Kathryn Desplanque is a sixth year PhD candidate in Art History. Under the supervision of Professor Neil McWilliam, she is writing a dissertation entitled "Art, Commerce, and Caricature: Satirical Images of Artistic Life in Paris, 1750-1850." She works with a collection of 500 late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century satirical images that target individuals, institutions, and events in Paris' art world. To manage this large collection of works, she uses qualitative data analysis software (nVivo) is exploring options for visualizing her findings to share with the larger research community.
Desplanque, K. "A Satirical Image against Jean-Baptiste Greuze: Celebrity, Printmaking, and the Public Woman." Eighteenth-Century Studies 50.1 (2016): 27-51. Full Text
Desplanque, K. "Repeat Offenders: Reprinting Visual Satire Across France’s Long Eighteenth Century." RACAR : Revue d'art canadienne 40.1 (2015): 17-17. Full Text