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eBook Federal Art and National Culture: The Politics of Identity in New Deal America (Cambridge Studies in American Visual Culture) download ISBN: 0521442680
Author: Jonathan Harris
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; y First edition edition (October 27, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 250
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A valuable book for collections of American or 20th-century art, this book will help supplement and illuminate collections of primary material. This book examines the role of the visual arts in the United States during the 1930s.

A valuable book for collections of American or 20th-century art, this book will help supplement and illuminate collections of primary material. Art Documentation "It is compelling reading, particularly in light of the current debates over government's role in the arts. Analysing the Federal Art Project, it draws on theories of the state, cultural production, and ideology as they pertain to Roosevelt's social agenda, also considering visual art of the.

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Start by marking Federal Art and National Culture: The Politics of Identity in New Deal America as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Analysing the Federal Art Project, a New Deal agency that organised workers in programmes designed to put the unemployed back to work, it draws on theories of the state, cultural production, and ideology as they pertain to Roosevelt's social agenda. It also considers visual art of the Dep This book examines the role of the visual arts in the United States during the 1930s.

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Federal Art and National Culture: The Politics of Identity in New Deal America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. The Texas Post Office Murals: Art for the People. College Station, Texas: Texas A&M University Press, 2004. The USA: A History in Art. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, 1975.

Harris, Jonathan, Federal Art and National Culture: The Politics of Identity in New Deal America (New York, 1995). 786. 12. Cockcroft, Eva, Abstract Expressionism, Weapon of the Cold War, Artforum 12 (June 1974): 39–41. 13. Guilbaut, Serge, How New York Stole the Idea of Modern Art: Abstract Expressionism, Freedom, and the Cold War (Chicago, 1983).

3 Federal Art and National Culture: The Politics of Identity in New Deal America (Cambridge University Press, 1995: sole author). 4 The Social History of Art in Four Volumes by Arnold Hauser (orig. 1951: Routledge ed. 1999: new General Introduction and 4 specific Introductions: sole author). 5 The New Art History: A Critical Introduction (Routledge, 2001: sole author).

FEDERAL ART AND NATIONAL CULTURE: THE POLITICS OF IDENTITY IN NEW DEAL AMERICA (Cambridge studies i. .Thesis (Ph. -University of Rochester. Program in Visual and Cultural Studies, 2001. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 252-271).Martin Robert Kalfatovic. The discourse of the artist in the university /. Howard.

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14) Regional Cultures Regional culture is a huge part of the culture in the . Religion has always stood as a controversial issue in American and has since the Revolutionary War. Despite this, a wide range of religions.

14) Regional Cultures Regional culture is a huge part of the culture in the United States. There are six major regions that tend to have the wildest differences with regards to local custom and culture. In general, American art refers to painting and visual arts that started to emerge in the 18th Century. Despite this, a wide range of religions are practiced in the Untied States, including Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism and Mormonism.

This book examines the role of the visual arts in the United States during the 1930s. Analysing the Federal Art Project, a New Deal agency that organised workers in programmes designed to put the unemployed back to work, it draws on theories of the state, cultural production, and ideology as they pertain to Roosevelt's social agenda. It also considers visual art of the Depression years in the context of a broader American culture, at a time when radical politics of the left and right were rampant. It engages, moreover, with debates over modernism and modernity in culture and the visual arts.