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Theorizing visual studies : writing through the discipline

Author: James Elkins
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2013.
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"This forward-thinking collection brings together over sixty essays that invoke images to summon, interpret, and argue with visual studies and its neighboring fields such as art history, media studies, visual anthropology, critical theory, cultural studies, and aesthetics. The product of a multi-year collaboration between graduate students from around the world, spearheaded by James Elkins, this one-of-a-kind  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Elkins
ISBN: 9780415877930 0415877938 9780415877947 0415877946 9780203079232 020307923X
OCLC Number: 526106420
Description: xv, 303 pages ; 27 cm
Contents: How to use this book / James Elkins --
An introduction to the visual studies that is not in this book / James Elkins --
A short introduction to failure / Kristi McGuire --
An introduction to the visual as argument / James Elkins --
Airborne horses / Mike Gibisser --
Anaesthetics / Kristi McGuire --
Animal / Michelle Lindenblatt --
Animations / Nea Ehrlich --
Arial / Arden Stern --
Ars oblivionalis / Thomas Stubblefield --
Artifact / Lucian Gomoll --
Augmented reality / Horea Avram --
Breathing / Vivian Li --
Collecting / Josephine Landback --
Decolonial / Lara Haworth and Nicole Cormaci --
Diaspora / W. Ian Bourland --
Double-consciousness / Cara Caddoo --
Eleventh prismatic / Samantha Topol --
Ephemeral / Cecilia Aldarondo --
Experimental geography / Andrew Wasserman --
Fetish / Johannes Bruder --
Filiation / Simon Ferdinando --
Frame / R.E.H. Gordon --
Iconoclash / Julia Sonnevend --
Imaginary / W. Keith Brown --
Imaginary twin / Kristi McGuire --
Intertitles / Jana Žilová --
Invisibility / Maureen Burns --
Leviathan / Vera Chiquet --
LTTR / Rebecca Vreeland --
Masquerade / Meghan Chandler --
Metadata / Elizabeth Stainforth and David Thom --
Metaphors / Marco Bohr --
Mimicry / Jessica L. Horton --
Monstrative / Katrina Kuntz --
Monuments / Jess Park --
Nests / Marta Jecu --
Nets / Pirkko Rathgeber --
Non-place / Joel Kuennen --
Objectivity / Andrea Korda --
Obscenity / Josh Guilford --
Observing Julia Marsh --
Ordinary / Katherine Lennard --
Palimpsest / Elise Haddad --
Parafiction / Faye Gleisser --
Performance / Arantxa Echarte --
Performativity / Margaret Ellen Di Guilio --
Politics / Manuel Ramos --
The portrait's look / Jules Sturm --
Queer futures / Álvaro Luís Lima --
Redaction / Katherine Lennard --
Regimes / Amari Peliowski --
Responsivity / Iris Laner --
Sartorientalism / Jaimee K. Comstock-Skipp --
Self-perception / Tenley Bick --
Sexualized / Andrew Salgado --
Street Art / Peter Bengtsen --
Surface / Alicia Chester --
Syntagm / Joel Kuennen --
Temples / Jaimee K. Comstock-Skipp --
Terror / Charlotte Grievson --
Trauma / Margaret Ellen Di Giulio --
Visible woman / Meredith Kooi --
Visualism / Matthew Francis Rarey --
White / Maureen Burns.
Responsibility: edited by James Elkins and Kristi McGuire, with Maureen Burns, Alicia Chester, and Joel Kuennen.

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