Patricia Bray is a PhD student specializing in modern European art history, particularly late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century, with an emphasis on politics and the Symbolist movement. Her research interests include the use of satire, masquerade, the absurd, Symbolist theater, and the modern urban crowd in the Symbolist city. She works under the supervision of Dr. Neil McWilliam.
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