From Representation to the Biopolitical?

A Review of Gender, artWork and the global imperative: A materialist feminist critique by Angela Dimitrakaki

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  • 1 Art History Department, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, The Open University

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Abstract

This review article considers the position of Angela Dimitrakaki’s 2013 book Gender, artWork and the global imperative: A materialist feminist critique within the field of Art History and feminist politics.

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