VG-(DJ has some faded areas; some pencillings in margins; otherwise only slightly aged overall. ) Beige cloth, brown and illus. dust jacket, 244 pp., BW illus. This collection of seven essays "by art historians and anthropologists deals with the development of Native American art history as a discipline rather than with particular art works or artists. Asking how and why the field came into being, how it was shaped, and why it was defined and modified as it was, the essays address some of the most important methodological and theoretical issues currently under debate." (dj) Essays are by Janet Catherine Berlo, Aldona Jonaitis, Diana Fane, Marvin Cohodas, Ira Jacknis, Margot Blum Schevill, and W. Jackson Rushing.
[0-7748-0433-5] . (Hardcover) Very good in very good dust jacket. 244pp. Illustrations, . id notes, bibliography, index. The dust jacket has minor edgewear and some fading and there is a blank label glued to the front endpaper. Locale: North America. (Art, Art History, Indians of North America, Native Art)
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