Culture/War: The Visual Politics of Representation in the Abu Ghraib Photographs
An interdisciplinary panel of four humanities faculty at Rollins College: two artists, an art historian, a philosopher. They trace diverse but related approaches to a common theme their work shares.
||Art, Mapping, Representations, The Real, Interdisciplinary, Visual Organization, Images and Ideology, Beauty
The International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 1, Issue 5, pp.43-50.
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Susan Libby’s areas of research deal with art theory and visual constructions of race in Revolutionary and Napoleonic France, as well as the politics of visual representation in contemporary culture wars. She teaches modern art history and interdisciplinary courses at Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida.
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