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Title Critical perspectives on art history / John C. McEnroe, Deborah F. Pokinski [editors]
Published Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, [2002]


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Description xi, 304 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents Pt. 1. Classical. Ch. 1. Democracy and the Greek Ideal. Nicholas Gage, Introduction to The Greek Miracle: Classical Sculpture from the Dawn of Democracy. Robert Hughes, The Masterpiece Road Show. Eva C. Keuls, Introduction to The Reign of the Phallus. Ch. 2. The Parthenon and Patrimony. Gavin Stamp, Keeping our Marbles. Melina Mercouri, 1986 Speech to the Oxford Union. Ch. 3. The Classical Tradition. Michael Greenhalgh, What is Classicism? Henri Zerner, Classicism as Power. Ch. 4. Portraits and Politics. Sheldon Nodelman, How to Read a Roman Portrait. Ann Marie Seward Barry, Political Images: Public Relations, Advertising, and Propaganda -- Pt. 2. Medieval. Ch. 5. The Gothic Cathedral. James Snyder, The Meaning of Gothic. Michael Camille, In the Margins of the Cathedral. Ch. 6. Iconoclasm, Vandalism, and the Fear of Images. David Freedberg, Idolatry and Iconoclasm. Robert D. McFadden, Disputed Madonna Painting In Brooklyn Is Defaced. Ch. 7. Iconography. Erwin Panofsky, Jan van Eyck. Brendan Cassidy, Introduction: Iconography, Texts, and Audiences. Lisa Jardine, Prologue to Worldly Goods -- Ch. 8. Anti-Semitism and Stereotypes. Henry Kraus, Anti-Semitism in Medieval Art. Jan Nederveen Pieterse, Introduction to White on Black: Images of Africa and Blacks in Western Popular Culture -- Pt. 3. Renaissance and Baroque. Ch. 9. The Renaissance Portrait. Bruce Cole, Renaissance Images and Ideals. Patricia Simons, Women in Frames: The Gaze, the Eye, the Profile in Renaissance Portraiture. Ch. 10. The Female Nude. Kenneth Clark, The Naked and the Nude. John Berger, Ways of Seeing. Ch. 11. Viewing Michelangelo's David. Richard Leppert, The Male Nude: Identity and Denial. John T. Paoletti and Gary M. Radke, Florence: The Renewed Republic and the Return of the Medici. Ch. 12. Women Artists. Paola Tinagli, Women and Art during the Renaissance. Eleanor Dickinson, Sexist Texts Boycotted: Interview with H. W. Janson. Camille Paglia, The New Sexism: Liberating Art and Beauty. Ch. 13. Northern Art vs. Italian Art. Martin Kemp, The Mean and Measure of All Things. Svetlana Alpers, Art History and Its Exclusions: The Example of Dutch Art -- Pt. 4. Modern. Ch. 14. Gender and Representation. Carol Duncan, Virility and Domination in Early Twentieth Century Vanguard Painting. Rosemary Betterton, How Do Women Look? The Female Nude in the Work of Suzanne Valadon. Ch. 15. Modernist Architecture. Sigfried Giedion, Social Imagination. Robert Hughes, Trouble in Utopia. Ch. 16. Art and Popular Culture. Hilton Kramer, The Varnedoe Debacle: MOMA's New 'Low'. Mary Anne Staniszewski, Art and Culture Today. Ch. 17. Postmodernist Art. Irving Sandler, Introduction to Art of the Postmodern Era. Darby Bannard, Excellence and Postexcellence. Deborah Solomon, Questions for Jeff Koons; Puppy Love -- Pt. 5. The Institutions of Art. Ch. 18. Censorship. Andrea Dworkin, Against the Male Flood: Censorship, Pornography, and Equality. Nadine Strossen, The Sex Panic and the Feminist Split. Lynda Nead, The Female Nude: Pornography, Art, and Sexuality. Ch. 19. Public Funding for the Arts. Paul Goldberger, To Earn Subsidies, Must Art be Useful? Must It Be Sweet? Joseph Epstein, What to do About the Arts? Ch. 20. The Museum. Carol Duncan, The Art Museum as Ritual. Hilton Kramer, The Assault on the Museums. Neil Harris, The Divided House of the American Art Museum. Ch. 21. Culture Wars and the Canon. Dinesh D'Souza, The Multicultural Challenge. Gill Perry, What Is the Canon? Lucy Lippard, Mapping. Ch. 22. The Art History Course. Scott Heller, What Are They Doing to Art History? Roger Kimball, Introduction to Tenured Radicals
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Art -- History.
Author McEnroe, John C.
Pokinski, Deborah Frances.
LC no. 2001036549
ISBN 0130405957 paperback
Other Titles Critical perspectives