Benjamin Harvey (Ben) received his graduate degrees in Art History from the University of Birmingham, UK, and UNC-Chapel Hill. His research focuses on word-and-image issues, especially as they pertain to the art and literature of nineteenth-century France and early twentieth-century Britain.  Currently working on a book project with the working title of Roger Fry’s Cézanne, Ben’s writing has appeared in numerous venues, including publications by Cornell University Press, Edinburgh University Press, and Palgrave MacMillan.

Ben currently serves as the Mississippi representative on the board of the Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC) and as a review editor at the Open Inquiry Archive ( He has interests in interdisciplinary approaches to the humanities and a commitment to supporting web-based, open-access art history projects. He also tweets (@Obridge) and maintains a scholarly blog (Emanata


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