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In Focus: Blood of a poet box 1965-8 by Eleanor Antin (2019)
Journal Article
Bradnock, L. E. (2019). In Focus: Blood of a poet box 1965-8 by Eleanor Antin. In Focus,

Eleanor Antin (born 1935) is widely regarded as a pioneer in the fields of conceptual, feminist, and performance art. Blood of a Poet Box (L02859) is considered by the artist to have been her first major conceptual work. This multi-chapter project is... Read More

Lousy revolutionaries: fiction, feminism, and failure in Ilene Segalove's The Riot Tapes (1984) (2019)
Journal Article
Bradnock, L. (2019). Lousy revolutionaries: fiction, feminism, and failure in Ilene Segalove's The Riot Tapes (1984). Oxford Art Journal, doi:10.1093/oxartj/kcy031

In 1970, Ilene Segalove was a student at the University of California, Santa Barbara, during a period of violent protests against the American Vietnam War. In 1984, as Ronald Reagan was elected to his second term as US President, Segalove made a vide... Read More

The Sherwood Foresters of 1916: memories and memorials (2018)
Journal Article
Moran, J., & Cullen, F. (2018). The Sherwood Foresters of 1916: memories and memorials. Irish Studies Review, 26(4), 436-454. doi:10.1080/09670882.2018.1514659

This paper examines the memorialisation of the Sherwood Foresters who fought during the Easter Rising of 1916 in Dublin. These men, from Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire in the English midlands, suffered the greatest casualties of the British regiments... Read More

Representing the Irish emigrant: humour to pathos? (2017)
Journal Article
Cullen, F. (2017). Representing the Irish emigrant: humour to pathos?. Visual Culture in Britain, 18(2), doi:10.1080/14714787.2017.1328987

The nineteenth-century artist, Erskine Nicol (1825–1904) is well known for his anecdotal and humorous paintings of Irish themes. This article analyses one of his larger oils to show that on occasion he attempted a more serious representation of the r... Read More

Crowdsourcing avant la lettre: Henri Cordier and French Sinology, ca. 1875-1925 (2016)
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Chang, T. (2016). Crowdsourcing avant la lettre: Henri Cordier and French Sinology, ca. 1875-1925. Esprit Créateur, 56(3), doi:10.1353/esp.2016.0028

This article argues that the French sinologist Henri Cordier (1849-1926) used his private correspondence with a vast international network of diplomats, administrators, missionaries, writers and scholars of every field of Asian studies between the 18... Read More

Unreliable witness: the flaneur as artist and spectator of art in 19th-century Paris (2016)
Journal Article
Wrigley, R. (in press). Unreliable witness: the flaneur as artist and spectator of art in 19th-century Paris. Oxford Art Journal, 39(2), 267-284. doi:10.1093/oxartj/kcw012

The article shows that the well-established association of the flaneur with art, artists is mistaken by reviewing the major primary source texts. It offers an alternative reading of the invention of the flaneur, arguing that it is rooted in early 19... Read More

Walter Hopps's Los Angeles pastoral (2012)
Journal Article
Bradnock, L. E. (2012). Walter Hopps's Los Angeles pastoral. Art Journal, 71(1), doi:10.1080/00043249.2012.10791085

An intriguing tale crops up in oral history interviews conducted with Los Angeles artists and curators of the 1950s. Recounted by the curator Walter Hopps, the artist Craig Kauffman, and the gallerist Jim Newman, it concerns a Midwestern farmer, who,... Read More