The Art of Evolution:  Darwin, Darwinisms and Visual Culture (Hanover and London:  The University Press of New England, 2009; ISBN 978-1-58465-775-0); paperback publication, 2016.
    4. Fae Brauer and Anthea Callen, Art, Sex and Eugenics: Corpus Delecti (Hampshire, UK; Vermont, USA:  Ashgate Publishing, 2008; ISBN 978-0-7546-5827-6).
    Forthcoming
    5. Fae Brauer, Regenerating the Body: Modernist Biocultures, Neo-Lamarckian Eugenics and the Fitness Imperative.
    6. Fae Brauer and Serena Keshavjee, Enchanting Science: The Vital Force of Art and Transformism.
    7. Fae Brauer, Symbiotic Species: The Art of Transformism in Solidarist France.
    8. Fae Brauer, Politicizing Cubism: Aliens, Criminals, Degenerates and Traitors.
    9. Fae Brauer, Canvasing Perversions:  Picasso, Science and Medicine.
    10. Fae Brauer, Unmasking Masculinity: Imaging Hysterical Men in Republican France.
    11. Fae Brauer, Feminizing Muscle: Body Trouble in Visual Cultures.
    Edited Anthologies
    12. Bloody Bodies: The Art of Dissection and Execution, ed. Fae Brauer.
    13. Building the Body Beautiful:  Modern Art, Vitalist Cultures and the Fitness Imperative, ed. Fae Brauer.
    14. Vision and Visionaries: Psychology, Occult Science and Symbolist Art, eds. Michelle Facos and Fae Brauer.
    15. At the World’s End: Contemporary Art, Visual Culture and Extinction Studies, eds. Fae Brauer and Andrés Montenegro Rosero.

    BOOK CHAPTERS
    Forthcoming

    1. Fae Brauer, “Astrobiology and the Androgyne: Hélène Dufau's Occult Transformism”, L'Androgyne au passage du siècle visual culture, ed. Pascal Rousseau (Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2017).
    2. Fae Brauer, “Dealing with Cubism: Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler's Perilous Internationalism”, The Art of the Deal: Dealers and the Global Art Market from 1860 to 1940, eds. Lynn Catterton and Charlotte Vignon (Leiden, Boston and Tokyo: Brill International Publishing, 2017).
    3. Fae Brauer, “The Pasted Paper Devolution:  Sexual Degeneration and Neoregulation in the Cubist Papier-Collés”, Of Modernism: Essays in Honour of Christopher Green, eds. Grace Brockington and Charles M. Miller (Paul Holberton Publishing, 2016).
    4. Fae Brauer, “Capturing Unconsciousness: Psychology, Hypnosis and the Culture of Hysteria”, A Companion to Nineteenth Century Art, ed. Michelle-Facos (London: Wiley Blackwell, 2016).
    5. Fae Brauer, “Deadly Doubles: Pathologized and Normalized Body Photography in Karl Pearson’s Modern Culture of Science and Eugenics”, Being Modern: Science and Culture in the Early Twentieth Century, eds. Robert Budd, Paul Greenhalgh, Frank James and Morag Shiach (London: University College London Press, 2016).
    6. Fae Brauer, “Becoming Animal: Charles Darwin and Modernist Monkey Business”, Evolutionary Theory and Visual Culture: The Darwin Effect, eds. Michael Dorsch and Jean van Exel Evans (London and New York: Routledge, 2016).
    7. Fae Brauer, “Queens of Strength”:  Bodybuilding The New Woman”, Building the Body Beautiful:  Modern Art, Vitalist Cultures and the Fitness Imperative, ed. Fae Brauer (The MIT Press, 2017).
    8. Fae Brauer, “Contesting “Le Corps Militaire”: Antimilitarism, Pacifism and ‘Le douanier’ Rousseau’s ‘La Guerre’”, Rewriting Post-Impressionism:  Essays in Honour of Vojtĕch Jirat-Wasiutyński, ed. Anthea Callen (Hampshire, UK; Vermont, USA:  Ashgate Publishing, 2017).
    Published
    9. Fae Brauer, “Magnetic Modernism: František Kupka's Mesmeric Abstraction and Anarcho-Cosmic Utopia”, ‘Rationalism and Redemption’, Utopia: The Avant-Garde, Modernism and (Im)possible Life, EAM book series, eds. David Ayers, Benedikt Hjartarson, Tomi Huttunen and Harri Veivo, European Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies (Berlin & Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015; ISBN 978-3-11-042709-7; e-ISBN (PDF) 978-3-11-043478-1; e-ISBN (EPUB) 978-3-11-043300-5; ISSN 1869-3393) pp. 123-153.
    10. Fae Brauer, “Intimate Vibrations: Inventing the Dream Bedroom”, Chapter Two, Designing the French Interior: The Modern Home and and Mass Media, eds. Anca I. Lasc, Georgina Downey and Mark Taylor (London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2015 ISBN: HB 978-0-8578-5659-3; ePDF 978-0-8578-5783-5; ePUB: 978-0-8578-5779-8) pp. 13-29.
    11. Fae Brauer, “Turquet's 'Turkey': Ending the Salon”, The Paris Fine Art Salon / Le Salon, 1791-1881, eds. James Kearns and Alister Mill, French Studies of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Brussels, Frankfurt an Main, New York, Wien: Peter Lang, 2015) ISSN 1422-7320; ISBN 978-3-0343-1778-8; ISBN 978-3-0353-0731-3) pp. 399-420.
    12. Fae Brauer, “Becoming Simian: Devolution as Evolution in Transformist Modernism”, Chapter Seven, Picturing Evolution and Extinction: Degeneration and Regeneration in Modern Visual Culture, eds. Fae Brauer and Serena Keshavjee (Lady Stephenson Library, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015; ISBN (10): 1-4438-7253-9; ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-7253-9) pp. 127-156.
    13. Fae Brauer, “The Janus Face of Evolution: Degeneration, Devolution and Extinction in the Anthropocene”, Introduction, Picturing Evolution and Extinction: Degeneration and Regeneration in Modern Visual Culture, eds. Fae Brauer and Serena Keshavjee (Lady Stephenson Library, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015; ISBN (10): 1-4438-7253-9; ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-7253-9) pp. xv-xlii.
    14. Fae Brauer, “Pablo Picasso: Painting as an Instrument for Attack and Defence against the Enemy”, Encyclopedia of Modernism, ed. Stephen Ross et al (London and New York: Routledge, 2016).
    15. Fae Brauer, “Orphism: Feeling Modern Energies and Vibrant Sensations”, Encyclopedia of Modernism, ed. Stephen Ross et al (London and New York: Routledge, 2016).
    16. Fae Brauer, “Wild Beasts and Tame Primates:  “Le douanier” Rousseau’s Dream of Darwin’s Evolution”, Chapter 8, The Arts of Evolution: Charles Darwin and Visual Cultures, eds. Fae Brauer and Barbara Larson (Dartmore: The University Press of New England, 2009) (ISBN 978-1-58465-775-0) pp. 194-225.
    17. Fae Brauer, “Framing Darwin:  A Portrait of Eugenics”, Chapter 5, The Arts of Evolution: Charles Darwin and Visual Cultures, eds. Fae Brauer and Barbara Larson (Dartmore:  The University Press of New England, 2009) (ISBN 978-1-58465-775-0) pp. 124-154.
    18. Fae Brauer, "The Transparent Body:  Biocultures of Evolution, Eugenics and Scientific Racism", Chapter Six in A History of Visual Culture:  Western Civilization from the 18th to the 21st Century, eds. Jane Kromm and Susan Benforado Bakewell, Berg:  Oxford International Publishers, 2009, pp. 89-103 (ISBN 978 1 84520 493 9 (cloth); 978 1 84520 492 1 (paper).
    19. Fae Brauer, The Stigmata of Abjection: Degenerate Limbs, Hysterical Skin and The Tattooed Body, Chapter Twelve, A History of Visual Culture:  Western Civilization from the 18th to the 21st Century, eds. Jane Kromm and Susan Benforado Bakewell, Berg:  Oxford International Publishers, 2009 pp. 169-185 (ISBN 978 1 84520 493 9 (cloth); 978 1 84520 492 1 (paper).
    20. Fae Brauer, “One Friday at the French Artists’ Salon:  Pompiers and Official Artists at the ‘Coup de Cubisme’”, Chapter Two, Pompiers and Official Artists, Traditional Art in France, 1900-1960, eds. Natalie Adamson and Toby Norris (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009) (ISBN (10): 1-4438-1361-3; ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-1361-7) pp. 51-84.
    21. Fae Brauer, “Eroticizing Lamarckian Eugenics: The Body Stripped Bare during French Sexual Neoregulation”, Chapter Three, Art, Sex and Eugenics:  Corpus Delecti, eds. Fae Brauer and Anthea Callen (Hampshire, UK and Burlington, USA: Ashgate Publishing, 2008) (ISBN 978-0-7546-5827-6) pp. 97-138.
    22. Fae Brauer, “Making the Eugenic Body Delectable: Art, ‘Biopower’ and ‘Scientia Sexualis’”, Introduction, Art, Sex and Eugenics:  Corpus Delecti, eds. Fae Brauer and Anthea Callen (Hampshire, UK and Burlington, USA: Ashgate Publishing, 2008) pp. 1-34 (ISBN 978-0-7546-5827-6) pp. 1-34.
    23. Fae Brauer, “De la rationalisation d'Éros:  Le fléau d'Onan, l'impératif de procréation et les automates sexuels de Duchamp”, Chapter Eight, Marcel Duchamp et l’érotisme (Dijon: Les presses du réel, 2008) pp. 139-163.
    24. Fae Brauer, “Rationalizing Eros: The ‘Plague of Onan’, the Procreative Imperative and Duchamp’s Sexual Automatons”, Part Two: Encounters, Marcel Duchamp and Eroticism, ed. Marc Décimo, English edition (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007, pp. 126-148.
    25. Fae Brauer, “Dégénéréscence”, Dictionnaire du corps, ed. Michela Marzano (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2007) ISBN 2 13 055058 4; pp. 278-285.
    26. Fae Brauer, “Biopouvoir”, Dictionnaire du corps, ed. Michela Marzano (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2007) ISBN 2 13 055058 4; pp. 137-140.
    27. Fae Brauer, “Bodybuilding”, Dictionnaire du corps, ed. Michela Marzano (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2007) ISBN 2 13 055058 4; pp. 144-150.
    28. Fae Brauer, “Le duo dangereux:  «L’homme normal» et le corps dégénéré au temps de eugénisme”, Représentations du corps.  Le biologique et le vécu.  Normes et normalité, eds. Gilles Boëtsch, Nicole Chapuis-Lucciani, Dominique Chevé, Jean-Pierre Albert, (Nancy: Presses Universitaires de Nancy, 2006) ISBN ISBN 2864809370 - ISBN-13 9782864809371; pp. 94-112.
    29. Fae Brauer, “Dangerous Doubles:  Degenerate and Regenerate Body Photography in the Eugenic Imagination”, Part Four, Image and Imagination, ed. Martha Langford (Montréal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2005) pp. 91-102.
    30. Fae Brauer, “Les doubles dangereux:  La photographie du corps dégénéré et du corps régénéré”, Partie à quatre, Image et Imagination, ed. Martha Langford (Montréal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2005) pp. 91-102.
    31. Fae Brauer, “Le duo dangereux:  “L’homme normal” et le corps dégénéré”, Chapître 8, Corps biologique et corps vécu : du corps affecté au corps agissant, Anthropologie des Représentations du corps (Marseille, CNRS: Éditions La Découverte, 2004) pp. 61-77.
    32. Fay Brauer, “Commercial Spies and Cultural Invaders:  The French Press, Pénétration Pacifique and Xenophobic Nationalism in the Shadow of War”, Printed Matters:  Printing, Publishing and Urban Culture in Europe in the Modern Period, eds. Malcolm Gee and Tim Kirk (Hampshire, UK and Burlington, USA: Ashgate Publishing, 2002) pp. 105-132.

