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By: Mieke Bal

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Chapter 13: The Object of Visual Culture Studies, and Preposterous History

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The Object of Visual Culture Studies, and Preposterous History
The object of visual culture studies, and preposterous history
MiekeBal
Introduction

Mieke Bal holds the position of Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences Professor. She is also Professor of the Theory of Literature at the University of Amsterdam and A.D. White Professor-at-large at Cornell University. A co-founder of the Visual and Cultural Studies programme at Rochester, Bal has written more than 25 single-authored books. These include Narratology (1985/1997), Quoting Caravaggio (1999), Looking In: The Art of Viewing (2001), Louise Bourgeois’ Spider (2001), and Travelling Concepts in the Humanities (2002). A Mieke Bal Reader was published in 2006. Here Bal speaks about a series of institutional matters that include changes in the landscape of Visual Culture Studies over the last 20 ...

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