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  • Art history, aesthetics, visual studies
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  • Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute ; Yale University Press, Williamstown, Mass. New Haven : 2002
  • 2002
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • 271 s. ill.
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  • 0300097891
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Art history, aesthetics, and visual studies today find themselves in contested new philosophical and institutional circumstances. This fascinating and challenging volume explores the connections and differences among these three methods of investigating visual representation.

What are the dominant aesthetic assumptions underlying art historical inquiry? How have these assumptions been challenged by visual studies? Are questions of quality, form, content, meaning, and spectatorship culturally specific? Can we still define the parameters of what should properly constitute the objects of the history of art? Fifteen distinguished scholars answer these and other questions, critically examining the relationships among these three scholarly fields from their founding moments through their contemporary practices.

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