Historiographic Invisibilities: The Case of Contemporary Iraqi Art
The exclusion of contemporary Iraqi art from the tradition of art history is rooted in the discourse of Orientalism and globalization.
||Contemporary Iraqi art, Orientalism and globalization, Post colonial cultural identities, The Iraqi Museum of Modern Art
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 9, pp.53-64.
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Nada Shabout is an Assistant Professor of Art History with a background in architecture, fine arts, and the humanities. Her area of specialization and scholarship are in modern and contemporary Arab art and cross-cultural Studies. Her area of current research is contemporary Iraqi art.
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