Anthropologies of art

Mariët Westermann (ed.)

Title:Anthropologies of art
Place:Williamstown, Mass.
Publisher:Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
ISBN:0931102553 (Clark pbk.), 0300103530 (Yale)


vii  Mariët Westermann, Introduction: The Objects of Art History and Anthropology
3  David Freedberg, Warburg's Mask: A Study in Idolatry
26  Francesco Pellizzi, On the Margins of Recorded History: Anthropology and Primitivism
41  Hans Belting, Toward an Anthropology of the Image
59  Ikem Stanley Okoye, Linger or Flee? Pieter Aertsen, "Iguegha Uhe," Michel Leiris
89  Suzanne Preston Blier, Trancending Places: A Hybrid, Multiplex Approach to Visual Culture
111  Jonathan Hay, The Functions of Chinese Painting: Toward a Unified Field Theory
124  Howard Morphy, Seeing Indigenous Australian Art
143  Sarah Brett-Smith, The Knowledge of Women
164  Steve Bourget, But Is it Art? The Complex Roles of Images in Moche Culture, an Ancient Andean Society of the Peruvian North Coast
178  Janet Catherine Berlo, Anthropologies and Histories of Art: A View from the Terrain of Native North American Art History
195  Anna Grimshaw, Reconfiguring the Grounf: Art and the Visualization of Anthropology
221  Shelly Errington, History Now: Post-Tribal Art
242  Ruth B. Phillips, The Value of Disciplinary Difference: Reflections on Art History and Anthropology at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century