DOI:10.1086/662520
Corpus ID: 191613214
Toward a Fusion of Art History and Material Culture Studies
Michael E. Yonan
Published 2011
Art

West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture
This essay traces the commonalities and divergences between the discipline of art history and contemporary interdisciplinary material culture studies in order to explain why the two have been so… Expand
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