This series provides a forum for works on aspects of American art that implement methods drawn from related disciplines in the humanities, including literature, postmodern cultural studies, gender studies, and "new history." It includes studies that focus on a specific set of creative circumstances and critical responses to works of art, and that situate the art and artists within a historical context of changing systems of taste, strategies for self-promotion, and ideological, social, and political tensions.
General Editor: Patricia Hills, Boston University
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