First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
List of Illustrations. Dedications. Preface. Acknowledgments. Issues in Feminist Culture. Part I. Fine Art Feminist Debate and Fine Art Practices. 1. Painting, Fran Lloyd. 2. Sculpture and Installation, Fiona Carson. 3. Performance Art, Helen Potkin. 4. Multicultural Discourses, Pauline de Souza. 5. Photography, Jessica Evans. Part II. Design Issues in Feminist Design 7. Architecture, Sarah Chaplin. 8. Graphic Design, Teal Triggs. 9. Ceramics, Cheryl Buckley. 10. Textiles, Janis Jeffries. 11. Fashion, Rebecca Arnold. Part III. Mass Media Issues in Feminist Mass Media 12. Film Theory, Sally Stafford. 13. Video, Julia Knight. 14. Cyberfeminism, Sarah Chaplin. 15. Television, Anne Hole. Advertising, Sarah Niblock.
Fiona Carson is an artist and Senior Lecturer in Women's Studies and Art History at the University of East London. Claire Pajaczkowska Senior Lecturer in Visual Culture at Middlesex University. Her most recent book is Perversion.