Constructing the Memory of War in Visual Culture since 1914: The Eye on War

Constructing the Memory of War in Visual Culture since 1914: The Eye on War

by Ann Murray (Editor)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781138502970
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 01/05/2018
Series: Routledge Research in Art and Politics Series
Pages: 294
Product dimensions: 6.75(w) x 9.75(h) x (d)

About the Author

Ann Murray holds a PhD from University College Cork. She is currently writing a book on the war art of Otto Dix.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents:

List of Figures

List of Contributors

Part 1: Home Front

Chapter 1: ‘Picturing’ World War I: German War Bond Posters and the Modern Public
Claire Whitner

Chapter 2: ‘Our lovely countryside’. Capturing the Image of Britain at War in Commercial Advertising, 1939–1945
David Clampin

Chapter 3: Picturing War’s Affects on the Home Front during the First World War
Catherine Speck

Chapter 4: America’s Forgotten Soldier Art: The World War Two Camp Art
Peter Harrington

Chapter 5: Official Art of World War II by British Women Artists: Directing the Gaze
Elizabeth de Cacqueray

Part II: Art, Activism and Resistance

Chapter 6: Strategies of Liberation: Jean Dubuffet’s Métro Series
Caroline Perrett

Chapter 7: Laughter at war
Anna Markowska

Chapter 8: Another Egyptian Revolution: Khayamiya as War Art
Sam Bowker

Chapter 9: Art and Conflict Resolution: Bloody Sunday, Northern Ireland
Maebh O’Regan

Chapter 10: Terms of Engagement: Critical Reflections in Contemporary Canadian War Art
Christine Conley

Part III: Traumatic Memory and Victimhood

Chapter 11: Kārlis Padegs’ Red Laugh – the High Song of Insanity
Jānis Kalnačs

Chapter 12: Vietnam: Memory of Desecration in Brian dePalma’s Casualties of War
Nanette Norris

Chapter 13: The Soldier’s Diary: A Record of Erased Time
Agne Narušytė

Chapter 14: The Fakhouri File: Traumatic Memory in the work of Walid Raad
Anna Rådström

Chapter 15: Polyrhythmics and Migrating Voices
Leonida Kovač

Part IV: Collective Memory and Commemoration

Chapter 16: A Paroxysm of Battle Painting: Adriano de Sousa Lopes and the Great War
Carlos Silveira

Chapter 17: Let There be No More War: Jack B. Yeats’s Grief in Context
Elizabeth Ansel

Chapter 18: Remembering Port-Said 1956: Images of Popular Resistance in Egyptian Documentaries
Rania Abdelrahman

Chapter 19: Visualising an ‘Orphaned’ Nation: Orphan Photographs of the Korean War in Visual Culture
Jung Joon Lee

Chapter 20: A Lost State of Plenitude: Commemorating the Homeland War in Public Spaces in Croatia
Sandra Križić Roban

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