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Dr Susannah Haslam is tutor (research) in humanities on the Graduate Diploma in Art & Design programme.

As an interdisciplinary researcher, her practice operates between teaching, writing and organising; research concerns navigate enquiry on the relationship between contemporary education and cultural institutions and infrastructures; queer and critical subjects, pedagogies, practices and environments; tertiary-level educational alternatives and expansions.

Dr Susannah Haslam trained in contemporary art history, theory and visual cultures at Goldsmiths (2006-2010) before completing an AHRC-funded doctorate at the Royal College of Art (2018) on contemporary art’s turn to education after 2008. Prior to joining the RCA, Susannah held teaching positions at London College of Communication, where she initiated a critical reading salon and led undergraduate classes in critical writing practice and queering the gaze in art and design history; and in the visual cultures department at Goldsmiths, where she co-convened the critical spatial practice lab on the MA in contemporary art theory. Susannah has held a fellowship with international research organisation Theatrum Mundi since 2019, where she is contributing to the Making Cultural Infrastructure project. Susannah is an initiator of the extra-disciplinary research collaboration adpe, aiming to better understand the relationship between art, design, policy and education. Between 2010-2018 Susannah was involved in the finding and organisation of independent public projects and programmes such as the reading group and programme of events, Co—; nomadic school and seminar programme and diy publishing project, JOURNEY/SCHOOL and AOTCS Press; and critical spatial practice group, KIOSK collective.