Auguste Raffet, Gâres les Albums, 1828
Kathryn Desplanque (Ph.D. '17) published a chapter entitled "A Physiology of the Inglorious Artist in early 19th-century Paris" in The Mediatization of the Artist, edited by Rachel Esner and Sandra Kisters, 2018.
In June 2019, she will conclude her Carolina Post-Doctoral Fellowship for Faculty Diversity at UNC Chapel Hill. In July 2019, Desplanque will begin a Banting Post-Doctoral Fellowship hosted in the Art History department at Carleton University in her hometown of Ottawa, Ontario. The Banting Post-Doctoral Fellowship accepts applications from all disciplines and is Canada's most competitive postdoctoral opportunity. During this fellowship, she will continue work on her second book project entitled Papermania: The Popular Printed Image and the 19th Century Consumer.
Desplanque will return to UNC Chapel Hill in July 2020 as an assistant professor of 18th and 19th century European Art in their Art & Art History Department.