1 edition of Gender and visual culture. ( Folder of photocopies). found in the catalog.
Gender and visual culture. ( Folder of photocopies).
Written in English
Japanese Visual Culture is an academic series devoted to the visual culture of the Japanese archipelago of every era. It includes studies on the history of painting, prints, calligraphy, sculpture, architecture and applied arts, but also extends to the performing arts, cinema, manga and anime. Reconsidering Olmec Visual Culture is the first study that situates the unique hollow babies of Formative Mesoamerica within the context of prominent females and the prevalent imagery of gestation and birth. It is also the first major art historical study of La Venta and the first to identify Mesoamerica's earliest creation narrative.
The essays in Killing Women: The Visual Culture of Gender and Violence find important connections in the ways that women are portrayed in relation to violence, whether they are murder victims or killers. The book’s extensive cultural contexts acknowledge and engage with contemporary theories and practices of identity politics and debates about the ethics and politics of representation : $ Brenda R. Weber, “Imperialist Projections: Manners, Makeovers, and Models of Nationality,” in Women on screen: feminism and femininity in visual culture. Melanie Waters et al. (Basingstoke New York: Palgrave Macmillan, ) Print.
Recognizing that a signature feature of contemporary culture is the convergence of different forms of media, the contributors of this book argue that adaptation studies has emerged as a key discipline that, unlike traditional literary and art criticism, is capable of identifying and analyzing the relations between source texts and adaptations. Religion, Art, and Visual Culture is a cross-cultural exploration of the study of visuality and the arts from a religious perspective. This forward looking and accessible collection gathers together the most current scholarship for those interested in art, religion, visual culture, and cultural studies.
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The Chatham administration, 1766-1768.
Though the book is intended for an academic audience and offers a major contribution to studies in nineteenth-century literature and visual culture, feminist and critical race theory, it also offers a great deal to non-academics who are interested in the history of the middle class, gender and race in photography, and the relationship between Cited by: Taking a Hard Look: Gender and Visual Culture - Ebook written by Amanda du Preez.
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Book Description. Issues and themes in and around gender and visual culture have generated a huge and complex scholarly literature. Now, to enable users to make sense of an explosion of scholarship, this new title from Routledge’s Major Works publishing programme answers.
Just in terms of the expansive area with which MacWilliams covers the topic of Japanese Visual Culture is enough to warrant kudos. This book collects writers from across the globe to comment on Japanese visuals, aesthetics, and media from before the world knew of Hokusai's views of Mount Fuji all the way up to computer-generated animation in films like Ghost in the Shell /5(2).
Visual Culture & Gender, volume 14 () [Cover images] (upper left) Leaving Berlin: My Mother’s Immigrant Childhood for The One House Project by Renee Sandell, in Renee Sandell & Enid Zimmerman's article in Visual Culture & Gender, 14, p.
(lower left) Empathy by Renee Gender and visual culture. book in Renee Sandell & Enid Zimmerman's article in Visual Culture & Gender, 14, p. Gender i transgressiya v vizualnykh iskusstvakh [Gender and Transgression in VisualCultures].Almira Ustanova, Editor.
Vilnius: European Humanities University, pp. This collection of essays, the second in a series entitled Visual and Cultural Explorations (Vizualnye i kulturnye issledovanie), is the product of a conference held at the European Humanities University in Vilnius during.
Get this from a library. Taking a hard look: gender and visual culture. [Amanda Du Preez;] -- "It is the aim of this collection of essays to take a hard look at gender and visual culture.
Gender and visual culture traverse in quite and often fascinating ways. On the one hand, gender subject. This collection of essays revisits gender and urban modernity in nineteenth-century Paris in the wake of changes to the fabric of the city and social life.
In rethinking the figure of the flâneur, the contributors apply the most current thinking in literature and urban studies to an examination of visual culture of the period, including painting, caricature, illustrated magazines, and posters.
This is a wide-ranging and stimulating introduction to the history and theory of visual culture from painting to the computer and television screen. It will prove indispensable to students of art and art history as well as students of cultural studies.
Mirzoeff begins by defining what visual culture is, and explores how and why visual media - fine art, cinema, the Internet, advertising.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxx, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm. Contents: Iconographies of flora: the goddess of flowers in the cultural history of botany / Ann B.
Shteir --A passion that transforms: picturing the early natural history collector / Alan Bewell --Figuring nature/ figuring the (fe)male: the frontispiece to.
Collectively producing new ways of understanding the identity politics at work in the making and reception of visual culture, the essays begin to correct the blindness to the intersecting dynamics of race and gender in the history of art.
With Other Eyes will certainly become a classic in the field. About the Author Marianne Hirsch is a professor of comparative literature and gender studies at Columbia University. Her most recent books are, with Leo Spitzer, Ghosts of Home: The Afterlife of Czernowitz in Jewish Memory and, with Nancy K.
Miller, Rites of Return: Diaspora Poetics and the Politics of of this book's chapters were written with Leo Spitzer, who is also the. Feminist and multiculturalist efforts to uncover the assumptions underpinning the production of art have transformed our understanding of visual culture.
The field of art history, however, continues to downplay the race and gender politics informing its own interpretative practices/5(4). India and Its Visual Cultures is a comprehensive mapping and analysis of contemporary cultural artefacts and visual cultures through different approaches—iconographic, social, political, religious and so book covers various media and their histories by studying visual representational systems, production and consumption of media and culture-specific understandings.
Book Description. This book aims to encourage and develop understanding of the social category of gender, the concept of visual representation, and the relationship between the two, with contributions stimulating discussion within and between disciplines, research paradigms, and methods.
Understanding Gender and Sexuality in Popular Culture helps readers enjoy popular culture while developing a new way of “seeing” and critiquing it.
The book is an excellent reader for courses on gender and visual culture, popular culture, and gender and sexuality studies. The essays in Killing Women: The Visual Culture of Gender and Violence find important connections in the ways that women are portrayed in relation to violence, whether they are murder victims or killers.
The book's extensive cultural contexts acknowledge and engage with contemporary theories and practices of identity politics and debates about the ethics and politics of/5(12). Citation. Waters, Melanie. Women on screen: feminism and femininity in visual culture.
Basingstoke New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Print. "Brilliant and original in conception and execution, this book succeeds triumphantly in its ambition to provide a general theory of visual culture. One has to go back to Gombrich's Art and Illusion, Panofsky's Meaning in the Visual Arts, or Wölfflin's Classic Art to find.
The book’s premise that gender, space, and the gaze have been too narrowly conceived by a scholarly embrace of Baudelaire’s flâneur is supported across the cultural spectrum by period sources that include art criticism, high and low visual culture, newspapers, novels, prescriptive and travel literature, architectural practices, interior Author: Temma Balducci.
Co-founders and co-editors, Karen Keifer-Boyd and Deborah Smith-Shank conceptualized Visual Culture & Gender (VCG) as an online, international, freely accessible, and critical annual publication that focuses on the intersections of visual culture and gender.Visual texts uniquely demonstrate the contested terms of American identity.
In American Archives Shawn Michelle Smith offers a bold and disturbing account of how photography and the sciences of biological racialism joined forces in the nineteenth century to offer an idea of what Americans look like—or "should" look like.
Her varied sources, which include the middle-class portrait, baby Price: $Mapping Modernity in Shanghai: Space, Gender, and Visual Culture in the Sojourners' City, (Asia's Transformations) Samuel Y. Liang This book argues that modernity first arrived in late nineteenth-century Shanghai via a new spatial configuration.