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Jenny Holzer is an American born and based conceptual artist. She and her work belong to the 1980s feminist branch of contemporary art, bearing strong similarities to Barbara Kruger’s work. Her work includes installations, billboards, projections, and illuminated electronic displays. …
It makes sense to want to look at power relations as multi-faceted but isn’t the the bigger struggle a black/white story at least in terms of the United States. So, shouldn’t the focus be on that and then deal with gender separately I am finding a great tendency in these writings for the historian to […]
In “Turns of the Kaleidoscope”, Michele Mitchell discusses the changes of the historiography of women’s history. Mitchell addresses the idea that women’s history now takes into account the relationship between race and gender. However this has not always been the case, but now “Historians of Asian American, Latina, American Indian, and African American women were […]