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Jacqueline Millner

Professor in Visual Arts, La Trobe University

Jacqueline Millner is an art theorist specialising in contemporary art and its intersections with social, political and cultural change. Coming from an interdisciplinary background that includes law, political science and visual arts, Jacqueline draws on social history of art and feminist perspectives as well as on political theory and aesthetics to re-think the link between art and broader systems of power. Her interest is also in exploring how contemporary art and creative practices can model alternative values that are urgently needed to address the excesses of neoliberalism.


  • 2022–present
    Professor of Visual Art, La Trobe University


  • 2004 
    University of Sydney , PhD in Art History and Theory