Art historian Dorothy Rowe's new co-edited book
Women, the Arts and Globalization: Eccentric Experience
has just been published. This is the first anthology specifically to explore the relationships between transnational feminism and women's art practices across a range of contemporary media. The essays and interviews in the volume are by leading feminist artists, art historians, sociologists and critics including Deborah Cherry, Jane Beckett, Rosemary Betterton, Angela Dimitrakaki, Marion Arnold, Tracey Warr, Misha Myers, Maggie O'Neill, Lena Simic, Michele Waugh, Florence Ayisi, Mo White, Oreet Ashery, Lubaina Himid and Dorothy Rowe. The book is aimed at critics, curators and scholars interested in the impacts of globalization on contemporary visual culture produced by women.
Full details: Meskimmon, Marsha and Rowe, Dorothy (eds.) Women, the Arts and Globalization: Eccentric Experience (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013)