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The Block Reader in Visual Culture By Edited by George Robertson

The Block Reader in Visual Culture
by Edited by George Robertson

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This volume, bringing together writings by leading cultural theorists which were first published in the journal "Block", provides a resource for the teaching and study of art and design history and theory, and cultural studies. The essays emphasize the concerns of cultural and critical theory.
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The Block Reader in Visual Culture by Edited by George Robertson

Block was a hugely influential journal in the developing fields of Visual and Cultural Studies. The journal's editors and contributors sought to further the critical tradition in art history, respond to the work of contemporary artists, and bring the concerns of new cultural and critical theory, particularly feminist and post-colonial theory, to the study of art and design history.
The Block Reader brings together classic writings by leading cultural theorists and artists which were first published in the journal, to provide an invaluable resource for the teaching and study of art and design history and theory and cultural studies.

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Table of Contents


Jon Bird, Barry Curtis, Tamar Garb, Phil Goodall, Nicholas Green, Fran Hannah, Dick Hebdige, Lucy Lippard, Frank Mort, Kathy Myers, Fred Orton, Claire Pajaczkowska, Griselda Pollock, Tim Putnam, Olivier Richon, Martha Rosler, Lisa Tuckner, Necdet Teymur, Judith Williamson

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GOR004774952
The Block Reader in Visual Culture by Edited by George Robertson
Edited by George Robertson
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
1996-04-04
360
0415139899
9780415139892
N/A
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