Mary Hunter

Mary Hunter is an Associate Professor of Art History at McGill University. She specializes in nineteenth-century French art and visual culture, and teaches classes on modern and contemporary art. Her research projects and publications examine: the relationship between art and medicine; Impressionism; the role of contemporary and historical art and material culture in hospitals; theories of time; Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec; the competing claims to truth of different media, formal practices and discourses; the formation of identities (sexuality, gender, race, sickness and health); and the phenomenology of waiting.

Articles by Mary Hunter

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