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- 1From:Emerging Infectious Diseases (Vol. 9, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedFrida Kahlo (1910-1954). Self-Portrait with Monkey (1938). Oil on masonite, 16" x 12" Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, USA Copyright 2003 Banco de Mexico Diego Rivera & Frida Kahlo Museums Trust. Ay....
- 2From:Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy (Vol. 27, Issue 1)INTRODUCTION Writing in 1971, the art historian Linda Nochlin asked a question that remains uncomfortable: "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" (1) Answering the question, Nochlin criticizes art historians'...
- 6From:MAKE: The Magazine of Women's Art (Issue 78) Peer-ReviewedClaire Lofting: Your installations, Mira (1997) and Reservoir (1994), both make use of strikingly beautiful large-scale video projections ... Judith Goddard: It's always been important for me to work with the beauty...
- 8From:Woman's Art Journal (Vol. 38, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedEnglish-language discussions of contemporary art display an ongoing "Orientalism" that often manifests itself in analyses that equate Japanese culture with the weakened, effeminate masculinity of otaku (computer nerds)....
- 9From:The La Trobe Journal (Issue 74) Peer-ReviewedI THE NAME of Dargie is prominent in the Edinburgh telephone book and on the Roll of Honour at the War Memorial there. But not so in Australia, where few Dargies migrated. Among those who did were Alexander Dargie...
- 16From:Etc. Montreal (Issue 77) Peer-Reviewed<< Si l'on envisageait de situer le système de l'industrie culturelle dans les grandes perspectives de l'histoire universelle, il faudrait le définir comme l'exploitation systématique de la rupture séculaire entre les...
- 17From:Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies and Gender Issues (Issue 40) Peer-ReviewedThis essay focuses on artist Ava Kadishson Schieber, who was born in 1926 in Novi Sad, Yugoslavia (now Serbia), and survived the Holocaust in hiding. At age 12, she was thrust from a nurturing, multigenerational,...
- 20From:Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies (Vol. 23, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedAssimilation Dress is a part of a series, one item in a wardrobe of garments. The ideas reflect my response to images of relatives and of others who weathered the Indian boarding school experience. This particular...
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