Dr Charlotte de Mille is Associate Lecturer at The Courtauld Institute, and curates The Courtauld Gallery’s music programme. With them she co–authored Animating Art History, a joint initiative with Central St. Martin’s and the University for the Creative Arts, which was long–listed for a Clore Award in Museum Learning. Receiving her doctorate from The Courtauld Institute of Art in 2009, she has taught at The Courtauld, and the Universities of Sussex, Bristol, and St. Andrews. She was Visiting Scholar at Lingnan University, Hong Kong in 2018, and Mid-Career Fellow at the Paul Mellon Centre for British Art 2020. This was followed by a Paul Mellon Centre Research Continuity Fellowship in 2021.
She edited Music and Modernism, c. 1849–1950 (2011), and co–edited with John Mullarkey Bergson and the Art of Immanence (2013). Bergson in Britain: Philosophy and Modern Art 1890-1914 is forthcoming with Edinburgh University Press (2022), and The Bloomsbury Handbook to Music and Art, co-edited with Sarah Mahler Kraaz in 2023.
She has also contributed to: Britten in Context (2022); Cross Channel Modernisms (2020); Rival Sisters: Art and Music at the Birth of Modernism (2014); The Routledge Companion to Music and Visual Culture (2014); Modernist Games: Cézanne and The Cardplayers (2013); Understanding Bergson, Understanding Modernism (2013); Creative Writing and Art History (2012), and the journals Art History and The Burlington Magazine.