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Archives of American Art Journal: Spring 2021, Volume 60, Number 1
The Spring 2021 issue of the Archives of American Art Journal (vol. 60, no. 1) showcases new approaches to feminism in and through the Archives, asking: What constitutes a feminist reading of an archive? In what ways do archives serve or challenge feminist art histories? And how can or should we define a feminist archival practice today? The issue also features a diverse set of reflections on the COVID-19 pandemic and the national reckoning with racism in the summer of 2020, including a conversation with scholars and artists on the role the Archives can play in the context of these public crises, and a collection note on the Archives' Pandemic Oral History Project.
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