Kurzbiografie Victoria H. F. Scott
2001–2010PhD at SUNY Binghamton, New York (“Silkscreens and Television Screens: Maoism and the posters of May and June 1968”) Publication and curatorial internships at The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and The Dallas Museum of Art
2008–2016teaching positions at Alfred University, SUNY Binghamton, William & Mary, Virginia Commonwealth, Emory and the Memorial University of Newfoundland
since 2016independent scholar
Forschungs- bzw. Arbeitsschwerpunkte Art and Architecture since 1945
  • The Art History Guild, in: The Art History Supplement 3,2 (2013).
  • Academic freedoms and the ideology of the Internet: on the significance of art, art history and privacy in the age of the neoliberal university, in: Ethos. A Digital Review of Arts, Humanities, and Public Ethics (2014), S. 9–33.
  • (mit Daniel Burckhardt) The Republic of art history: using gender and network analysis to reinvent the discipline, in: Verband österreichischer Kunsthistorikerinnen und Kunsthistoriker (Hg.): Newest Art History. Wohin geht die Jüngste Kunstgeschichte?, Online-Publikation 2017, S. 121–142.
  • (Hg. mit Noemi de Haro Garcia und Jacopo Galimberti) Art, Global Maoism and the Chinese Cultural Revolution, Manchester 2020, darin: Reproducibility, propaganda and the Chinese origins of neoliberal aesthetics, S. 325–344.