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- I.B. Tauris
- Horne, Victoria (ed.), Perry, Lara (ed.)
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Politics in a Glass Case
Angela Dimitrakaki, Lara Perry
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As an innovative selection that engenders new approaches to writing feminist art histories today, [this collection] unquestionably adds to the scholarship and the growing number of edited collections on feminist art and art histories. * Visual Studies *
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Victoria Horne is Lecturer in Art and Design History at Northumbria University in Newcastle. She has published articles in Feminist Review , Radical Philosophy and Journal of Visual Culture . In 2012 she established the Writing Feminist Art Histories research initiative. Lara Perry is Principal Lecturer in the History of Art and Design programme at the University of Brighton. She is the author of History's Beauties: Women and the National Portrait Gallery, 1856-1900 (2006) and co-editor (with Angela Dimitrakaki) of Politics in a Glass Case: Feminism, Exhibition Cultures and Curatorial Transgressions (2013).
Contents List of Illustrations vii Notes on Contributors xi Acknowledgements xvii Introduction: Feminism and Art History Now 1 Victoria Horne and Lara Perry PART I. WRITING | SPEAKING | STORYTELLING 25 1 . An Unfinished Revolution in Art Historiography, or How to Write a Feminist Art History 31 Victoria Horne and Amy Tobin 2 . I Want a Dyke for President: Sounding out Zoe Leonard's Manifesto for Art History's Feminist Futures 41 Laura Guy 3 . `Our Stories Are Our Life Blood': Indigenous Feminist Memory and Storytelling as Strategy for Social Change 63 Cherry Smiley PART II. VISIBILITY | INTERVENTION | REFUSAL 83 4 . Making Visible Lee Krasner's Occupation: Feminist Art Historiography and the Pollock-Krasner Studio 87 Andrew Hardman 5 . Challenging Feminist Art History: Carla Lonzi's Divergent Paths 104 Giovanna Zapperi 9781784533250_pi-282.indd v 6/8/2017 3:16:39 PM Contents vi vi 6. Th is Moment: A Dialogue on Participation, Refusal and History Making 124 Angela Dimitrakaki and Lara Perry PART III. SPATIALITY | OCCUPATION | HOME 143 7. Th e Salon Model: Th e Conversational Complex 147 Elke Krasny 8. Los Angeles, 1972/Glasgow, 1990: A Report on Castlemilk Womanhouse 164 Hannah Hamblin 9. I f You Lived Here... : A Case Study on Social Reproduction in Feminist Art History 183 Kirsten Lloyd PART IV. TEMPORALITY | GHOSTS | RETURNS 203 1 0. Temporalities of the `Feminaissance' 207 Francesco Ventrella 1 1. Gestures of Inclusion, Bodily Damage and the Hauntings of Exploitation in Global Feminisms (2007) 230 Kimberly Lamm 1 2. Learning and Playing: Re- enacting Feminist Histories 260 Catherine Grant Index 283