Associate Professor at the Art History and Communication Studies Department, McGill University
Mary Hunter is Associate Professor and Chair of the Art History and Communication Studies Department at McGill University. She has published widely on nineteenth-century French art and visual culture, including her book, The Face of Medicine: Visualizing Medical Masculinities in late nineteenth-century Paris (MUP, 2016), as well as her more recent publications, “The Waiting Time of Prostitution: Gynaecology and Temporality in Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s Rue des Moulins, 1894” in Art History(winter 2019), and “White Collars and Working Bodies” in the exhibition catalogue of the Art Gallery of Ontario’s current show, Impressionism in the Age of industry. She is currently working on her second book project, “Waiting: Slow Time in the Impressionist Era”, which is funded by a 5-year grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
- « Expert Hands, Infectious Touch: Painting and Pregnancy in Berthe Morisot’s The Mother and Sister of the Artist » (Conférences 2019)
- « Waiting: Slow Time in the Impressionist Era » (Journée d’étude 2016)