n De Arte - Do good fences make good neighbours : reviewing disciplinary borders in art history and visual culture studies : research

Volume 2005, Issue 72
  • ISSN : 0004-3389
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Since the mid-1990s 'visual culture studies' has been making its way into academic programmes and publications, and has been the subject of debate at conferences, courses and in journals. The books dealing with visual culture published since then, have led Norman Bryson, Michael Anne Holly and Keith Moxey (1994), John Walker and Sarah Chaplin (1997), Nicholas Mirzoeff (1998; 1999), Jessica Evans and Stuart Hall (1999), and Malcolm Barnard (1998; 2001) (to name but a few) all evidently to accept the presence of visual culture as an important field of study.

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