Jayne Knight

Jayne Knight

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Jayne Knight is a PhD student researching the Kodak Collection at the National Science and Media Museum. Re-evaluating popular photography in the museum, the Kodak Collection forms the centre of her AHRC funded Collaborative Doctoral Partnership with the National Science and Media Museum. The project examines how the history of popular photography can be told in the museum today, following dramatic changes in photographic industry and practice. This project will contribute to new histories of photography through reconsiderations of the impact of popular photography.  

Jayne's research interests include popular photography, photographic history, design history, material and visual culture. 


Education/Academic qualification

Master, Connecting Culture and Industry: London Zoo and its Photographic Advertsing in the 1920s, De Montfort University

Bachelor, To what extent can the photography of Fox Talbot be considered art?, University of Essex


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