Tiffany Jenkins is an author and writer who for four years wrote a weekly opinion column in the Scotsman. Her writing credits include the Guardian, Spectator, Independent, Foreign Policy and the New Republic. She was the presenter of the BBC Radio 4 programme Beauty and the Brain, which explored what brain science can tell us about art. She is the writer and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s, A Narrative History of Secrecy.
Tiffany is the author of the critically acclaimed Keeping Their Marbles: How Treasures of the Past Ended Up in Museums and Why They Should Stay There published by Oxford University Press in 2016, described as ‘An outstanding achievement, clear-headed, wide-ranging and incisive.’ by John Carey in the Sunday Times and ‘Courageous and well-argued.’ by Henrik Bering in the Wall Street Journal.
She is also author of Contesting Human Remains in Museum Collections: The Crisis of Cultural Authority and editor of Political Culture, Soft Interventions and State Building, both published by Routledge.
She has been a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics, Department of Law, and was previously the director of the Arts and Society Programme at the Institute of Ideas. Her first degree is in art history, her PhD in sociology. She divides her time between London and Edinburgh.
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