0041 Introduction

  • Anne Dymond (Author)
    Associate Professor, Art History & Museum Studies, University of Lethbridge, Canada

    Anne Dymond is Associate Professor at the University of Lethbridge,  Canada.  She received her doctorate from Queen's University,  where her dissertation examined Provençal regionalism in museums, festivals, posters and art. Recent publications include "Displaying the Arlésienne:  Museums, Folklife and Regional Identity in France" in Folklore and Nationalism in Europe During in the Long Nineteenth Century, ed. Timothy Baycroft and David Hopkin, (Berg, 2012); "Embodying the Nation: Art, Fashion, and Allegorical Women at the 1900 Exposition Universelle," RACAR, 36.2 (2011); "Advertising Provence: Tourism, the PLM, and the Regionalist Movement," Nottingham French Studies, 50.1 (2011); "A Politicized Pastoral: Signac and the Cultural Politics of Mediterranean France," Art Bulletin, 85.2 (2003). She is currently researching gender issues in contemporary art institutions.

  • Tania Woloshyn (Author)
    McGill University, Montreal, Canada

    Tania Woloshyn is a  postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Art History & Communication Studies at McGill University, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). She completed her Ph.D in 2008 at the University of Nottingham. Her research focuses on intersections of art, tourist and medical histories of the Côte d'Azur, c.1890-1920, particularly the visual culture and history of heliotherapy. Recent publications include: "Aesthetic and therapeutic imprints: artists and invalids on the Côte d'Azur, c.1890-1910," in Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide (2012); "La Côte d'Azur: the terre privilégié of invalids and artists, c.1860-1900," in French Cultural Studies (2009); and "Marking out the Maures: Henri-Edmond Cross on the Côte d’Azur, c.1891-1910," in a special issue of Nottingham French Studies (2011), which she co-edited with Nicholas Hewitt.

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