Bringing together a body of work produced between 1970 and the present, this book analyses historical and current issues of feminism by proposing intersecting perspectives in the field of art history and its often interrogated construction. Feminist manifestations are examined in light of practices that persist in their resistance and compel us to re-examine social norms through activism, mobilization of citizens, and sharing communities. Striving to bring new insights to our attention, these contributions take up theoretical feminist models, but also reference cultural, decolonization, and queer studies.
Paperback, 160 pages
16.30 x 9.45 inches