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Prof Shahidha Bari
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NationalityBritish
EducationKings College Cambridge
OccupationAcademic, critic, broadcaster
EmployerLondon College of Fashion

Shahidha Bari is a British writer, academic and critic. She is Professor of Fashion Cultures and Histories at London College of Fashion at the University of the Arts London.[1] She is one of the regular presenters of the BBC Radio 3 arts and ideas programme Free Thinking.[2] and an occasional presenter of BBC Radio 4's Front Row.[3]

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Biography

She was educated at King's College Cambridge and lives in London. She is a Fellow of the Forum for Philosophy at the London School of Economics and an arts reviewer for a number of publications.[4]

Her academic work moves between philosophy, psychoanalysis, literary theory and visual culture. Her book Dressed: The Secret Life of Clothes was published in 2019.[5][6] She is currently working on a philosophical study of beauty.

In 2011, Bari was selected as one of ten BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinkers,[7] a new project launched in conjunction with the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to communicate academic research to a wider audience. She is the winner of the 2014/15 Observer Anthony Burgess Arts Journalism Prize, for a "powerful and insightful" review of the National Theatre's Medea.[8]

In print, her writing appears in The Financial Times,[9] The Guardian,[10] The Observer and the New Statesman. She is a regular columnist for Times Higher Education,[11] a reviewer for The Times Literary Supplement,[12] a contributor to Aeon[13] and frieze,[14] and appears as a cultural critic on BBC TV.[15] She has presented documentaries for BBC Radio 4 and the BBC World Service. She is a frequent contributor to Radio 4's Woman's Hour [16] and Saturday Review.[17]

She was a trustee of the educational mentoring charity The Arts Emergency Service and the Chair of Judges for the Forward Prizes for Poetry in 2019.[18] In 2020, she joined the panel of judges for the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction.[19]

References

  1. ^ "Shahidha Bari".
  2. ^ "Salman Rushdie, Lionel Shriver, Uncertainty, Who wants to be a millionaire?". Free Thinking. BBC Radio 4.
  3. ^ "Orla Kiely; Belinda Bauer; Asian theatre". Front Row. BBC Radio 4.
  4. ^ "Forum for European Philosophy". London School of Economics. Retrieved 8 April 2017.
  5. ^ "Dressed". Amazon. ASIN 1787331490.
  6. ^ "Book of the Day". Guardian.
  7. ^ Mark Brown (28 June 2011). "X Factor-style search for 10 academics from generation think". The Guardian. Retrieved 5 October 2013.
  8. ^ Shahidha Bari (8 March 2015). "Anthony Burgess prize-winning essay, 2014: National Theatre's Medea". The Observer.
  9. ^ "Rain: Four Walks in English Weather'". Financial Times Life and Arts.
  10. ^ "Game Theory'". The Guardian.
  11. ^ Shahidha Bari. "Marriage as a Fine Art, by Julia Kristeva and Philippe Sollers". Times Higher Education.
  12. ^ Shahidha Bari (6 February 2017). "Undone Done, Sam McKnight, Somerset House, London". Times Literary Supplement.
  13. ^ Shahidha Bari (19 May 2016). "What do clothes say?". Aeon.
  14. ^ "Life and times of Alexander McQueen". Frieze Art Magazine.
  15. ^ "Front Row Late". BBC. 18 January 2019.
  16. ^ "Late Night Woman's Hour". Woman's Hour. BBC Radio 4.
  17. ^ "Deep Blue Sea; Fire At Sea; Edmund White; Winifred Knights; Outcast/Preacher". Saturday Review. BBC Radio 4.
  18. ^ "Forward Prizes for Poetry 2019". Forward Prizes for Poetry.
  19. ^ "Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction".

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