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Writing about the writing about writing the history and theory of visual artthis book, coauthored by two speculative and critical art historians, constructs an intriguing hall of mirrors that lures its reader into being inescapably reflective about our too often workaday discipline.Writing Art History, Margaret Iversen and Stephen Melville add Faced with an increasingly media-saturated, globalized culture, art historians have begun to ask themselves challenging and provocative questions about the nature of their discipline.
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History: Disciplinary Departures, by Margaret Iversen and Stephen Melville.
Spurred by global economic contractions, by the attention of politicians, legislators, and pundits, and certainly also by the historical curiosity and critical orientation of its ranks, the academy at present is in the thrall of self-scrutiny.
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