Academic Work & Reviews

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

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“‘Cookie in her Casket’ as a response to the Medical Death”. And Death Shall Have Dominion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Dying, Caregivers, Death, Mourning, and the Bereaved, eds. K. Malecka and R. Gibbs. (London: Interdisciplinary Press, e-book, 2015).  

 

ACADEMIC ARTICLES

“Beauty and Alienation in Medical Photography”. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 41.2 (October 2018).

Visible Care: Nan Goldin and Andres Serrano’s Post-mortem Photography. Doctoral thesis (Birkbeck, University of London: 2016)

“Family Expressions of Pain in Postmortem Portraiture”. Studies in Visual Arts and Communication: An International Journal 2.1 (2015).

“The Faceless Portrait: Anonymity and Identity in Andres Serrano’s The Morgue. HARTS & Minds 1.3, (February 2014).

“Mourning in Absent Memorials”. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 2.13, (2012).

“The Iconography of the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus”. JURO: Journal for Undergraduate Research (2006).

 

REVIEWS AND OTHER

“Morell, Abelardo” in Grove Art Online (March 2018).

“Family Ties: Reframing Memory”. Photomonitor (31 August, 2014).

“Review: History is Not Mine at the Paradise Row Gallery”. Ayyam Projects. (April 2013).

The Last of the Dictionary Men: A Beautiful History, Protracted”. Ayyam Projects. (March 2013).

*Please note, that as a writer I have worked under my maiden name (Sapikowski) and previous married name (Summersgill).*