Handbook of Art and Global Migration
Theories, Practices, and Challenges
Ed. by Dogramaci, Burcu / Mersmann, Birgit
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Aims and Scope
How can we think of art history as a discipline that moves process-based, performative, and cultural migratory movement to the center of its theoretical and methodical analyses?
With contributions from internationally renowned experts, this manual, for the first time, provides answers as to what consequences the interaction of migration and globalization has on research in the field of the science of art, on curatory practice, and on artistic production and theory. The objective of this multi-vocal anthology is to open up an interdisciplinary discourse surrounding the increased focus on the phenomenon of migration in art history.
- 428 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Academics (Art history, history, migration studies, cultural studies)