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  1. Exhausting Dance

    Performance and the Politics of Movement

    By Andre Lepecki

    The only scholarly book in English dedicated to recent European contemporary dance, Exhausting Dance: Performance and the Politics of Movement examines the work of key contemporary choreographers who have transformed the dance scene since the early 1990s in Europe and the US. Through their vivid...

    Published December 12th 2005 by Routledge

  2. In the Aftermath of Art

    Ethics, Aesthetics, Politics

    By Donald Preziosi, Johanne Lamoureux

    Series: Critical Voices in Art, Theory and Culture

    By juxtaposing issues and problems, Donald Preziosi's latest collection of essays, In the Aftermath of Art, opens up multiple interpretive possibilities by bringing to the surface hidden resonances in the implications of each text. In re-reading his own writings, Preziosi opens up alternatives to...

    Published December 1st 2005 by Routledge

  3. Crossing Design Boundaries

    Proceedings of the 3rd Engineering & Product Design Education International Conference, 15-16 September 2005, Edinburgh, UK

    Edited by Paul Rodgers, Libby Brodhurst, Duncan Hepburn

    This book presents over 100 papers from the 3rd Engineering & Product Design Education International Conference dedicated to the subject of exploring novel approaches in product design education. The theme of the book is "Crossing Design Boundaries" which reflects the editors’ wish to...

    Published November 10th 2005 by CRC Press

  4. Art History Versus Aesthetics

    Edited by James Elkins

    Series: The Art Seminar

    In this unprecedented collection, over twenty of the world's most prominent thinkers on the subject including Arthur Danto, Stephen Melville, Wendy Steiner, Alexander Nehamas, and Jay Bernstein ponder the disconnect between these two disciplines. The volume has a radically innovative structure: it...

    Published October 27th 2005 by Routledge

  5. Art and Ventriloquism

    By David Goldblatt

    Series: Critical Voices in Art, Theory and Culture

    This exciting collection of David Goldblatt's essays, available for the first time in one volume, uses the metaphor of ventriloquism to help understand a variety of art world phenomena. It examines how the vocal vacillation between ventriloquist and dummy works within the roles of artist, artwork...

    Published September 26th 2005 by Routledge

  6. Master Narratives and their Discontents

    By James Elkins

    Series: Theories of Modernism and Postmodernism in the Visual Arts

    In this bracing engagement with the many versions of art history, James Elkins argues that the story of modernism and postmodernism is almost always told in terms of four narratives. Works of art are either seen as modern or postmodern, or praised for their technical skill or because of the...

    Published August 16th 2005 by Routledge

  7. Theory for Art History

    Adapted from Theory for Religious Studies, by William E. Deal and Timothy K. Beal

    By Jae Emerling

    Series: theory4

    Theory for Art History provides clear and concise introductions to thirty key figures of contemporary theory: four essential predecessors – Freud, Marx, Nietzsche, and Saussure – and twenty-six major moderns from Adorno to Spivak. This book includes key concepts, biography, survey of...

    Published August 9th 2005 by Routledge

  8. Writing Back to Modern Art

    After Greenberg, Fried and Clark

    By Jonathan Harris

    Here for the first time is a full-length study of the 'critical modernisms' of the three leading art writers of the second half of the twentieth century, which helps us build a better understanding of the development of modern art writing and its relation to the 'post-modern' in art and society...

    Published June 29th 2005 by Routledge

  9. Emotionally Durable Design

    Objects, Experiences and Empathy

    By Jonathan Chapman

    In today's unsustainable world of goods, where products are desired, purchased, briefly used and then promptly landfilled to make way for more, consumption and waste are rapidly spiralling out of control with truly devastating ecological consequences. Why do we, as a consumer society, have such...

    Published June 3rd 2005 by Routledge

  10. Cultural Studies

    March, 19.2

    Published May 19th 2005 by Routledge