    ARTICLES
    Awaiting Publication

    1. Fay Brauer, “Virilizing Inversion: Queering Body Culture after the Wilde Trials”, Exploring Queer Cultures and Lifestyles, 1885-1967, eds. Reina Lewis and Andrew Stephenson, British Journal of Visual Culture, May 2017.
    2. Fae Brauer, “The Pasted Paper Devolution:  Sexual Degeneration and Neoregulation in the Cubist Papier-Collés”, Art Bulletin, 2018.
    Published
    2. Fae Brauer, “The Einstein Eclipse: The Paradigmatic Fourth Dimension in Modern Art Before and After Relativity”, Art History (Vol. 39, Iss. 1 February 2016) pp. 182-188.
    3. Fae Brauer, “L’Art Eugénique:  Biopower and the Biocultures of Regeneration”, in Genetics and French Culture, eds. Louise Lyle and Douglas Morrey, L’Esprit Créateur (The John Hopkins University Press, Vol. 52, No. 2, Summer 2012) pp. 42-58 (ISSN 0014-0767).
    4. Fae Brauer, “Contesting “Le Corps Militaire”:  Antimilitarism, Pacifism, Anarcho-Communism and 'Le Douanier' Rousseau's La Guerre”, New Directions in Neo-Impressionism, eds. Anne Dymond and Tania Woloshyn, RIHA Journal of the International Association of Research Institutes in the History of Art, Special Issue, July 2012, 0048 (ISSN/EISSN: 21903328).
    5. Fae Brauer, “Rupturing Versailles:  Joana Vasconcelos’s Disembodiment, Feminisation and Kitsch", Art and Australia (Vol.50, No. 2, Summer 2012; ISSN 0004-301) pp. 268-277.
    6. Fae Brauer, “The Politics of Exhibiting Picasso: An Interview with the President of the Musée National Picasso, Anne Baldassari”, Art in Australia (Vol. 49, No. 2, Summer 2011), pp. 230-236.
    7. Fae Brauer, “‘Moral Girls’ and ‘Filles Fatales’:  The Fetishization of Innocence”, The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art (Volume 10, Number 1, 2010) pp. 123-144.
    8. Fae Brauer, “Picture Imperfect:  Photography and Eugenics, 1870-1940”, Visual Resources: An International Journal of Documentation, University of Oregan, Volume XXVI, Number 1, June 2010, pp. 196-207.
    9. Fae Brauer, “The Sado-Masochism of Invention: Marcel Duchamp’s Ironic Inversions of Jules Amar’s Human Motor”, Janus Magazine, Brussels, Fall-Winter Issue, No. 14, 2008 (launch 8 November 2008 at Artissima Art Fair, Turin).
    10. Fae Brauer, “Pursuing the Heteroclitic: The Musée d’Orsay twenty years on”, The Journal of Nineteenth Century Visual Cultures, Fall Issue, 2008.
    11. Fay Brauer, “Flaunting Manliness: Republican Masculinity, Virilized Homosexuality and the Desirable Male Body”, ‘Masculinities’, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art (Volume 6, Number 1, 2005) pp. 23-42.
    12. Fay Brauer, “Bulging Buttocks”:  Picturing Virile Homosexuality and the ‘Manly Man’, in Masculinities:  Gender, Art and Popular Culture, Ian Potter Centre, E-Publications, Melbourne, November 2004 (unpaginated)
    13. Fay Brauer, “Bulging Buttocks”:  Picturing Virile Homosexuality and the ‘Manly Man’, ATS Hub, University of Melbourne, October 2004.
    14. Fay Brauer, “Eradicating Difference: The Bioethics of Imaging ‘Degeneracy’ and Exhibiting Eugenics”, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art: “Art and Ethics”,  (Vol.1, 2004) pp. 139-166.
    15. Fae Brauer, “Representing ‘Le Moteur Humain’:  Chronometry, Chronophotography, ‘The Art of Work’ and the ‘Taylored Body’”, Visual Resources:  An International Journal of Documentation (University of Oregan, Volume XIX, Number 2, June 2003) pp. 83-106.
    16. Fay Brauer, ‘The Darwin/ist of Art History’, Art History (Volume 26, No. 4, 2003) pp. 592-598.
    17. Fay Brauer, “The Darwin of Art History:  E. H. Gombrich”, The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art (Vol. 4, No. 1, 2003) pp. 108-116.
    18. Fay Brauer, “Writing French Art Histories of Dissension in the Shadow of Vichy”, Art History (Volume 25, Number 2, July 2002) pp. 398-405.
    19. Fay Brauer, “Hegelian History, Wölfflinean Periodization and ‘Smithesque Modernism’”, Art History (Volume 24, Number 2, July 2001) pp. 449-456.
    20. Fay Brauer, “Crossing Disciplines and Cubism”, Art History (Vol. 24, No. 1, March 2001) pp. 187-206.
    21. Fay Brauer, “An Horizon is both pictorial and strategic:  The Geopolitics of Land and Landscape”, Australian Journal of Art, “Colonizing the Country”, Volume XII, 1994-1995.
    22. Fay Brauer and Candice Bruce, Colonizing the Country:  Introduction, Colonizing the Country, Australian Journal of Art, Volume XII 1994-1995.
    23. Fay Brauer, And love a fantasy breastfeeding our sexuality, Facing Mortality, Artlink, Contemporary Art Journal, Vol. 14, No. 4, Summer 1994-1995.
    24. Fay Brauer, The Art(s) of Political Correctness, Artlink, Contemporary Art Journal, Vol. 14, No. 3, Spring 1994.
    25. Fay Brauer, "In my art I try to give fear a face" : Paula Rego”, Art and Australia, September 1993.
    26. Fay Brauer, “The Sleep of Reason begets Monsters:  Bonita Ely”, Eyeline, May 1993.
    27. Fay Brauer, The Bricoleur - The Borderico - The Postcolonial Boundary Rider, AGENDA : Contemporary Art Magazine, Issue 29, March 1993.
    28. Fay Brauer, The Bricoleur, the Borderico and the Boundary Rider, Art Monthly, U.K., No 163, February 1993.
    29. Fay Brauer, Nature/Nurture/Culture, Art Monthly, Australia and International, Issue No. 56, December 1992-February 1993.
    30. Fay Brauer, BERLIN-BERLIN:  The Art of Post-Unification Exchange, Art Monthly, Australia and International, Issue No. 55, November 1992.
    31. Fay Brauer, Sour Grapes or Just Grandstanding? Art Monthly, Australia and International, Issue No.54, October 1992.
    32. Fay Brauer, Diaro per una vita nuova:  Futures Past, Eyeline, No. 14, Autumn 1991
    33. Fay Brauer and Sue Rowley, “Representing Heterosexual Identities and New French Feminisms”, University of Western Sydney Art Journal, Issue No. 2, 1990.
    34. Fay Brauer, “Illusions and Exclusions”, Art Monthly, Australia and International, Issue No. 16, November 1988.
    35. Fay Brauer and Amanda Weate, “Whitewashing the Arts”, Art Monthly, Australia and International, Issue No. 15, October 1988.
    36. Fay Brauer, “The Spectacle of the Venice Biennale”, Art Monthly, Australia and International, Issue No. 14, September 1987.
    37. Fay Brauer, “Cubism and its Enemies”, Art Monthly, U.K., Number 119, September 1988.
    38. Fay Brauer, “Picasso chez rue de la Boëtie”, Art Monthly, Australia and International, Issue No. 13, August 1988.
    39. Fay Brauer, “Education and the Postmodern Condition”, Art Monthly, Australia and International, Issue No. 6, March 1988.
    40. Fay Brauer, “From one into the other: Janet Laurence”, Art Monthly, Australia and International, Issue No. 2, August 1987.
    41. Fay Brauer, “The Politics of Art Education”, Art Monthly, Australia and International, Issue No. 1, July 1987.
    42. Fay Brauer, “The Synchronicity of Connection”, Art Network, Issue No. 28, Summer 1987.
    43. Fay Brauer, “The Banana Banale”, Art Monthly, U.K., Number 101, November 1986.
    44. Fay Brauer and Pat Simpson, “Socialist Realism Renewed”, Art Monthly, U.K., Number 93, February 1986.
    45. Fay Brauer, “Art and Politics at Rochdale”, Art Monthly, U.K., Number 92, December/January 1986.
    46. Fay Brauer, “Tate Sponsorship” (lead article), Art Monthly, U.K., Number 91, November 1985, pp. 2-4.
    47. Fay Brauer, “Evelyn Williams”, Art Monthly, U.K., Number 90, October 1985.
    48. Fay Brauer, “More Notes on Cubism, War and Labour”, Art Monthly, U.K., Number 88, July/August 1985.
    49. Fay Brauer and Pat Simpson, “Tolly Cobbald:  A Shrine to tastemaking within just another shopping precinct?”, Artscribe, Number 53, July-August 1985.
    50. Fay Brauer, “What Price Art Sponsorship?”, Art Monthly, U.K., Number 88, July/August 1985.
    51. Fay Brauer, “Art in Aspic:  A Man-made Preservative?”, POLEMICS, Art Monthly, U.K., Number 87, June 1985.

