Examines the social, cultural and political contexts in which women artists from Europe, Asia, and North America had the opportunity to contribute to their nations' cultural production.
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"... explores from a number of disciplinary perspectives, the many facets of what it meant to be a woman actively engaged in cultural production during a time of great social opportunity, but also economic collapse and a series of conservative backlashes that often played out in the arenas of sexual politics and equality." - Prof. Whitney Chadwick San Francisco State University" --0
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