Dr Harry Heuser

BA (CUNY) MA (CUNY) PhD (CUNY)

Dr Harry Heuser

Lecturer in Art History

School of Art

Contact Details

Profile

Harry Heuser (BA, MA, PhD) is an educator, writer and exhibition curator.  Born in Germany, he studied and taught (English, German, Humanities) in New York City (Lehman College, Hunter College, CUNY Graduate Center). He currently lives in Aberystwyth.

Teaching

Module Coordinator
Coordinator
Lecturer
Additional Lecturer
Tutor

Adaptation

Contemporary art

Gothic

Landscape art

Postmodernism

Research

Twentieth-century Western Art and Visual Culture

Twentieth-century British printmaking

Contemporary art

Romanticism (British, German and US American)

Gothic/Neo-gothic

Collecting, curating and curatorial practices

Adaptation, intermediality and translative practices

Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary practices

Theory (art and literature): Queer Theory and Reception Aesthetics

US American radio culture (1920s - 1960s)

Responsibilities

Lecturer in Art History

Director of Research

Equality Champion

Departmental Library Representative

Office Hours (Student Contact Times)

  • Monday 2 PM-4 PM

Publications

Heuser, H 2021, A Forefront in the Aftermath? Recorded Sound and the State of Audio Play on Post-‘Golden Age’ US Network Radio. in I Arteel, L Bernaerts, S Bluijs & P Verhulst (eds), Tuning in to the Neo-avant-garde: Experimental Radio Plays in the Postwar Period. Manchester University Press.
Heuser, H 2021, “There ain’t no sense to nothin’”: Serial Storytelling, Radio-Consciousness and the Gothic of Audition. in L Bernaerts & J Mildorf (eds), Audionarratology: Lessons from Audio Drama. Ohio University Press.
Heuser, H, Seeing Red: Works from the School of Art Collection, 2020, Exhibition.
Heuser, H, Classic/Romantic: Works from the School of Art Collection, 2019, Exhibition.
Heuser, H 2018, 'Another ‘Air Raid’: Modernism on US Network Radio in the Eisenhower Era', Paper presented at Tuning in to the Neo-Avant-Garde, Ghent, Belgium, 28 Nov 2018 - 29 Nov 2018.
More publications on the Research Portal