Making art history : a changing discipline and its institutions /
|Other Authors / Creators:||Mansfield, Elizabeth, 1965- |
|Imprint:||New York ; London : Routledge, 2007.|
|Retention:||Retained for Eastern Academic Scholars' Trust (EAST) http://eastlibraries.org/retained-materials|
|Online Access:||Table of contents only|
Table of Contents:
- Part I. Border Patrols: Art History as Identity Introduction
- Chapter 1. "The Call of the Canon: Why Art History Cannot Do Without"
- Chapter 2. "From the Prophet to Postmodernism? Geopolitics, the Canon and the End of Islamic Art
- Chapter 3. "Turning Green into Black, Or How I Learned to Live with the Canon"
- Chapter 4. "What's In a Name?: 'Flanders,' Language and the Historiography of Late Medieval Art in Belgium since Federalization"
- Part II. The Subjects of Art History Introduction
- Chapter 5. "Art History's Present Tense"
- Charpter 6. "The Totality of Form: S.J. Freedberg's Criticism and Clement Greenberg's History
- Chapter 7. "Unmaking Art History"
- Chapter 8. "Rhetoric and Motive in Art History: A Shapeshifter's Perspective"
- Part III. Instituting Art History Introduction
- Chapter 9. "On the Institution of Limits"
- Chapter 10. "Remaking Art History: Working Wonder in the University's Ruins"
- Chapter 11. "Deep Innovation and Mere Eccentricity in Islamic Art History
- Chapter 12. "Art, Science, and Evolution"
- Part IV. Old Masters, New Institutions: Art History and the Museum Introduction
- Chapter 13. "Figuring the Origins of the Modern at the Fin de Siecle: The Trope of the Pathetic Male"
- Chapter 14. "Re-Imagining Meaning in the Contemporary Museum: From Things That Go Beep in the Case to the Artist Ex Machina"
- Chapter 15. "(Con)Testing Resources"