Marnin Young


Marnin Young (PhD 2005) is Associate Professor and Chair of Art History at Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University. He is the author of Realism in the Age of Impressionism: Painting and the Politics of Time (Yale University Press, 2015). The book received a Millard Meiss Publication Fund Grant from the College Art Association and an Honorable Mention for the Robert Motherwell Book Award. Dr. Young has published articles and reviews on nineteenth-century French painting in The Art BulletinArt Historycaa.reviewsCritical InquiryH-France ReviewThe RIHAJournalNineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, and Nineteenth Century Studies. He is also a contributing editor at, where the second of two special issues on nineteenth-century art he co-edited with Bridget Alsdorf (PhD 2008) appeared in early 2019. More recently, an essay on art criticism, anarchism, and autonomy appeared in the catalogue for the exhibition Félix Fénéon (1861-1944) (Paris, 2019; New York, 2020).

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