Rethinking Art's Histories

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This new series from Manchester University Press aims to open out art history from its most basic structures. Its function is to foreground work that challenges the conventional periodisation and geographical subfields of traditional art history, and to address a wide range of visual cultural forms from the early modern period to the present. These books will acknowledge the impact of recent scholarship on our understanding of the complex temporalities and cartographies that have emerged through centuries of world-wide trade, political colonisation and the diasporic movement of people and ideas across national and continental borders.

Series editors: Marsha Meskimmon m.g.meskimmon@lboro.ac.uk and Amelia Jones amelia.jones@mcgill.ca
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Cover of After the Event: New perspectives on art history After the Event: New perspectives on art history ISBN: 978-0-7190-8173-6 Hardback Eds. Charles Merewether and John Potts
GBP£ 60.00
Cover of After-affects | after-images: Trauma and aesthetic transformation in the virtual feminist museum After-affects | after-images: Trauma and aesthetic transformation in the virtual feminist museum ISBN: 978-0-7190-8798-1 Paperback Griselda Pollock
GBP£ 19.99
Cover of After-affects | after-images: Trauma and aesthetic transformation in the virtual feminist museum After-affects | after-images: Trauma and aesthetic transformation in the virtual feminist museum ISBN: 978-0-7190-8797-4 Hardback Griselda Pollock
GBP£ 75.00
Cover of Art and human rights: Contemporary Asian contexts Art and human rights: Contemporary Asian contexts ISBN: 978-0-7190-9957-1 (Due Jan 2016) Paperback Caroline Turner and Jen Webb
GBP£ 19.99
Cover of Art and human rights: Contemporary Asian contexts Art and human rights: Contemporary Asian contexts ISBN: 978-0-7190-9064-6 (Due Jan 2016) Hardback Caroline Turner and Jen Webb
GBP£ 75.00
Cover of Art, museums and touch Art, museums and touch ISBN: 978-0-7190-7933-7 Hardback Fiona Candlin
GBP£ 60.00
Cover of Flesh Cinema: The corporeal turn in American avant-garde film Flesh Cinema: The corporeal turn in American avant-garde film ISBN: 978-0-7190-9191-9 Paperback Ara Osterweil
GBP£ 18.99
Cover of Flesh Cinema: The corporeal turn in American avant-garde film Flesh Cinema: The corporeal turn in American avant-garde film ISBN: 978-0-7190-8880-3 Hardback Ara Osterweil
GBP£ 65.00
Cover of Gender, artWork and the global imperative: A materialist feminist critique Gender, artWork and the global imperative: A materialist feminist critique ISBN: 978-1-7849-9294-1 (Due Jan 2016) Paperback Angela Dimitrakaki
GBP£ 19.99
Cover of Gender, artWork and the global imperative: A materialist feminist critique Gender, artWork and the global imperative: A materialist feminist critique ISBN: 978-0-7190-8359-4 Hardback Angela Dimitrakaki
GBP£ 65.00
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