    EDITED JOURNALS 
       
    “Colonizing the Country:  In Memoriam:  Ian Burn”, Australian Journal of Art, Volume XII, 1994-1995.

    CATALOGUE ESSAYS
    1. Fae Brauer, Anthropocene, Staff Exhibition, AVA Gallery, University of East London, Docklands Campus, April 2016.
    2. Fae Brauer, Circulation and Respiration: Lisa Jones' Body Circuits and Breathing Cities, Exhibition, Lisa Jones, Invisible Cities, Conny Dietzschold Gallery, Sydney and Cologne, 2013 (ISBN 978-0--9803315-7-8).
    3. Fae Brauer, The Cultures of Dissection: Kate Scardifield's Women Wielding the Knife, Exhibition, The Whole and the Sum of its Parts, Kate Scardifield, MOP Projects, 2010 (ISBN 978-1-921661-136)
    4. Fae Brauer, Four Seasons: Vivian Van Blerk, La galerie Beckel Odille Boïcos, Paris, June 2006
    5. Fae Brauer, Burnt Offerings, Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris, June 2006
    6. Fay Brauer, From Cézanne’s Optics to Abstraction: Lorraine Gill, Paris 2005
    7. Fay Brauer, “The Sexed Body: The Great Danger”, With and Without You: Revisitations of Art in the Age of AIDS, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney, October-November 2002.
    8. Fay Brauer, “At the still point of the turning world:  Melissa Coote’s Timeless Feminine”, Melissa Coote:  Fault Line, Mori Gallery, Sydney, August-September 2002.
    9. Fay Brauer, “Forging a new ‘School of Paris’: Chez la Cité des Arts”, ‘Paris Days’ Exhibition, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, The University of New South Wales, March-April 2002.
    10. Fay Brauer, “The Sublime and the Strange, Malcolm Poole’s Aerial Art”, Malcolm Poole: Paintings, Australia House Exhibition, London, May 2001.
    11. Fay Brauer, “Inversion/Subversion”, The Viaduct Project, New South Wales Government Ministry for the Arts, 1995-1996
    12. Fay Brauer, “Body Language: The Body as a Language”, Catalogue, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, March-April, 1993; translated into French for 1994 Exhibition, Union des Femmes Peintres et Sculpteurs, Grand-Palais, Paris, 1994
    14. Fay Brauer, The Art of Installation, Ivan Dougherty Gallery Catalogue, March 1989.

