Originally from the Netherlands, Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin studied philosophy, art history and musicology in Amsterdam before moving to live and work in the UK. Between 1999 and 2007 she taught philosophical aesthetics at the graduate school the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto during which time she was also an adjunct faculty member of the Toronto School of Theology and served as President of the Canadian Society for Aesthetics. Upon her move back to the UK she worked as an independent scholar and also as a Teaching Fellow in Religion, Philosophy and the Arts at the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at King’s College London. She remains affiliated with the Department as a Visiting Research Fellow and also holds a Research Associateship with the Margaret Beaufort Institute in Cambridge. She recently published the monograph The Philosophy of Susanne Langer: Embodied Meaning in Logic, Art and Feeling with Bloomsbury.