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The Power of the Third Voice

Elvan Zabunyan
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La Puissance de la troisième voix
Rasheed Araeen
Rasheed Araeen

Zurich : JRP/Ringier, 2017, 416p. ill. en noir et en coul. 29 x 22cm, eng

Biogr. Expo.

ISBN : 9783037645154

Sous la dir. de Nick Aikens. Préf. de Charles Esche

The Fateful Triangle: Race, Ethnicity, Nation
Stuart Hall, The Fateful Triangle: Race, Ethnicity, Nation

Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 2017, 229p. 19 x 12cm, eng

Bibliogr. Index

ISBN : 9780674976528

Sous la dir. de Kobena Mercer. Préf. d’Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Art and Emergency: Modernism in Twenthieth-Century India
Emilia Terracciano, Art and Emergency: Modernism in Twenthieth-Century India

Londres : I.B. Tauris, 2018, 281p. ill. en noir et en coul. 24 x 16cm, eng

Bibliogr. Index

ISBN : 9781784531096

Phenomenal Difference: A Philosophy of Black British Art
Leon Wainwright, Phenomenal Difference: A Philosophy of Black British Art

Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2017, 225p. ill. en noir et en coul. 24 x 16cm, (Value : Art : Politics), eng

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ISBN : 9781781384176

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Full text document will be published online on May 2019.

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The publication of the three conferences given by Stuart Hall at Harvard in 1994 was necessary, three years after his death. As emphasized by Kobena Mercer in his introduction, they confirm the top...

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Elvan Zabunyan, « The Power of the Third Voice », Critique d’art [Online], 50 | Printemps/été 2018, Online since 25 May 2019, connection on 13 November 2018. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/critiquedart/29320 ; DOI : 10.4000/critiquedart.29320

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About the author

Elvan Zabunyan

Elvan Zabunyan is a contemporary art historian, a professor at the University Rennes 2 and an art critic. Her current research, to be published as a book, focuses on the legacy and memory of slavery in the Americas, in relationship to contemporary art. She recently published “Body and Soul” in Adrian Piper: A Reader (MoMA, 2018) and is co-editing the second issue of the periodical Esclavages et Post-esclavages (CIRESC/CNRS, 2019), devoted to contemporary art and slavery. Her text “Face à l’Atlantique” is published in the volume retracing residencies at the semaphore of the Créac’h in Ouessant (FINIS TERRAE, 2018). She co-ordinates the WP 5 “Artists and Citizens” (which includes the cities of Marseilles, Bristol and Cape Town) for the European programme ECHOES (European Colonial Heritage Modalities in Entangled Cities) for the 2018-2021 period.

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