    CONFERENCE PAPERS 1997-2016
    1. Fae Brauer, The Modernist Studies Association (MSA) European Conference, Amsterdam, May 2017
    2. Fae Brauer, Modernism, Occultism and Science, Convenors Fae Brauer and Linda Dalrymple Henderson, College Art Association (CAA) 105th Annual Conference, New York, 15-18 February 2017.
    3. Fae Brauer, “Aestheticizing Muscle: Modernism, Eugenics and La Culture Physique”, Modernism’s Physiological Aesthetics, Convenors Professor Bob Brain and Professor Robin Veder, The Modernist Studies Association (MSA) Annual Conference, Claremont Graduate University and Pomona College, Pasadena, 17-20 November 2016.
    4. Fae Brauer, “Mesmeric Performativity: Neo-Magneticists, Hypnotic Bodies and “l’art inconscient”, Magnetic Modernism and Scientific Spiritualism: Science, Occultism, and the Arts in the 19th and 20th Centuries, The Society for Literature, Science and the Arts (SLSA) 30th Annual Conference, Creativity, Atlanta, GA, 2-6 November 2016.
    5. Fae Brauer, “”Une secte mystérieuse”: Cubism, Hermeticism and Neo-Mallarméism”, Rethinking Modern Art and Occultism, International Sarabianov Congress of Art Historians on «The History of Art and 'Rejected Knowledge': from the Hermetic Tradition to the 21st Century», University of St. Petersburg, October, 2016.
    6. Fae Brauer, “Controlling Extinction: Ecological Intervention, Transspeciation and Patricia Piccinini’s Transgenic Species”, The Life Stream: Control, European Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, Geoscience Building, Stockholm University, 14-17 June 2016.
    7. Fae Brauer, “Primate Visions: Modernist Monkey Business and Interspecies Relationality”, University of Bristol Modernist Studies Research Seminar, Convenor Professor Dorothy Price, 26 April 2016.
    8. Fay Brauer, “Confronting Evolution: Superevolution and Transspeciation in Patricia Piccinini’s Transgenic Species”, At the World’s End: Contemporary Art, Visual Culture and Extinction Studies, Convenor Andrés Rosero, 42nd Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, University of Edinburgh, 7-9 April 2016.
    9. Fay Brauer, “Virilizing Homosexuality: Queering Body Cultures after the Wilde Trials”, Queer Cultures and Lifestyles in the Creative Arts, 1885-1967, Convenors, Reina Lewis and Andrew Stephenson, London College of the Arts, University of the Arts, 12 March 2016.
    10. Fay Brauer, “Unleashing Hypersensory Subjectivity: Modernists, Magnetists and Hypnotic Bodies”, Mapping the Olfactory: Modernist Representations of the Body and Sensory Aesthetics, Convenor, Professor Yuko Ito, Chubu University, Japan; Institute of English Studies School of Advanced Study, University of London, Senate House, 10 March 2016.
    11. Fae Brauer, “Mesmeric Performativity: Neo-Magnetism, Hyper Sensory Subjectivity and l’art inconscient”, Sensory Modernism(s): Cultures of Perception, Convenors Georgina Binnie, Daniel Kielty, Andrew Moore and Crispian Neill, University of Leeds, 11-12 December 2015.
    12. Fae Brauer, “Becoming Simian: Modernism’s Challenge to the Anthropocene”, Culture, Memory and Extinction, Convenors Dr Lucy Bond (Westminster), Dr Rick Crownshaw (Goldsmiths), Dr Jessica Rapson (King's College London), The Natural History Museum, Flett Theatre, 11 December 2015.
    6. Fae Brauer, “Performing Biopouvoir: Producing Docile Bodies in the Fitness Industry”, Performing Foucault in the Twentieth Century, convenors Lucille Toth and Claire Nettleton, University of California Claremont McKenna College Garrison Theater, 13 November 2015.
    7. Fae Brauer, “Evolving Androgynous Astrobodies: Hélène Dufau’s Occult Transformism”, Theosophy and the Arts: Texts and Contexts of Modern Enchantment, Convenors Gauri Viswanathan, James Mansell and Marco Pasi, Columbia University Kellogg Conference Center, New York, 9-11 October 2015.
    8. Fae Brauer, “Mesmeric Modernism: František Kupka’s Magnetic Waves and Vibrating Abstractions”, Energies in the Arts, Conference Convenor, Douglas Kahn, National Institute of Experimental Arts and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 13-15 August 2015.
    9. Fae Brauer, “Performing Biopouvoir: Body Culture, Scientia Sexualis and Eugenics”, Theatre, Performance, Foucault, Convenors Kélina Gotman, Tony Fisher and Eve Katsouraki, Theatre and Performing Research Association, King’s College London, 4 July 2015.
    10. Fae Brauer, “Primate Visions: Modernist Monkey Business”, Transcending Boundaries, Convenor Professor John Strawson, University of East London Annual Research Conference, Sports Dock Docklands, 24 June 2015.
    11. Fae Brauer, “Unmasking the Modernist Field of Cultural Production: Louis Vauxcelles’ Critical Historiographies”, Expanding Perspectives in the Study of Art Historiography, Convenors Hays Hayden and Charlotta Krispinsson, Nordik 2015: Mapping Uncharted Territories, The 11th Triannual Nordik Committee for Art History, University of Iceland and the Nordic House, Reykavik, 13-16 May 2015.
    12. Fay Brauer, “Imagining Dangerous Doubles: Degenerate and Regenerate Body in Karl Pearson’s Modern Eugenics”; Conference Session: Evolutionary Imaginaries: Science and Ideology in Modern Culture, Convenor, Annabelle Pollen; Conference: Being Modern: Science and Culture in the Early Twentieth Century, Convenor, Robert Budd, Science Museum and Institute of Historical Research, University of London, 22-25 April 2015.
    13. Fae Brauer, “Theosophizing Evolutionism: Modernism and Occult Transformism”, Conference Session: Modernism, Occultism and Evolutionism, convenors Fae Brauer and Linda Dalrymple Henderson, Association of Art Historians 40th Annual Conference, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art, University of East Anglia, 9-11 April 2015.
    14. Fae Brauer, “Dealing with Cubism: Kahnweiler's Perilous Internationalism”, The Art of the Deal: Dealers and the Global Art Market from 1860 to 1940, Convenors, Lynn Catterto and Charlotte Vignon, College Art Association 103rd Annual Conference, New York, 11-14 February 2015.
    14. Fae Brauer, “Astrobiology and the Third Gender: Hélène Dufau's Occult Transformism”, “Les Intermédiares”: Utopies du troisième genre dans les arts visuels du passage du siècle (1880/1920), Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art Salle Vasari, Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris, 9-10 December 2014.
    15. Fae Brauer, “Becoming Le moteur human: The Art of Work and The Taylored Body”, The Body as Machine, Convenor, Andrea Killen, History of Science Society Annual Conference (HSS), The University of Chicago, November 2014.
    16. Fae Brauer, "L'élément fluid": Magnetism, Radioactivity and Hélène Dufau's Transformism", Modern Art, Science and Occultism I: Transformist Aesthetics and Neo-Lamarckism, Convenors, Fae Brauer and Serena Keshavjee, Fluid, The Society for Literature, Science and the Arts 28th Annual Conference, University of Dallas, Texas, 9-12 October 2014.
    17. Fae Brauer, “Magnetic Modernism: Frantisek Kupka's Mesmeric Abstraction and the Revolution of Consciousness”, “Utopia”, Fourth Biannual Conference of the European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies, Utopias of Abstract Art, Session Convenor, Isabel Wünsche, University of Helsinki, Finland, 29-31 August 2014.
    16. Fay Brauer, “Imagining Transplantation and Transspeciation: Patricia Piccinini's Transgenic Art”, Research and Development Conference, Convenor Andrew Stephenson, University of East London, Docklands Campus, 25 June 2014.
    17. Fae Brauer, “Punitive Spectacles: The Sadistic Art of Écorché”, The Sculpture of the Écorché, Convenor, Rebecca Wade, Henry Moore Institute, University of Leeds, 7 June 2014; Chair of Session, The Sculpture of the Écorché, Henry Moore Institute, University of Leeds, 7 June 2014.
    18. Fae Brauer, "Dangerous Doubles: Paul Richer's Museums of Pathological Sculpture and 'Nouvelle Anatomie Artistique'", Collect, Exchange, Display: Artistic Practice and the Medical Museum, Convenors, Mary Hunter, McGill University, and Natasha Ruiz-Gómez, University of Essex; The Hunterian Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, 6 June 2014.
    19. Fae Brauer, "Primate Visions: Modernist Monkey Business", Animal Encounters: Performance, Animality & Posthumanism, Convenors Jen Parker-Starbuck, University of Roehampton, Eve Katsouraki, University of East London, and Tony Fisher, Central School of Speech and Drama, University of Roehampton Centre of Performing Arts Development, 31 May 2014.
    20. Fae Brauer, "Artists as Geneticists: Evolutionism, Transspeciation and Transgenic Art", Art Talk : Critical Dialogue, Convenor Simeon Lockhart Nelson, University of Hertfordshire School of Creative Arts, Hatfield, 26 November 2013.
    21. Fae Brauer, "Perilous Internationalism: Cubism, les artistes étrangers and the Salon d'Automne", Passages à Paris : Les Artistes étrangers à Paris de la fin du XIXe à nos jours, Institut National de l'histoire d'art (INHA), Paris, 6-9 November 2013
    22. Fae Brauer, "Hypnotic Dancing:  Performing Art, Parapsychology and Psychic Theosophy", Enchanted Modernities: Theosophy, Modernism and the Arts, c. 1875-1960, Convenor, Marco Pasi, University of Amsterdam and Sarah V. Turner, University of York, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 25-27 September 2013 (recorded).
    23. Fae Brauer, "Turquet's Turkey":  Ending the Salon", The Paris Fine Art Salon, 1791-1881, Convenor, James Kearns, University of Exeter, 4-6 September 2013.
    24. Fae Brauer, “Imagining Xenotransplantation and Transspeciation:  The Affect of Patricia Piccinini's Transgenic Art”, BioArt, Technologies and Biotechnologies, Convenor, Ingeborg Reichle, Humboldt-University, Berlin; Aesthetics in Action: 19th International Congress of Aesthetics, Jagellonian University in w, 21-27 July 2013.
    25. Fae Brauer, "Modernist Monkey Business:  Animal Colonies, Symbiotic Evolution and 'Le douanier' Rousseau's Primates", The Art History of the Animal, Convenor, Alastair Harden, University of Reading, 39th Annual Association of Art Historians Conference, University of Reading, 11-13 April 2013
    26. Fae Brauer, "Negotiating Xenotransplantation and Transspeciation:  Patricia Piccinini's Transgenic Art and Medicine", Art and Medicine, Reciprocal Influences, convened by Adrienne G. Klein and Patricia Olynck, College Art Association 101st Annual Conference, New York, 13-16 February 2013
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    27. Fae Brauer, "Collaboration as Utopianism:  Corbusier, Pétain and Vichy", Reassessing Corbusier in the 21st Century, The Powerhouse Museum, The University of Sydney and The University of New South Wales, 27-29 October 2012
    28. Fae Brauer, ‘Les Reines et les Rois de la Force’:  The Biocultures of Bodybuilding Republican France’, Keynote Speaker, Framing Cinema and the Visual Arts / Cadrages: cinéma et arts visuels, Australian Society for French Studies Conference XX– 2012, University of Adelaide, 27-29 September 2012
    29. Fae Brauer, "Hypnotic Dancing:  Hysteria, Hypnosis and Hallucinations", Nonhuman, Society for Science, Literature and Art 26th Annual Conference, University of Milwaukee, 27 September-1 October 2012
    30. Fae Brauer, "The Maternal Breast:  Republican Bioaesthetics, Nazi Eugenics and Avant-Garde Fascism", Perilous Relations:  Bioaesthetics and Eugenics, Conference Session, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Together-Apart, The University of Sydney and Art Gallery of New South Wales, 12-14 July 2012
    31. Fae Brauer, "Somatizing Trauma:  Performing and Reperforming Le Sacre du Printemps", "J'aime penser sur mes pieds. Danse et dessin depuis 1962":  "I love thinking on my feet". Dance and Drawing since 1962", Conference, Université de Génève, Convenors Sarah Burkhalter and Laurence Schmidlin, 31 May-1 June, 2012
    32. Fae Brauer, ‘Bouguereau’s Butter:  Lubricating the Salon des Artistes Français’, Art’s Insiders:  New Histories of Europe’s Academies, Convenors, Keren Hammerschlag and Hannah Williams, Association of Art Historians’ 38th Annual Conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, 29-31 March 2012
    33. Fae Brauer, "Promodernisme, Anticubisme : Les Débats de Lampué", Les Anti-Modernes?  Courants conservateurs dans l’art français 1900-1925, Conference convened by Laura Karp and Neil McWilliam, Institut National de l’Histoire d’Art (INHA), Salle Vasari, Galerie Colbert, 27-29 March 2012
    34. Fae Brauer, “Picasso’s Biopolitics:  Challenging Virility and the Body Beautiful”, Picasso at large:  100 years of pre-eminence, Picasso Symposium, Art Gallery of New South Wales and The Power Institute of Art History and Visual Culture, University of Sydney, March 2012
    35. Fae Brauer, Syphilizing Missions:  Picasso, Anarchist Visual Cultures and French Sexual Colonization, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Contact, Victoria University of Wellington, 8-10 December 2011 (cancelled)
    36. Fae Brauer, "Un Vendredi au Salon des Artistes Français:  The Cultural Politics of the Paris Salons", Researching Paris:  Case Studies, Convenor, Louise Lyle, University of London in Paris (ULIP), 24 November 2011
    37 Fae Brauer, "L’Art Eugénique’:  Biopower and the Biocultures of Neo-Lamarckian Eugenics", The Study of Eugenics – Past, Present and Future, Uppsala Universet, Sweden, 9-11 November 2011.
    38. Fae Brauer, "Hysterical Men:  Charcot’s ‘Virile Hysteria’ and Nijinsky’s Nervous Choreography", The Arts, Science, and Occultism, 1890s-1920s, Dancing Nerves and Etherial Energies, Convenor, Linda Dalrymple Henderson, Society for Science, Literature and Art Annual Conference, Pharmakon, University of Kitchener and Delta Hotel, Ontario, 22-25 September 2011.
    39. Fae Brauer, “Les Colonies Animales:  Edmond Perrier’s Symbiotic Evolutionary Ethics and Le ‘douanier’ Rousseau’s Primates”, The Evolution of Morality and The Morality of Evolution, Ian Ramsay Centre for Science and Religion, University of Oxford, 8-11 July 2011.
    40. Fae Brauer, “Virilizing Hysteria:  Jean Martin Charcot’s and Louise Bourgeois’ Hysterical Men”, Medical Media: The Aesthetic Language of Medical ‘Evidence’, Convenor, Tanya Woloshyn, Association of Art Historians 37th Annual Conference, University of Warwick, 31 March-2 April 2011.
    41. Fae Brauer, “Outing Hysterical Men: Republican Manhood and Jean Martin Charcot’s Virile Hysteria”, New Issues in Medical Art History, Convenor, Ludmilla Jordanova, The Centre for Humanities and Health, King’s College London, 30 March 2011 (Keynote Speaker).
    42. Fae Brauer, “Punitive Spectacles:  Dissecting the Body Live”, Bloody Bodies, Convenor, Fae Brauer, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Decodings, Convenor, Catherine Speck, University of Adelaide and Art Gallery of South Australia, 1-4 December 2010.
    43. Fae Brauer, “Les Colonies Animales:  Animal Ethics, French Solidarism and ‘Le douanier’ Rousseau’s Primates”, Animal Ethics and Representation:  Empathy, Shared Suffering and Defamiliarization, Convenor, Michaela Giesenkirchen Sawyer, Society for Literature, Science and the Arts Annual Conference, University of Indianapolis and Sheraton Hotel, Indianapolis, 28-31 October 2010.
    44. Fae Brauer, “Monkey Business:  Le ‘douanier’ Rousseau’s Dream of Darwin’s Symbiotic Evolution”, Capturing the expression of emotions in man, woman and animals, Chair, Anthony Bond, Art Gallery of New South Wales, The University of New South Wales College of Fine Arts, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand (NSW Chapter) Conference, Charles Darwin and The Art of Evolution, Conference Convenors, Fae Brauer and Anthony Bond, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 9-11 September, 2010.
    45. Fae Brauer, “Brisk and Sturdy Sons”:  Performing Eugenic Regeneration at the Congrès Internationale de l’Education Physique, Visual Physical:  Discourses on Sport and Performance Cultures, Convenor, Louise Johnson, The Douglas Knoop Centre, Humanities Research Institute, The University of Sheffield, 1-2 July 2010.
    46. Fae Brauer, Evolution and Visual Culture, The National Academy of Sciences (CPNAS) and the Center for Art and Visual Culture (University Maryland, Baltimore County), 5-14 April 2010.
    47. Fae Brauer, “Anarchism, Assassination and Carnage:  Henri Rousseau’s La Guerre’” Masterpieces Masterclass, Musée d’Orsay Post-Impressionism Symposium, National Gallery of Australia, 23 March 2010.
    48. Fae Brauer, The Pasted Paper Devolution: Health and Degeneration, Hygiene and Contamination in the Cubist Papier-Collés, in Visual Cultures of Contagion, Hygiene, and convalescence ca. 1740-1940, Convenors, Anthea Callen and Tania Woloshyn, CAA 98th Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 10-13 February 2010.
    49. Fae Brauer, One Friday at the French Artists’ Salon:  Insiders and Outsiders at the Coup of Cubism, in Networks and Networking:  Negotiating Paris, 1900-1950, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Australian National University, 27-29 November 2009
    50. Fae Brauer, “Jarry and Picasso: The Pataphysics of the Cubist Pasted-Papers”, Decodings, The Twenty-third Annual Conference of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, Georgia Tech Global Learning and Conference Center, Atlanta, 5-8 November 2009
