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Assistant Professor Leigh Presents at National Convention

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Allison Leigh, Assistant Professor of Art History, presented on two panels at the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) Convention in November of 2016. In the first, a roundtable panel devoted to “Gender and Sexuality in 19th-Century Russian Literature & Art,” she discussed an article she is writing on the masculine experience of time in French and Russian paintings from the mid-nineteenth century. In the second panel, she presented her new research on the unfinished works of Russian painter Ivan Kramskoy in a talk entitled “The Invisible Wound: Russian Men and the Pain of Modernity in 1884.”