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Slavery in Art and Literature. Approaches to Trauma, Memory and Visuality - Birgit Haehnel, Melanie Ulz
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[SR: 2817745], Paperback, [EAN: 9783865962430], Frank & Timme GmbH, Frank & Timme GmbH, Book, [PU: Frank & Timme GmbH], 2009-10-30, Frank & Timme GmbH, Slavery, both in its historical and modern forms, continues to be a matter of undiminished political and social relevance. This is mirrored by an increasing interest in scholarly research as well as by critical statements from within the field of contemporary art. The present volume is designed to bring together artists and scholars from various fields of study discussing trauma and visuality, or more precisely, memory and denial of traumatic history within visual discourses. The purpose of this project is to put the phenomenon of contemporary art production dealing with the issue of slavery into a wider, interdisciplinary and transcultural context. The book covers current case studies focusing on different media and including visual, literary and performative approaches of dealing with the history of slavery in West-African, American and European cultures. Birgit Haehnel (Ph.D., University of Trier, 2004) lives as an independent scholar of art history in Vienna. She is the author of "Regelwerk und Umgestaltung. Der Nomadismusdiskurs in der Kunst nach 1945" (2007). She has published extensively on contemporary art and on art of the 17th, 19th and 20th centuries with a special focus on gender and post-colonialism.Melanie Ulz (Ph.D., University of Trier, 2005) is an art historian and lives in Berlin. She is the author of "Auf dem Schlachtfeld des Empire. M nnlichkeitskonzepte in der Bildproduktion zu Napoleons gyptenfeldzug" (Marburg, 2008). She has published on art and visual culture of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries with a focus on gender and postcolonial theory., 266898, History of Art & Architecture, 758890, Miscellaneous Biographies, 267815, Styles & Movements, 91, Art, Architecture & Photography, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 267841, Subjects within Art, 267844, Erotica, 267845, Human Figures, 267847, Nature, Still Lifes & Landscapes, 267848, Nudes, 267850, Portraits, 267851, Religious Subjects, 91, Art, Architecture & Photography, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books

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Slavery, both in its historical and modern forms, continues to be a matter of undiminished political and social relevance. This is mirrored by an increasing interest in scholarly research as well as by critical statements from within the field of contemporary art. The present volume is designed to bring together artists and scholars from various fields of study discussing trauma and visuality, or more precisely, memory and denial of traumatic history within visual discourses. The purpose of this project is to put the phenomenon of contemporary art production dealing with the issue of slavery into a wider, interdisciplinary and transcultural context. The book covers current case studies focusing on different media and including visual, literary and performative approaches of dealing with the history of slavery in West-African, American and European cultures. Approaches to Trauma, Memory and Visuality Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 14.10.2009 Buch (fremdspr.), Frank & Timme, .200

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Approaches to Trauma, Memory and Visuality Slavery, both in its historical and modern forms, continues to be a matter of undiminished political and social relevance. This is mirrored by an increasing interest in scholarly research as well as by critical statements from within the field of contemporary art. The present volume is designed to bring together artists and scholars from various fields of study discussing trauma and visuality, or more precisely, memory and denial of traumatic history within visual discourses. The purpose of this project is to put the phenomenon of contemporary art production dealing with the issue of slavery into a wider, interdisciplinary and transcultural context. The book covers current case studies focusing on different media and including visual, literary and performative approaches of dealing with the history of slavery in West-African, American and European cultures. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-3-86596-243-0, Frank & Timme

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Slavery in Art and Literature. Approaches to Trauma, Memory and Visuality
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Slavery in Art and Literature. Approaches to Trauma, Memory and Visuality

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Slavery, both in its historical and modern forms, continues to be a matter of undiminished political and social relevance. This is mirrored by an increasing interest in scholarly research as well as by critical statements from within the field of contemporary art. The present volume is designed to bring together artists and scholars from various fields of study discussing trauma and visuality, or more precisely, memory and denial of traumatic history within visual discourses. The purpose of this project is to put the phenomenon of contemporary art production dealing with the issue of slavery into a wider, interdisciplinary and transcultural context. The book covers current case studies focusing on different media and including visual, literary and performative approaches of dealing with the history of slavery in West-African, American and European cultures. Birgit Haehnel (Ph.D., University of Trier, 2004) lives as an independent scholar of art history in Vienna. She is the author of "Regelwerk und Umgestaltung. Der Nomadismusdiskurs in der Kunst nach 1945" (2007). She has published extensively on contemporary art and on art of the 17th, 19th and 20th centuries with a special focus on gender and post-colonialism.Melanie Ulz (Ph.D., University of Trier, 2005) is an art historian and lives in Berlin. She is the author of "Auf dem Schlachtfeld des Empire. M nnlichkeitskonzepte in der Bildproduktion zu Napoleons gyptenfeldzug" (Marburg, 2008). She has published on art and visual culture of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries with a focus on gender and postcolonial theory.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783865962430
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3865962432
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Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2009
Editeur: Frank & Timme
351 Pages
Poids: 0,650 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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