    51. Fae Brauer, ““The inextricable web of affinities”:  Le ‘douanier’ Rousseau’s Dream of Darwin’s Evolution”, Darwin and Evolutionary Aesthetics Conference, Convenor, Professor Jeanette Hoorne, University of Melbourne, Ian Potter Foundation, 28-30 October 2009
    52. Fae Brauer, “Les Colonies Animales:  Neo-Lamarckian Evolution and ‘Le Douanier’ Rousseau’s Primates”, Fossilization and Evolution, 35th Annual Nineteenth Century French Studies Colloquium, Brigham Young University, Salt Lake City, 22-24 October 2009
    53. Fae Brauer, “Charles Darwin, Bioculture and the Fitness Imperative”, The Darwin Fest, Conveners David Attenborough, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett et al, University of Cambridge, 5-12 July 2009
    54. Fae Brauer, “L’Art Eugénique:  Biopower and the Biocultures of Regeneration”, Plenary Lecture, Genetic Science and French Culture, Convenors Douglas Morrey and Louise Lyle, Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies (IGRS), University of London, 2-3 July 2009
    55. Fae Brauer, “The Fitness Imperative:  La Culture Physique, Eugenics and the Darwinian Body”, The Art of Evolution:  Charles Darwin and Visual Cultures, Darwin200 Conference, Convenors Fae Brauer, Barbara Larson and Gavin Parkinson, The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, 1-4 July 2009
    56. Fae Brauer, Alfred Fournier and Pablo Picasso:  Cubism, Syphilography and Syphilophobia, in Crossings:  Art, Medicine, Visual Culture, Convenors Suzannah Biernoff and Claudia Stern; 35th Association of Art Historians’ Annual Conference, Intersections, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2-4 April 2009
    57. Fay Brauer, Filles Fatales:  Moral Girls’ Paedophilic Eroticism, in The Moral Body, convenor, Dr. Tom Loveday, The University of New South Wales Faculty of the Built Environment; Alpha Alpha Alpha November Zulu, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Queensland College of Art, Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, 4-6 December 2008.
    58. Fae Brauer, Hystericizing Men’s Bodies: Art, Neurology and the Transexualization of ‘Virile Hysteria’, in Art and Psychology, Convenors Michelle Facos (Indiana University) and Janet Rauscher (Indiana University), The 11th International Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas, ‘Language and the Scientific Imagination’, Language Centre, University of Helsinki, 28 July-2 August 2008.
    59. Fae Brauer, “Incriminating Evidence: Bodies, Skulls and Statistics at the Francis Galton National Eugenics Laboratory”, Bodies of Evidence, Convenors, Sabine Flach and Bergit Arends, Figurations of Knowledge, European Conference of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts (SLSA), The Centre for Literary and Cultural Research Berlin (ZfL) and Von Humboldt University, 3-7 June 2008.
    60. Fae Barbara Brauer, “Inverting Scientific Invention:  Marcel Duchamp’s Travesty of Chronophotography and Ergonometry”, Incredible Inventions:  On Discoveries in Art and Science, Convenors, Hans de Wolf (Free University of Brussels, VUB) and Wouter Davidts (Ghent University), Locations:  The Museum, the Academy and the Studio, 34th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Tate Britain and Tate Modern, London, 2-4 April 2008.
    61. Fae Barbara Brauer, “A Collision Course:  Nineteenth-Century Visual Cultures in the Academy and the Musée d’Orsay”, Museums, the Academy and the Studio, Convenor, Martin Myrone (Tate Britain), Locations:  The Museum, the Academy and the Studio, 34th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Tate Britain and Tate Modern, London, 2-4 April 2008.
    62. Fae Brauer, “Outing Hysterical Men:  The Art and Neurology of Male Hysteria”, Art and Science in the Nineteenth Century, Convenor Barbara Larson, AHNCA Session, College Art Association 96th Annual Conference, Dallas-Fort Worth, 20-23 February 2008.
    63. Fae Brauer, “Virile Hysteria and Republican Manhood:  Charcot, Art and the Outing of Hysterical Men”, Journeys into Madness: Representing Mental Illness in the Arts and Sciences, 1850-1930, Convenors, Gemma Blackshaw and Sabine Wieber, University of Plymouth and Wellcome Trust, 11-12 October 2007.
    64. Fae Brauer, “Contesting Woman’s Body:  Women Modernists, French Feminists and Lamarckian Eugenics”, Contesting the Body:  Art, Sexualities and Biogenetics, in Contestations:  33rd Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Convenors, Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes, Kerstin Mey, Allison Rowley, Liam Kelly, University of Ulster, Belfast, 12-14 April 2007.
    65. Fae Brauer, Rationalizing Eros: Hyperregulation, ‘Rational Procreation’ and Duchamp’s Sexual Automatons, in Reinventing the Medium, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University, 7-9 December 2006.
    66. Fae Brauer, Modernism as Devolution: Gombrich, Darwin and Darwinism, in Art History and Evolution, Convenor, Isabel Wünsche, University of Bremen, Evolution in Science, Literature and Art, The Twentieth Annual Conference of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, New York University, 5-11 November 2006.
    67. Fae Brauer, “Virilizing Masculinities: Lamarckism, Cubism and Gustave Courtois’s “Kings of Strength”, Darwinism and its Discontents: Art and Evolutionist Controversies for Evolution in Science, Literature and Art, The Twentieth Annual Conference of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, New York University, 5-11 November 2006.
    68. Fae Brauer, “Body Phantasies: Physical Cultural Photography in the Eugenicized Imagination”, Imaging the Body, Close Encounters: Science, Literature, Art, The 4th Biannual Meeting of the Society for Science, Literature, and the Arts, Universiteitstheater, Amsterdam, 13-16 June 2006.
    69. Fae Brauer, “La Grande Bataille”:  The ‘Official’ Salons, the Salon d’Automne and the Politicisation of Cubism”, Academics, Pompiers, Official Artists and the Arrière-garde:  Traditional Art in France, 1900-1960, College Art Association 94th Annual Conference, Boston, 22-25 February 2006.
    70. Fae Brauer, “Rationalizing Eros: Marcel’s Sexual Automatons and the Procreative Imperative”, Marcel Duchamp et l’érotisme, Maître de conferences, Marc Décimo, Faculté des Lettres et Sciences humaines, Université d’Orléans, and the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Orléans, 7-9 December 2005.
    71. Fae Brauer, “The Upright Breast:  Maillol, Puericulture and Lamarckian Eugenics”, Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Art and Science: Emergent Systems, Cognitive Environments, The Nineteenth Annual Conference of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, Site Convenor, Joseph Tabbi, University of Illinois at Chicago, 10-13 November 2005.
    72. Fae Brauer, “Policing Eros: ‘Rational Procreation’ and Marcel Duchamp’s Sexual Automatons”, Guest Speaker, Interdisciplinary Art Histories, Convenors Patricia Leighten and Mark Antliff, Duke University, North Carolina, 27 October 2005.
    73. Fae Brauer, “Policing Eros:Marcel Duchamp’s Sexual Automatons and ‘Rational Procreation’ in Twentieth Century France”, New Histories of Art, Convenor, Linda Dalrymple Henderson, David Brute Professor in the History of Art, University of Texas at Austin, 20 October 2005.
    74. Fae Brauer, “Body Phantasy: Degenerate and Regenerate Bodies in the Eugenicized Imagination”, Keynote Speaker, Image and Imagination Biennale of Montréal Conference; Le mois de la photo à Montréal Conference, Université du Québec and the Canadian Centre for Architecture, 22-23 September 2005.
    75. Fae Brauer, “Eroticizing Eugenics: French Bio-Art, Neo-Lamarckism and the Genetic Gaze”, Corpus Delecti: Aesthetics, Eugenics and the Sexed Body, Convenors Fae Brauer and Anthea Callen; Conception-Reception, Convenor, Ed Lilley, 31st Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, University of Bristol, 31 March-2 April 2005.
    76. Fay Brauer, “The daughter’s seduction”:  Picturing ‘blessed innocence” and paedophilic eroticism”, Present Pasts – Present Futures, Convenors, Leonard Bell and Erin Griffey, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, The University of Auckland, 1-3 December 2004.
    77. Fae Brauer, “Le duo dangereux :  «L'homme normal» et le corps dégénéré”, Keynote Speaker, «Corps biologique et corps vécu:  du corps affecté au corps agissant», Ecole Thématique du GDR 2322, Université de La Méditerranée, 6-9 October 2004.
    78. Fay Brauer, “Bulging Buttocks”: Picturing Virile Homosexuality and the ‘Manly Man’”; Masculinities: Gender, Art and Popular Culture, The University of Melbourne and The Ian Potter Museum of Art, 1-2 October 2004.
    79. Fae Brauer, “Sadism, Surveillance and the New Sciences: Amar’s ‘Moteur Humain’ and Duchamp’s ‘Mecamorphism’”; Conversation: Enacting New Synergies in Arts and Sciences, Third Society for Science, Literature and Art European Conference, Co-Convenors, Yves Abrioux and Noëlle Batt, Université de Paris 8 and Cité Internationale Universitaire, 23-26 June 2004.
    80. Fae Brauer, “Feminizing Muscle: Bodybuilding the New Woman”, Histories of Gender, Session Convenors, Sarah Cheang and Meaghan Clarke, University of Sussex; 30th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians at the University of Nottingham, 1-4 April 2004.
    81. Fae Brauer, “The Aporia of Photographing Abjection: Charcot’s ‘Nouvelle Iconographie de la Salpêtrière”, Photography and the Abject; Session Convenor, Laurie Dahlberg, Bard College; College Art Association 92nd Annual Conference, Seattle, 18-22 February, 2004.
    82. Fay Brauer, “Performing “the love that dare not speak its name”: Homosocial Masquerades in ‘Paris-Sodom’”, The Homoerotic Secret, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Australian National University, National Gallery of Australia and National Portrait Gallery, 5-6 December 2003.
    83. Fae Brauer, “Keeping Time:  Taylor’s Schmidt, Braque’s ‘Portuguese’ and Amar’s ‘Art of Work’”, Society for Science, Literature and Art 17th Annual Conference, Rethinking Space and Time across Science, Literature and the Arts, Co-Convenors, Bruce Clarke and Linda Dalrymple Henderson, University of Texas at Austin, 23-26 October 2003.
    84. Fay Brauer, “Eradicating Difference: The Bioethics of Imaging and Exhibiting Eugenics”, Ethics and Aesthetics Conference, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand (New South Wales Chapter) Art Gallery of New South Wales, 19-20 September 2003.
    85. Fae Brauer, “Narrating the Secret: Salon Paedophilia and Homoerotic Fantasies”, The Visual Narrative, Conference Session Convenor, Lorettann D. Gascard, ARTiculations, 29th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians at the University of London, Convenors, Tag Gronberg and Helen Weston, 10-13 April 2003.
    86. Fay Brauer, “Masochism, Sadism and the Human Motor: Sacher-Masoch’s ‘Furs’ and Jules Amar’s ‘Art of Work’”, Disciplining the Body, Conference Session, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Art Gallery of New South Wales and Artspace, 6-7 December 2002.
    87. Fay Brauer, “Suppressing Sex/Policing Desire: AIDS and Neo –Regulationism”, Re-Visitations of art in the age of AIDS Symposium, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney, November 2002.
    88. Fay Brauer, “The Persistence of Institutional Power: The French State, the Academy and Official Art in the time of Cubism”, Legitimizing Art in Public:  The development of Art Institutions and Exhibitions, c. 1750-1800; Convenors, James Moore and Dongho Chun, University of Manchester; Culture, Capital, Colony, 28th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, University of Liverpool, 5-7 April 2002.
    89. Fay Brauer, “The Paris Modern”: The French State, the Paris Salons and the ‘Civilizing Mission’”, Cultural Capitals/Colonizing Centres, Convenor, Fay Brauer, 28th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Culture, Capital, Colony, University of Liverpool, 5-7 April 2002.
    90. Fae Brauer, “Perverse and Permissive Pleasures: The Regulation and Dissimulation of Sexuality in ‘la belle époque’”, Hexagonal Forum, Convenor, Dr. Robert Tombs, St. John’s College, University of Cambridge, 26 February 2002.
    91. Fay Brauer, “Dangerous Doubles: ‘New Artistic Anatomy and the Degenerate Body”, Conference Session, Inscribing Normalcy and Abjection: The Body in Art, Science and Medicine; Association of Australasia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Visual Arts in the 21st Century: From Museum to Cyberspace, Co-Convenors, Jaynie Anderson and Charles Green, University of Melbourne, October 2001.
    92. Fae Brauer, “Le Corps Militaire:  Revanchist Nationalism, Male Honour, Physical Culture and War”, Memory, Gender and War, Keynote Speaker, Conference Convenors, Annie Coombes and Gabriel Koureas, Birkbeck College, University of London, 4 July 2001.
    93. Fae Brauer, “Picturing Paedophilia:  Pedagogic Paederasty and ‘The Daughter’s Seduction’”, Convenors, Anthea Callen and Michael Hatt, Nottingham University Centre of Postgraduate Research into the History of Art, May 2001.
    94. Fae Brauer, “Picturing Paedophilia: The Salon Nymphettes and Child Pornography of ‘la belle époque'”, Making Connections, Convenors Christiana Payne and Leslie Topp, 27th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Oxford University in association with Oxford Brooks University, March-April 2001.
    95. Fae Brauer, “Building the Body Beautiful: From Physical Culturalists to Gym Junkies”, Keynote Speaker, Art & Health Conference, Convenor and Editor, Steve Adams, University of Herfordshire, November 2000-January 2001.
    96. Fae Brauer, Representing ‘Le moteur humaine’:  Chronometry, Chronophotography and the Taylored Body, Conference Session, Speed and Pace, Convenors, Beke Laslo and Paul Overy, TIME, Comité International de l’histoire d’art (CIHA) Congress, University of London, September 2000
    97. Fay Brauer, Les Reines de la Force:  Woman Bodybuilders, Reformist Feminism, Physical Culture and National Regeneration, Conference Session, Building the Body Beautiful, Convenors, Fay Brauer and Michael Hatt, 26th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Body and Soul, Conference Convenors, Carol Richardson and Richard Thomson, University of Edinburgh, April 2000
    98. Fay Brauer, Building the Body Beautiful:  ‘La Culture Physique’ and the New Artistic Anatomy in the French Radical Republic, Conference Session, Physical Constructions of the Aesthetic Ideal, Convenor, Kirby Gookin, College Art Association (CAA) Annual Conference, New York, February 2000
    99. Fay Brauer, Transgressing the Healthy Norm:  Modern Sport, Physical Culture, the Fitness Imperative and the Pasted-Paper Revolution, in Transgressions, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, University of Wellington, December 1999
    100. Fay Brauer, Inscribing the Normal and the Abject Body:  Photography at Salpêtrière Clinic and the École des Beaux-Arts, in Photography and Value, Convenor, Mark Durden, (University of Derby), 25th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Images and Values, Convenor, Brandon Taylor, University of Portsmouth and Winchester School of Art, March-April 1999
    101. Fay Brauer, Representing the Healthy Body:  Modern Sport, Physical Culture, Bodybuilding and Normalization, Conference Session Convenor, Art Association of Australia Annual Conference, Universities of South Australia and Adelaide, in association with the Art Gallery of South Australia, September-October 1998
    102. Fay Brauer, Building the Modern Woman:  Modern Sport and Bodybuilding, French Ladies and Corsets, in Representing the Healthy Body:  Modern Sport, Physical  Culture, Bodybuilding and Normalization, Art Association of Australia Annual Conference, Universities of South Australia and Adelaide, in association with the Art Gallery of South Australia, September-October 1998
    103. Fay Brauer, La Culture Physique:  The Built Body, Sporting Nationalism and French National Identity in the Poincarist State, in The Structures and Narratives of National Identity Formation, Convenor, Michelle Facos, 24th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Universities of Plymouth and Exeter, March-April 1998.
    104. Fay Brauer, The Abject Body and the Alien Artist:  Cubism and Revolutionary Art in the Poincarist State, in Nation, Race and Art History, Convenors and Editors, Joan Kerr and Nicholas Thomas, The Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, The Australian National University, October 1997.
    105. Fay Brauer, La Presse, ce quatrième État ... domestiqée par l'argent:  Money, Politics, Art and the Press in the Radical Republic in Printed Matters:  Printing, Publishing and Urban Culture, The third interdisciplinary conference on European Urban Culture, University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne, September 1997.
    107. Fay Brauer, Un Art d'État?  Academicism in the Radical Republic in Academies, The State and its Institutions, Association of Art Historians 1997 Conference, Structures and Practices, The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, April 1997.

