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My research has a transatlantic scope, bringing together the politics of historiography in art history with the philosophy of aesthetics, and new approaches to materiality and geographical space in the social sciences. I am responsible for six books: the single-authored titles Phenomenal Difference: A Philosophy of Black British Art (Liverpool University Press, 2017) and Timed Out: Art and the Transnational Caribbean (Manchester University Press, 2011); and the edited or co-edited titles: Triennial City: Localising Asian Art (Cornerhouse 2014), Objects and Imagination: Perspectives on Materialization and Meaning (Berghahn 2015), Disturbing Pasts: Memories, Controversies and Creativity (Manchester University Press 2017), and Sustainable Art Communities: Contemporary Creativity and Policy in the Transnational Caribbean (Manchester University Press 2017). Together with Paul Wood and Charles Harrison I am co-editor of the forthcoming anthology: Art in Theory: The West in the World: An Anthology of Changing Ideas (the latest volume in the successful series from Wiley). I am a former long-standing member of the editorial board of the journal Third Text, founding editor of the Open Arts Journal and arts editor of Wasafiri magazine. From 2014-2015 I occupied the inaugural position of Kindler Chair in Global Contemporary Art at Colgate University, New York, and have held visiting roles at UC Berkeley, Yale University, and the University of Oxford. In 2013 I became a recipient of the Philip Leverhulme Prize in the History of Art.
Leon Wainwright (2019) Creole in the Archive: Imagery, Presence and the Location of the Caribbean Figure, In The New West Indian Guide/Nieuwe West-Indische Gids 3&4(93)
Leon Wainwright (2018-09-03) Sonia Khurana: The Contemporary Art of Relationality, In Wasafiri 3(33)
Leon Wainwright (2018-01) Visualising Figures of Caribbean Slavery through Modernism, Wiley-Blackwell
Leon Wainwright (2018) Materialities and Mobilities: A Note on the Political Geography of Contemporary Caribbean Art, Heidelberger Universitätsverlag HeiUp
Leon Wainwright (2018) Entwining Caribbean, British and American Art Histories: Trouble at the Turn to the "Transnational" and "Provincial", In Post: Notes on Contemporary Art around the Globe, Post: Notes on Contemporary Art around the Globe. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York
Leon Wainwright(editor) (2017-12) Disturbing pasts: memories, controversies and creativity, Manchester University Press
Leon Wainwright and Kitty Zijlmans (editors) (2017-12) Sustainable art communities: Contemporary creativity and policy in the transnational Caribbean, Manchester University Press
Leon Wainwright (2017-05-31) Phenomenal Difference: A Philosophy of Black British Art(13), Liverpool University Press
Leon Wainwright (2017) Bodily relations and reciprocity in the art of Sonia Khurana, In Cultural Dynamics 4(29)
Leon Wainwright and Kitty Zijlmans (2016-05) Open Arts Journal Issue 5: Sustainable Art Communities: Creativity and Policy in the Transnational Caribbean 5(5), The Open University