Camilla is Associate Professor in History. She specialises in 20th and 21st cultural histories, with a longstanding research interest in the history, cultures, and art of menstruation. Her interests include feminist art history and art projects, environmental humanities, medical humanities, feminist Science & Technology Studies, Norwegian/Sámi art histories, and the archetype of the witch.
Camilla is Honorary Lecturer in the School of Medicine and the School of Art History at Aberdeen, and Honorary Research Fellow in Art History at the University of St Andrews.
Camilla holds a Bachelors degree in Art History from the University of Oslo, a Masters degree in Art History and Cultural Studies from the University of Manchester, and a PhD from the University of Manchester.
Camilla leads the Wellcome Trust funded Menstruation Research Network UK (2022-2025) and led the Scottish Government funded project Arctic Periods: Transnational Knowledge about Menstrual History (2021-22). She is Co-PI on the Royal Society of Edinburgh funded 'Ending Period Poverty in Scotland' research project (2020-2022), and was PI on the Wellcome Trust funded Menstruation Research Network UK (2019-2020).
Camilla worked at Leeds University from 2020-2021, on the AHRC-funded project 'Generic Visuals in the News: The Role of Stock Photos and Simple Data Visualizations in Assembling Publics'. From 2017-2020, she was Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of St Andrews, and she remains a Honorary Research Fellow there, where she collaborates with the Centre for Contemporary Art on the artist-in-residency project Blood Lines.
Camilla's work has appeared in Technology & Culture, Oxford Art Journal, Environment & Society, Enterprise and History, and Leonardo. She has written in Norwegian for Tidsskrift for Norsk Kjønnsforskning and Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift. Her most recent book is Cash Flow: The Businesses of Menstruation (UCL Press, 2022), and she is working on a new book entitled The Painters Are In: A Visual History of Menstruation (McGill Queen's University Press, 2024). Camilla's writing has also appeared in the Wellcome Trust Stories blog series, BBC Radio, Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, The Conversation, and Discard Studies.
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