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posts by Erin Lehman

Erin Lehman is Director of the Center for the Arts and Holtzman MFA Galleries and Lecturer in Art History at Towson University in Maryland. She received her BA from Haverford College and her PhD from Tyler School of Art at Temple University. Her areas of research interest and teaching include the confluence of Impressionism, the professionalization of sports, and changing ideals of masculinity in the nineteenth-century, museum studies, social protest art of the 1960s, history of photography, and gender studies. Before coming to Towson, Dr. Lehman was a curatorial research associate at the American Philosophical Society Museum and a Curatorial Fellow at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Recently curated exhibitions at Towson include “From the Inside Out: Building the Silhouette,” “All-Night Party,” and “Stacy Levy: Collected Watershed.”

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