    * Conference papers and guest lectures (including at the Tate Gallery) date back to 1983 on completion of MA and commencement of PhD at The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London.


    PROFESSORIAL LECTURE
    Fay Brauer, Regenerating the Body: Evolution, Eugenics and the Olympic Revival, Inaugural Lecture, Research Professorship for Visual Theory, School of Architecture and Visual Arts, University of East London, 23 November 2006.

    CONFERENCES CONVENED
    Forthcoming

    Fay Brauer and Eve Katsouraki, Performing Evolutionism: Art, Culture, Medicine and Science, University of East London; Hunterian Museum of Art, Royal College of Surgeons; Natural History Museum and Wellcome Trust, 11-13 June 2017.
    Convened
    1. Fae Brauer, Reassessing Corbusier in the 21st Century, The Powerhouse Museum, The University of Sydney and The University of New South Wales, 6-8 September 2012.
    2. Fae Brauer and Anthony Bond, Charles Darwin and The Art of Evolution, The University of New South Wales College of Fine Arts, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand (NSW Chapter) and Art Gallery of New South Wales, 9-11 September, 2010.
    3. Fae Brauer, Gavin Parkinson and Barbara Larson, Convenors, The Art of Evolution:  Charles Darwin and Visual Cultures, The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, 2-4 July 2009.
    4. Fay Brauer and Nick Waterlow, Transgressing the Boundaries: The Boundary Rider, 9th Biennale of Sydney Conference, Art Gallery of New South Wales and The University of New South Wales College of Fine Arts, December 1992
    5. Fay Brauer, Images and Issues, Art Association of Australia and Australian Museums Association 1990 Conference, Art Gallery of New South Wales, September 1990
    6. Fay Brauer, Distinctions, Art Association of Australia and Australian Museums Association 1989 Conference, National Gallery of Victoria and Ormond College, University of Melbourne, September 1989
    7. Fay Brauer, Illusions and Exclusions, Art Association of Australia and Australian Museums Association 1989 Conference, University of Sydney and The University of New South Wales College of Fine Arts, September 1988

    CONFERENCE SESSIONS CONVENED
    Fae Brauer and Linda Dalrymple Henderson, Magnetic Modernism and Scientific Spiritualism: Science, Occultism, and the Arts in the 19th and 20th Centuries, The Society for Literature, Science and the Arts (SLSA) 30th Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, 3-6 November 2016.
     
