Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin
Visiting Research Fellow, King's College London; Research Associate, Margaret Beaufort Institute, Cambridge
PhD (Free University, Amsterdam)
Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin is a Visiting Research Fellow at King's College London and Research Associate at the Margaret Beaufort Institute in Cambridge and has a longstanding track record of writing and speaking about the arts and aesthetics. Originally from the Netherlands, she gained her PhD in philosophy from the Free University in Amsterdam, alongside studies in art history and musicology. She taught for eight years at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto where she was also an Associate Member of the Toronto School of Theology and served as President of the Canadian Society for Aesthetics from 2005 until 2007. She is the founding curator of the travelling exhibition "Art, Conflict and Remembering: The Murals of the Bogside Artists," which has shown at various cathedrals and universities throughout the UK. She is the co-author of Art and Soul: Signposts for Christians in the Arts (IVP 1999) and her most recent book The Philosophy of Susanne Langer: Embodied Meaning in Logic, Art and Feeling (Bloomsbury 2019).