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(L-R) Margaret Werth, Jordan Hillman, Galina Olmsted (image courtesy Margaret Werth)



Professor Margaret Werth and Ph.D. candidates Jordan Hillman and Galina Olmsted each presented papers at the Nineteenth-Century French Studies Association conference in Manhattan Beach, California last month. Professor Werth’s paper was titled "Manet's Hamlets,” Hillman presented “Circulating Celebrity: Postcards, Popularity, and L'Affaire Dreyfus,” and Olmsted "'Il se fera un nom': Gustave Caillebotte and the 1876 Exhibition.”

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Professor Margaret Werth and doctoral students Jordan Hillman and Galina Olmsted each presented at the Nineteenth-Century French Studies Association conference.

Professor Margaret Werth and doctoral students Jordan Hillman and Galina Olmsted each presented at the Nineteenth-Century French Studies Association conference. 

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