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Race-ing art history : critical readings in race and art history
Publication Information:
New York : Routledge, 2002.

Physical Description:
xvi, 413 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
"Just like us" : cultural constructions of sexuality and race in Roman art / John R. Clarke -- Imaging the self : ritual and representation in a Yiddish book of customs / Diane Wolfthal -- A sanctified Black : Maurice / Jean Devisse -- The imaginary Orient / Linda Nochlin -- "Only women should go to Turkey" : Henriette Browne and the female orientalist gaze / Reina Lewis -- The Hottentot and the prostitute : toward an iconography of female sexuality / Sander Gilman -- Going native / Abigail Solomon-Godeau -- Racism, nationalism, and nostalgia / J. Gray Sweeney -- Blacks in shark-infested waters : visual encodings of racism in Copley and Homer / Albert Boime -- "Making a man of him" : masculinity and the Black body in mid-nineteenth-century American sculpture / Michael Hatt -- Histories of the tribal and the modern / James Clifford -- The white peril and L'art negre : Picasso, primitivism, and anticolonialism / Patricia Leighten -- New encounters with Les desmoiselles d'Avignon : gender, race, and the origins of cubism / Anna C. Chave -- Wilfredo Lam : painter of negritude / Robert Linsley -- Sargent Johnson : Afro-California modernist / Judith Wilson -- Horace Pippin's challenge to art criticism / Cornel West -- In search of the "inauthentic" : disturbing signs in contemporary Native American art / Jean Fisher -- Altars of sacrifice : re-membering Basquiat / Bell Hooks -- International abstraction in a national context : abstract painting in Korea, 1910-1965 / Jae-Ryung Roe -- The other immigrant : the experiences and achievements of Afro-Asian artists in the metropolis / Rasheed Araeen -- Reframing the Black subject : ideology and fantasy in contemporary South African representation / Okwui Enwezor -- Biraciality and nationhood in contemporary American art / Kymberly N. Pinder.
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