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Karen Leader
Assistant Professor, Art History
PhD, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
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Boca Raton Campus, AL 164
561.297.3196
kleader@fau.edu

Karen J. Leader, Assistant Professor of Art History. BA, University of California, Berkeley; MA and Ph.D., Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Dissertation, L’esthétique du rire: Caricature and Art in Nineteenth-Century Paris, supervised by Professor Linda Nochlin (2009). Recent and forthcoming publications: “Harlot, Housewife or Heroine? A Recovered Identity for the ‘Worker’s Wife’ in Courbet’s Studio” (Rutgers Art Review, 2007); “CAA Advocacy: The Nexus of Art and Politics” CAA Centennial History Project, 2010; “Issues of Gender in Courbet’s Studio” Actes du colloque Courbet, Musée d’Orsay, 2010. Current projects: “How to Look: Ad Reinhardt, PM, and the ‘Art-Politics Syndrome”; “Connoisseuses and Cocottes: Women at the Salon in Nineteenth-Century French Caricature.”

 

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