Zhurauliova Tatsiana

Posted on September 2, 2019


Research themes

  • 20th century American art and visual culture
  • Contemporary Eastern European art
  • TV series and political imagination
  • Queer theory and gender studies
  • Exile, migration, and population ethics

Current Project

Tatsiana Zhurauliova is an art historian, whose work focuses on the intersection of visual culture and discourses on identity and difference in the United States and in Eastern Europe. Currently a postdoctoral fellow within the ERC project Demoseries, she works on the role of TV series in shaping the political imagination and discourse on democracy. 

  • 2014, Yale University, PhD in Art History, awarded the Frances Blanshard fellowship prize for outstanding dissertation in the history of art
  • 2014-2018, the University of Chicago, Collegiate Assistant Professor and a Harper and Schmidt Fellow in the Society of Fellows
  • 2018-2020, Université Paris Cité and Université Paris Nanterre, Terra Foundation for American Art Research and Teaching Fellow
      •   “Cartography as Collage/Collage as Cartography: The Spatial Turn in Mid-Twentieth-Century Abstraction,” American Art 34, no. 3 (Fall 2020), pp. 72-91
      • “The Nonidentity Problem in Contemporary Belarusian Art,” in New Narratives of Russian and East European Art : Between Traditions and Revolutions, eds. Galina Mardilovich and Maria Taroutina (New York : Routledge, 2019), pp. 180-192.