avant-garde

Clement Greenberg, from \Clement Greenberg, from 'Avant Garde and Kitsch' (1939)
Allikas: Art and its Histories: a reader. Ed by Steve Edwards, Yale University Press
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Three important notes about this fileThree important notes about this file
For others of you, framework arguments are just more comfortable. This file is an attempt to engage in the conversation over race for the debaters interested in expanding their argumentative options
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Simon SadlerSimon Sadler
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The Sweetness at the Bottom of the PieThe Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie
I welcome you to the 14th Annual Bates College Store Non-required Reading List, or Good Reads for Leisure Moments XIV. As in the past, this list includes submissions from across the Bates College community
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Abstracts Abbott, Don (University of California, Davis, ca, usa)Abstracts Abbott, Don (University of California, Davis, ca, usa)
Indeed, it often appears that men’s and women’s rhetoric does indeed represent two cultures—two cultures which begin to intersect in the elocutionary movement of eighteenth-century Britain
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Europe in the 1960s: Youth, Culture, and Politics Proposed course by Madigan FichterEurope in the 1960s: Youth, Culture, and Politics Proposed course by Madigan Fichter
Class time will be divided between lectures, and discussions and short in-class writing assignments based on primary sources, including films, music, and political writings
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Aesthetics, Immanence and the Performance of Authority in Late Nineteenth Century MontmartreAesthetics, Immanence and the Performance of Authority in Late Nineteenth Century Montmartre
By Julian Brigstocke. Department of Sociology, Warwick University, Coventry, uk
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Fall 2012 Course List Intro to American StudiesFall 2012 Course List Intro to American Studies
America and American are performed: how notions of citizenship and national identity are constructed through particular acts and actions, from reciting the Pledge of Allegiance to watching football, going shopping, marching on Washington
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Art deco and ChanelArt deco and Chanel
Iliazd and Paul Mansouroff. In 1924 Diaghilev asked Chanel to design costumes for the Ballet Russes’ production of le Train Bleu. The story was set in a seaside resort, an environment which she knew well
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Assessing the future of modern dance, a fragile American art formAssessing the future of modern dance, a fragile American art form
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Kant’s “Formalism”? – Distinguishing between Aesthetic Judgment and an Overall Response to Art in the Critique of JudgmentKant’s “Formalism”? – Distinguishing between Aesthetic Judgment and an Overall Response to Art in the Critique of Judgment
Kant’s “Formalism”? – Distinguishing between Aesthetic Judgment and an Overall Response to Art
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Avant-garde as Software From \"New Vision\" to New MediaAvant-garde as Software From "New Vision" to New Media
Cinéma pur” (also known as “absolute film”), or “photogénie.” Similarly, although not declared in a book, a true visual revolution also took place in graphic design thus “making it new” as well
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