Clint Lawrence is an instructor in art history and history. His thesis research focused on Charles I of England’s approach to kingship through the visual arts, namely demonstrations of masculinity and authority.
He holds a BA (2011) and an MA (2013) in history from the University of Lethbridge.
In 2012 Clint presented his paper, “‘For how can your laws bee kept in the country, if they be broken at your ear?’ a Gender Analysis of Anthony van Dyck’s Court Portraits During Charles I’s Personal Rule” at the Royal Body Conference, Royal Holloway-University of London.
Clint believes in the value of lifelong learning and advocates for viewing art in person. Trips to major museums and sites in Florence, Rome, Venice, Siena as well as London and at home in Canada, have been of great benefit to understanding and appreciating art beyond the printed page.