    1. Fae Brauer and Linda Dalrymple Henderson, Modernism, Occultism and Evolutionism, Association of Art Historians' 41st Annual Conference, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, 9-11 April 2015.
    2. Fae Brauer and Serena Keshavjee, Modern Art, Science and Occultism I: Transformist Aesthetics and Neo-Lamarckism; II: Organicism, Monism and Neo-Lamarckism; III: Fluidic Vibrations in Occultism, Modern Art and Music, Science, Literature and the Arts 2014 Conference, The University of Texas at Dallas, 9-12 October 2014.
    3. Fae Brauer and Anne Maxwell, Perilous Relations: Bioaesthetics and Eugenics, Conference Session, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Together-Apart, The University of Sydney and Art Gallery of New South Wales, 12-14 July 2012.
    4. Fae Brauer and Serena Keshavjee (University of Winnipeg), Picturing Evolution and Extinction: Degeneration and Regeneration in Modern Visual Cultures, Association of Art Historians 38th Annual Conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, 29-31 March 2012.
    5. Fae Brauer, Bloody Bodies, Convenor, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Decodings, Convenor, Catherine Speck, University of Adelaide and Art Gallery of South Australia, 1-4 December 2010.
    6. Fae Brauer, Georgina Downey and Catherine Speck, Networks and Networking:  Negotiating Paris, 1900-1950, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Australian National University, 27-29 November 2009.
    7. Fae Brauer, Dirt, Disease and Degeneration, Nineteenth Century French Studies Conference, Fossilizatiion and Evolution, Brigham Young University, Salt Lake City, 22-26 October 2009.
    8. Fay Brauer, Avant-Garde and Kitsch, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Alpha Alpha Alpha November Zulu, Queensland College of Art, Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, 4-6 December 2008.
    9. Fae Brauer and Anthea Callen, Contesting the Body:  Art, Sexualities and Biogenetics, in Contestations:  33rd Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Convenors, Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes, Kerstin Mey, Allison Rowley, Liam Kelly, University of Ulster, Belfast, 12-14 April 2007.
    10. Fae Brauer and Barbara Larson, Darwinism and its Discontents:  Art and Evolutionist Controversies in Evolution in Science, Literature and Art, The Twentieth Annual Conference of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, New York University, 9-12 November 2006.
    11. Fae Brauer and Anthea Callen, Corpus Delecti:  Aesthetics, Eugenics and the Sexed Body, in Conception-Reception, Convenor, Ed Lilley, 31st Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, University of Bristol, 31 March-2 April 2005.
    12. Fay Brauer, Perverse and Permissive Pleasures, in Present Pasts – Present Futures, Convenors, Leonard Bell and Erin Griffey, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, The University of Auckland, 1-3 December 2004.
    13. Fay Brauer, The Homoerotic Secret, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Australian National University, National Gallery of Australia and National Portrait Gallery, 5-6 December 2003.
    14. Fay Brauer, Disciplining the Body, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Art Gallery of New South Wales, December 2002.
    15. Fay Brauer, Cultural Capitals/Colonizing Centres, 28th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Culture, Capital, Colony, University of Liverpool, 5-7 April 2002.
    16. Fay Brauer, Inscribing Normalcy and Abjection:  The Body in Art, Science and Medicine; Association of Australasia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Visual Arts in the 21st Century:  From Museum to Cyberspace, Co-Convenors, Jaynie Anderson and Charles Green, University of Melbourne, October 2001.
    17. Fay Brauer and Michael Hatt, Building the Body Beautiful, 26th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Body and Soul, Conference Convenors, Carol Richardson and Richard Thomson, University of Edinburgh, April 2000.
    18. Fay Brauer, Representing the Healthy Body:  Modern Sport, Physical Culture, Bodybuilding and Normalization; Art Association of Australia 1998 Conference, Universities of South Australia and Adelaide, in conjunction with the Art Gallery of South Australia, October 1998.
    19. Fay Brauer, Modernity, Centres and Otherness, Art Association of Australia 1992 Annual Conference, Australia National Gallery and The Australian National University, Canberra, September 1992.
    20. Fay Brauer and Andrew Stephenson, Cultural Colonisation: Modernisms and Constructions of the Other, Association of Art Historians' 1992 Annual Conference, Subversions / Objects, University of Leeds and Leeds Metropolitan University, April 1992.
    21. Fay Brauer, Imaging Sexuality, Art Association of Australia 1990 Conference, Images and Issues, Art Gallery of New South Wales, September 1990.


    INVITED LECTURES
    Fae Brauer, “Primate Visions: Modernist Monkey Business and Interspecies Relationality”, New Research in Art History and Visual Culture, University of Bristol Postgraduate Guest Lecture Programme, Convenor, Professor Dorothy Price, 26 April 2016.
    Fae Brauer, “Primate Visions: “Primitivism”, Creative Evolution and Modernist Monkey Business”, Centre for Culture Studies Research Keynote Lecture, University of East London, 25 March 2015.
    Fae Brauer, “Astrobiology and the Third Gender: Hélène Dufau's Occult Transformism”, “Les Intermédiares”: Utopies du troisième genre dans les arts visuels du passage du siècle (1880/1920), Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art Salle Vasari, Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris, 9-10 December 2014.
    Fae Brauer, “Artists as Geneticists: Evolutionism, Transspeciation and Transgenic Art”, Art Talk : Critical Dialogue, Convenor Simeon Lockhart Nelson, University of Hertfordshire School of Creative Arts, Hatfield, 26 November 2013.
    Fae Brauer, “‘Les Reines et les Rois de la Force’: The Biocultures of Bodybuilding Republican France”, Keynote Speaker, Framing Cinema and the Visual Arts / Cadrages: cinéma et arts visuels, Australian Society for French Studies Conference XX– 2012, University of Adelaide, 27-29 September 2012.
    Fay Brauer, “Revolution to Propaganda:  The October Revolution and Soviet Socialist Realism”, Art and Revolution, The University of New South Wales COFA May Day Forum, 1 May 2012.
    Fae Brauer, “Outing Hysterical Men: Republican Manhood and Jean Martin Charcot’s Virile Hysteria”, New Issues in Medical Art History, Convenor, Ludmilla Jordanova, The Centre for Humanities and Health, King’s College London, 30 March 2011.
    Fae Brauer, “‘Un Vendredi au Salon des Artistes Français:  The Cultural Politics of the Paris Salons”, Researching Paris: Case Studies in Cultural History, Convenor, Louise Lyle, University of London in Paris (ULIP), 24 November 2011.
    Fay Brauer, “Spectacular Bodies: Dissecting Art, Science and Medicine”, The Best of COFA Lecture Series, 20 April 2010, The University of New South Wales College of Fine Arts (see website, UNSWTV:  Faculty of Fine Arts).
    Fae Brauer, “Anarchism, Assassination, Carnage: Henri Rousseau’s La Guerre”, Masterpieces Masterclass: Musée d’Orsay Post-Impressionism Symposium, National Gallery of Australia, 23 March 2010.
    Fae Brauer, “Regenerating the French Body:  La Culture Physique, Neo-Lamarckism and L’Art Eugénique”, Plenary Lecture, Genetics and French Culture, Institute of Romantic Languages, University of London, 2-3 July 2009.
    Fae Brauer, Policing Eros:  ‘Rational Procreation’ and Marcel Duchamp’s Sexual Automatons, Guest Speaker, Interdisciplinary Art Histories, Convenors Patricia Leighten and Mark Antliff, Duke University, North Carolina, 27 October 2005.
    Fae Brauer, Policing Eros:  Marcel Duchamp’s Sexual Automatons and ‘Rational Procreation’ in Twentieth Century France, in New Histories of Art, Convenor, Linda Dalrymple Henderson, David Brute Professor in the History of Art, University of Texas at Austin, 20 October 2005.
    Fay Brauer, Rupturing Space, Shattering Time, Fragmenting the Body:  Cubism and the Experience of Modernity, School of Architecture, Faculty of the Built Environment, The University of New South Wales, May 2004.
    Fay Brauer, The Cult of Speed:  The Creativity of Time, Creativity as Treasure: North Sydney Public Region Program, 20 October 2003.
    Fay Brauer, Singing the Colour, Stalking the Line:  The Art of Paul Klee, Art Gallery Society of New South Wales, Sydney, October 2001.
    Fay Brauer, Colonialism, Prostitution and the Healthy Body:  Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
    Research Seminar, Modernism and Abstraction, Queen Mary College, University of London, July 1997.
    Fay Brauer, Gender, Otherness and the Museum:  The Politics of Representation
    Seminar, Queen Mary College, University of London, July 1996.
    Fay Brauer, La guerre s'était engagée: Semiotics, Sociology and Cubism,
    in Modern Art: Practices and Debates, Queen Mary College, University of London, July 1995.
    Fay Brauer, Modernism as Decadent and Degenerate Art: Hitler and Stalin's Cultural Policies, in Modern Art:  Practices and Debates, Queen Mary College, University of London, July 1994.
    Fay Brauer, The Spectacle of the Venice Biennale, RMIT and University of Melbourne, October 1988.
    Fay Brauer, Rupturing Time and Space:  Cubism, University of Western Sydney Art and Criticism, 1988.
    Fay Brauer, The Spectacle of Modern Life:  Baudelaire and Manet, University of Western Sydney Art and Criticism, 1987.
    Fay Brauer, Feminism and Feminist Art, Power Institute of Fine Art, University of Sydney, October 1986.
    Fay Brauer, Abstract Expressionism and US Cultural Imperialism, Power Institute of Fine Art, University of Sydney, September 1986.
    Fay Brauer, Freud, Marx and Surrealism, Power Institute of Fine Art, University of Sydney, May 1986.
    Fay Brauer, Lenin, Stalin and Soviet Socialist Realism, Power Institute of Fine Art, University of Sydney, May 1986.  
    Fay Brauer, The Commodification of Art:  Blue Poles, Power Institute of Fine Art, University of Sydney, April 1986.
    Fay Brauer, Feminisms and "Femmage":  Miriam Schapiro, Lecture in Honour of Simone de Beauvoir, Art Gallery of New South Wales, April 1986.
    Fay Brauer, Cubism, Relativism and Everyday Life, Power Institute of Fine Art, University of Sydney, March 1986.
    Fay Brauer, Harlequins and Guitars:  The Symbols of Cubism, The Essential Cubism Series of Lectures, Tate Gallery, July 1983.
    Fay Brauer, Cubism, Hermeticism and Mallarméeism:  Picasso, Jacob and Apollinaire, The Essential Cubism Series of Lectures, Tate Gallery, May 1983.
    Fay Brauer, Cubism, Anarchism and Symbolism, University of London Extra-Mural Lecture Series on New Research, Warburg Institute of Art, March 1983.
    Fay Brauer, The Genesis of Assemblage, University of London Extra-Mural Lecture Series on New Research, Warburg Institute of Art, January 1983.


    Publications

    Funding: Awards, Grants, Fellowships and Residencies


    Research Grants and Fellowships

    2007 Australia Research Council LIEF Grant, Dictionary of Australian Artists: $400,000.

    2005 Australia Research Council LIEF Grant, Dictionary of Australian Artists: $500,000.

    2004-2006 Australia Research Council Discovery Project Grant, $110,000.
    Regenerating the Body: Modern Art, Neo-Darwinism and the Fitness Imperative

    2001-2003 Australia Research Council Large Grant: $120,000
    The Modern Art Centre and its Peripheries: The Paris Salons and Cultural Colonization

    2001-2002 John Yu Fellowship for International Research and Exchange, Université de Paris, Sorbonne: $5,000.

    2000 Special Studies Fellowship, The University of New South Wales Studio, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris: $5,000.

