Caitlin is a PhD candidate working under the supervision of Professor Elizabeth Prettejohn at the University of York. Her doctoral thesis examines the intersection of old age and art in late nineteenth-century Britain. Caitlin completed an MA that focused on the Victorian and Edwardian interior between 1851 and 1910 at the Courtauld Institute of Art, where she wrote her dissertation on the French painter Jacques Joseph Tissot’s paintings of British military bodies. She previously completed her undergraduate degree in History of Art at the University of East Anglia. Caitlin has a number of interdisciplinary research interests, including the relationship between images and words, the intersection of high art and mass culture, classical reception studies, feminist theory, and historiography. Caitlin is currently Co-Editor-in-Chief of Aspectus: A Journal of Visual Culture, the History of Art department’s postgraduate publication.