Souliman Victoria

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Research themes

  • Defining the Britishness of Australian Art: the British influence in the Interwar years
  • Supervised by: : Frédéric Ogée (Université Paris Diderot), Anita Callaway (Université de Sydney)

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Current Project

  • Since 2013, Université Paris Diderot – Paris 7, France
 / Université de Sydney, Australie, PhD Candidate (co-tutelle) in Anglophone studies and Art History
  • 2013, Master 2, Université Denis Diderot – Paris 7, France
 / University of Sydney, Australia (international exchange program) Dissertation title: “Landscape Painting and National Identity: Defining ‘Australianness’ from Colonisation to the 1960s” (Supervisor: Frédéric Ogée, Paris 7)

  • 2011, Master 1, Université Denis Diderot – Paris 7, France
 / University of Sydney, Australia (international exchange program) Dissertation title: “Baudelaire and Australian Impressionism: the appropriation of Baudelairean thought in Australian art in the late 19th century” (Supervisor: Sara Thornton, Paris 7)

  • 2009, BA in Anglophone studies, Université Denis Diderot – Paris 7, France
      • Publications:
        • Victoria Souliman, ‘British Modernism from an Australian Point of View: Clarice Zander’s 1933 Exhibition of British Contemporary Art’ Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, vol.17, Issue: 01, 2017, pp.84-96.
        • Victoria Souliman, ‘Les Antipodeans: quand l‘artiste australien s’assume en tant que figure de l’Autre’ Histoire de l’Art, vol.75, no.2, 2014, pp. 43-54.
      • Conference Papers:
        • Victoria Souliman, ‘And perhaps, in the corner, a lubra’: How the Exhibition An Englishman’s Home sought to define an Australian identity at Euroacademia 6th International Conference ‘Identities and Identifications’ Villa Vittoria – Palazzo Congressi, Florence, Italy, June 22-23, 2017
        • Victoria Souliman, ’Modernity and National Identity: the Case of Clarice Zander’s 1933 Exhibition of British Contemporary Art’ pour la conférence Tradition and/or modernity Literary, Historical and Cultural Perspectives (1660 – 1940), Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, May 26-27, 2016
        • Victoria Souliman, ‘Annette Messager and Francis Bacon: Envisioning the Body’ at VIEW Festival of Art History, Institut Français, London, England, February 27 – March 1, 2015
        • Victoria Souliman, ‘Australian Art in the Late 1960s: the End of Australian Provincialism’ at VIEW Festival of Art History, Institut Français, London, England, February 7–9, 2014