    1998 Faculty Grant, The University of New South Wales: $3,000.

    1997 Faculty Grant, The University of New South Wales: $3,000.

    1995-6 Travel and Residency Grant, Special Studies Programme, The University of New South Wales: $5,000.

    1995 Residency, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, February - May 1995: $3.000.

    1993-4 Moya Dyring Fellowship, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris: $3.000.

    1991 Residency Grant, Paris, Special Studies Fellowship, The University of New South Wales and University of London, 1 February-30 November 1991: $5,000.

    1990 Travel Grant, Australia Council for the Arts: $2,000.


    Funding: Research and Conference Papers

    2012 “Promodernisme, Anticubisme : Les Débats de Lampué”, Les Anti-Modernes? Courants conservateurs dans l’art français 1900-1925, Conference convened by Laura Karp and Neil McWilliam, Institut National de l’Histoire d’Art (INHA), Salle Vasari, Galerie Colbert, 27-29 March 2012.

    2012 “Bouguereau’s Butter: Lubricating the Salon des Artistes Français’, Art’s Insiders: New Histories of Europe’s Academies, Convenors, Keren Hammerschlag and Hannah Williams, Association of Art Historians’ 38th Annual Conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, 29-31 March 2012.

    2011 “L’Art Eugénique’: Biopower and the Biocultures of Neo-Lamarckian Eugenics”, The Study of Eugenics – Past, Present and Future, Uppsala Universet, Sweden, 9-11 November 2011.

    2011 “Hysterical Men: Charcot’s ‘Virile Hysteria’ and Nijinsky’s Nervous Choreography”, The Arts, Science, and Occultism, 1890s-1920s, Dancing Nerves and Etherial Energies, Convenor, Linda Dalrymple Henderson, Society for Science, Literature and Art Annual Conference, Pharmakon, University of Kitchener and Delta Hotel, Ontario, 22-25 September 2011.

    2011 Conference Residency and Travel Grant, The Evolution of Morality and The Morality of Evolution, Ian Ramsay Centre for Science and Religion, University of Oxford, 8-11 July 2011.

    2011 “Virilizing Hysteria: Jean Martin Charcot’s and Louise Bourgeois’ Hysterical Men”, Medical Media: The Aesthetic Language of Medical ‘Evidence’, Convenor, Tanya Woloshyn, Association of Art Historians 37th Annual Conference, University of Warwick, 31 March-2 April 2011.

    2010 The University of New South Wales College of Fine Arts Travel Award, Society for Science, Literature and Art Annual Conference, University of Indiana.

    2009 Conference Speaker, Residency and Travel Grant, King’s College, Oxford University, Darwin 200 Festival, 5-9 July 2009.

    2009 Research Grant, Darwin 200 Festival, The Art of Evolution: Charles Darwin and Visual Cultures, Convenors Fae Brauer and Gavin Parkinson, The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, 1-4 July.

    2009 Special Studies Programme, The University of New South Wales for research at the École de medecine, Sorbonne; Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris; Bibliothèque Historique de la Ville de Paris; The Wellcome Institute for the History and Understanding of Medicine, London; Natural History Museum and Science Museum, London.


    Funding: Conferences and Conference Session Convening

    2012 Picturing Evolution and Extinction: Degeneration and Regeneration in Modern Visual Cultures, Conference Session Convenor, Association of Art Historians 38th Annual Conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, 29-31 March 2012.

    2010 Bloody Bodies, Conference Session Convenor, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Decodings, University of Adelaide and Art Gallery of South Australia, 1-4 December 2010.

    2010 Special International Conference Grant, Charles Darwin and The Art of Evolution, Conference Convenors, Fae Brauer and Anthony Bond, The University of New South Wales College of Fine Arts, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand (NSW Chapter), Art Gallery of New South Wales, 9-11 September, 2010.

    2009 Networks and Networking: Negotiating Paris, 1900-1950, Conference Session Co-Convenor, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Australian National University, 27-29 November 2009.

    2009 Dirt, Disease and Degeneration, Conference Session Convenor, Nineteenth Century French Studies Conference, Fossilizatiion and Evolution, Brigham Young University, Salt Lake City, 22-26 October 2009.

    2008 Avant-Garde and Kitsch, Conference Session Convenor, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Alpha Alpha Alpha November Zulu, Queensland College of Art, Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, 4-6 December 2008.

    2007 Contesting the Body: Art, Sexualities and Biogenetics, Conference Session Convenor, Contestations: 33rd Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Convenors, Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes, Kerstin Mey, Allison Rowley, Liam Kelly, University of Ulster, Belfast, 12-14 April 2007.

    2006 Darwinism and its Discontents: Art and Evolutionist Controversies, Conference Session Convenor, Evolution in Science, Literature and Art, The Twentieth Annual Conference of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, New York University, 9-12 November 2006.

    2005 Corpus Delecti: Aesthetics, Eugenics and the Sexed Body, Conference Session Convenor, Conception-Reception, Convenor, Ed Lilley, 31st Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, University of Bristol, 31 March-2 April 2005.

    2005 Visiting Fellow, The Todd-McLean Physical Culture Collection and Department of Art History, The University of Texas at Austin, 9 October-4 November 2005.

    2005 Special Studies Programme, The University of New South Wales for research at the École de medecine, Sorbonne, the Wellcome Institute for the History and Understanding of Medicine, London and the Harry Ranson Humanities Research Centre, The University of Texas at Austin, August-December 2005.

    2004 Perverse and Permissive Pleasures, in Present Pasts – Present Futures, Conference Session Convenor, Leonard Bell and Erin Griffey, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, The University of Auckland, 1-3 December 2004.

    2003 The Homoerotic Secret, Conference Session Convenor, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Australian National University, National Gallery of Australia and National Portrait Gallery, 5-6 December 2003.

    2002 Cultural Capitals/Colonizing Centres, Conference Session Convenor, 28th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Culture, Capital, Colony, University of Liverpool, 5-7 April 2002.

    2001 Inscribing Normalcy and Abjection: The Body in Art, Science and Medicine, Conference Session Convenor Association of Australasia and New Zealand Annual Conference, Visual Arts in the 21st Century: From Museum to Cyberspace, Co-Convenors, Jaynie Anderson and Charles Green, University of Melbourne, October 2001.

    2000 Building the Body Beautiful, Conference Session Convenor, 26th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians, Body and Soul, Conference Convenors, Carol Richardson and Richard Thomson, University of Edinburgh, April 2000.

    1998 Representing the Healthy Body: Modern Sport, Physical Culture, Bodybuilding and Normalization, Conference Session Convenor, Art Association of Australia 1998 Conference, Universities of South Australia and Adelaide, in conjunction with the Art Gallery of South Australia, October 1998.


    Writer’s Residencies

    2009 Writer-in-Residence, Fondation Stiftung Dr. Robert und Lind Thyll-Dürr, Casa Zia Lina, Isola d’Elba, 17 August-4 September 2009.

    2006 Writer-in-Residence, Fondation Stiftung Dr. Robert und Lind Thyll-Dürr, Casa Zia Lina, Isola d’Elba, 16 May-7 June 2006.








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    Modern Literature
    Neurosciences
    Philosophy

    Museum and Gallery Exhibitions

    Historical
    Contemporary
    Member, Tate Modern and Tate Britain
    Member, Royal Academy

    Performative Arts

    Ballet: Traditional and Modern
    Concerts
    Opera: Berg, Glück, Handel, Massenet, Mozart, Richard Strauss, Wagner, Yanacek, etc.
    Theatre, Historical: Aeschylus, Europides, Sophocles; Shakespeare, Molière, etc.
    Theatre, Modern and Contemporary: Justin Fleming, Pirandello, Thomson Highway, Harold Pinter, Tom Stoppard, Timberlake Wertenbaker, Lucy Prebble, etc.

    Films
    Film noir

    Travel
    Antarctica
    Australia
    Belgium
    Canada
    Finland
    France
    Germany
    Iceland
    Italy
    Indonesia
    Luxembourg
    New Zealand
    Spain
    Greece
    Russia
    Poland
    Czechoslovakia
    Rumania
    Sweden
    Switzerland
    Taiwan
    Thailand
    Singapore
    Vietnam
    China
    Cambodia

    Health and Sport
    Yoga
    Pilates
    Hiking
    Jogging
    Swimming

    Foods and Wines
    French
    Italian
    Spanish
    Latin American
    Indian
    Thai
    Chinese
    Vietnamese





    Interests

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    Portfolio

    Teaching

    University of East London

    PhD Supervision

    ProfDoc Supervision

    ProfDoc

    Research Methodology

    MA Heritage Studies

    Heritage and Visual Cultures
    Dissertation (Humanities)
    Dissertation (by Practice)

    MA International Fashion Management

    Dissertation

    BA Fine Arts
    Dissertation
    Contextual Studies in Fine Arts: Modernism and Postmodernism

    BA Fashion
    Dissertation

    The University of New South Wales

    Degrees Underwritten


    1989-1991 BA Art Theory
    1991 MA Art Administration
    1993-1994 BA Honours Art Theory
    1996 MA Art Theory Honours
    1996-2000 Double Degrees:
    BA Art Theory/BA Arts;
    BA Art Theory/BA Social Sciences;
    BA Art Theory/BA Law

    Modules Underwritten and Taught

    Mad Love: Surrealisms and Their Legacies
    Spectacular Bodies in Art, Science and Medicine
    Irrational Modernisms: Decadence, Deviance and Madness
    “Civilizing Missions”: Modern Art and French Imperialism
    Breeding the Body Beautiful: Art and Biogenetics
    Queering the Canon: Theories of Art, History and Culture
    Theories of the Image
    Art and Everyday Life
    Eurocentred Visions: Grand Narratives in Western Art
    All that is solid melts into air: Modernism and the Experience of Modernity
    Mapping the Modern
    Mapping the Postmodern
    Art and the Postmodern Condition
    Postmodern Art and Poststructuralist Theory
    Modernism/Postmodernism: Aesthetics and Criticism
    The Salon, the Academy and the Avant-Garde: Art in Nineteenth-Century France
    Reading Art History/ Writing Art Theory
    The Art Industry

    Offshore Modules
    East/West: The Great Divide in German Art and Politics, The Australia Centre; Universities of Berlin and Potsdam, and Berlin Frei University

    The Open University

    1983-1995 A315 Modern Art and Modernism

    1996-2000 A316 Modern Art: Practices and Debates

    University of London

    1983-1986 External courses

    Teaching