Chicago Art Journal: v. 9 (1999)

 

Theme: Tracing Memory
Editors: Nell Andrew and Adam Jolles

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Editors' Statement: Tracing Memory

Articles

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Cheryl Finley: Committed to Memory: The Slave-Ship Icon
And the Black-Atlantic Imagination

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Ann Vollmann Bible: John L. Stoddard, "Distinguished
Lecturer and Traveler": A Case Study of the Oberammergau
Passion Play Published Lecture

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Katherine M. Bourguignon: Blindfolded: 
Matisse and Memory Drawing

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Deborah Gatewood: Epic Transformation: 
The Memory of Roland and the Creation of History 
in the Medieval German Empire

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Gareth Gollrad: The Decline of Painting as a Rhetorical 
Figure of Written History in the Works of Gaston de Lévis and
Madame de Staël

Art and Architecture

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Sa Scholff

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Michael Pinto

Critical Engagements

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Lauri Firstenberg: Performative Recollections:
An Interview with Artists Olu Oguibe and Kendell Geers

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Gillian Whiteley: "Monuments and Cultural Memory after the
End of the Confrontation between East and West

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Kris Imants Ercums: Transience: Chinese Experimental Art at 
the End of the Twentieth Century

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Josh Ellenbogen: Unfinished History