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Introduction: carnivals, festivals, and pan-Africanism2019 World art 9 (1): 1-3
  • David Murphy
  • Martin Munro
  • Tsitsi Jaji
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Pan-African festivals and visual culture: from the Dakar Festival of 1966 to Dak'Art 2016'
Revealing the ‘trends and confrontations’ of contemporary African-American art through the First World Festival2019 World art 9 (1): 5-26
  • Lindsay J. Twa
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Pan-African festivals and visual culture: from the Dakar Festival of 1966 to Dak'Art 2016'
Big Bird’s minor upset: Frank Bowling’s prize-winning entry to the 1966 Premier Festival Mondial des Arts Nègres2019 World art 9 (1): 27-41
  • Lauren Taylor
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Pan-African festivals and visual culture: from the Dakar Festival of 1966 to Dak'Art 2016'
Tendances et Confrontations: an experimental space for defining art from Africa2019 World art 9 (1): 43-65
  • Joseph L. Underwood
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Pan-African festivals and visual culture: from the Dakar Festival of 1966 to Dak'Art 2016'
The quest for a Pan-African groove: saxophones and stories from the Pan-African Festival of Algiers (1969)2019 World art 9 (1): 67-80
  • Paraska Tolan Szkilnik
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Pan-African festivals and visual culture: from the Dakar Festival of 1966 to Dak'Art 2016'
Inside Dakar’s Musée Dynamique: reflections on culture and the state in postcolonial Senegal2019 World art 9 (1): 81-97
  • Cédric Vincent
  • David Murphy
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Pan-African festivals and visual culture: from the Dakar Festival of 1966 to Dak'Art 2016'
Profiled hands in Palaeolithic art: the first universally recognized symbol of the human form2018 World art 8 (1): 1-19
  • David T.G. Glinnick
  • Jan B.W. Pedersen
  • Walker James W.P.
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Revisiting David Summers' Real Spaces: a neo-pragmatist interpretation2018 World art 8 (1): 21-38
  • C. Oliver O'Donnell
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Crafting objects, crafting affinities, crafting selves: narratives of home and craft from Telangana, India2018 World art 8 (1): 39-58
  • Chandan Bose
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
The translucence of the transhistorical: the case of Korean Dansaekhwa2018 World art 8 (1): 59-84
  • Simon Morley
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Visual art as a way to communicate climate change: a psychological perspective on climate change–related art2018 World art 8 (1): 85-110
  • Christian A. Klöckner
  • Janet K. Swim
  • Liselotte J. Roosen
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Malleable victims and discourses of dominance in Huaca de la Luna2018 World art 8 (2): 111-36
  • Sarahh E.M. Scher
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Monumentalizing the ephemeral in Cairo's revolutionary street art: the case of Ganzeer2018 World art 8 (2): 137-59
  • Jennifer Pruitt
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Contested memorialization: the 1998 Nairobi terror attack on the United States embassy2018 World art 8 (2): 161-85
  • Kiprop Lagat
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Israeli oil paintings sales agents abroad: mediating value for cheap art2018 World art 8 (2): 187-205
  • Elad Yaron
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Flags and landscapes: border art from the Australian goldfields2018 World art 8 (2): 207-24
  • Darren Jorgensen
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Foreign as native: Baltic amber in Florence2017 World art 7 (1): 3-36
  • Tomasz Grusiecki
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Threshold objects: viewing textiles in a colonial Andean painting2017 World art 7 (1): 37-63
  • Gaby Greenlee
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Facing new flows: subjectivity and the colonial encounter in Plains Indian art2017 World art 7 (1): 65-105
  • Max Carocci
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The art of station time: the Aboriginal experience of pastoralism in Australia2017 World art 7 (1): 107-22
  • Darren Jorgensen
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Anamorphosis and seamlessness in contemporary indigenous art2017 World art 7 (1): 123-55
  • Astarte Rowe
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Ferreira Gullar’s art criticism and the debates of concretism in Brazil2017 World art 7 (1): 157-87
  • Renato Rodrigues da Silva
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Anthropological approaches to the relationship between aesthetics and ethics2017 World art 7 (2): 189-206
  • Magdalena Crǎciun
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908introduction to special issue 'Aesthetics and ethics: anthropological perspectives'
I love the smell of napalm in the morning: aesthetics against society2017 World art 7 (2): 207-26
  • Christopher Pinney
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Aesthetics and ethics: anthropological perspectives'
Art as ethical practice: anthropological observations on and beyond theatre2017 World art 7 (2): 227-51
  • Jonas Tinius
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Aesthetics and ethics: anthropological perspectives'
The tears of the hip-hoptivist or the rock and the hard place: social practice in the Philippines2017 World art 7 (2): 253-82
  • Clara Balaguer
  • Rafael Schachter
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Aesthetics and ethics: anthropological perspectives'
On ruination: piercing the skin of communism in 1990s Romania2017 World art 7 (2): 283-306
  • Gabriela Nicolescu
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Aesthetics and ethics: anthropological perspectives'
Catholic in Kraków? Fur, the ethic of attribution, and when non-religious things conform to religious aesthetics2017 World art 7 (2): 307-27
  • Siobhan Magee
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Aesthetics and ethics: anthropological perspectives'
Aesthetics, ethics and fashionable veiling: a debate in contemporary Turkey2017 World art 7 (2): 329-52
  • Magdalena Crǎciun
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Aesthetics and ethics: anthropological perspectives'
The ethics of Orthodoxy as the aesthetics of the local church2017 World art 7 (2): 353-71
  • Timothy Carroll
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Aesthetics and ethics: anthropological perspectives'
Ethics and aesthetics: afterword2017 World art 7 (2): 373-80
  • Roger Sansi
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Aesthetics and ethics: anthropological perspectives'
At work in the archive: introduction to special issue2016 World art 6 (1): 3-17
  • Ferdinand de Jong
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'At work in the archive'
Portraits Against Amnesia: archival recuperation in the work of Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie2016 World art 6 (1): 19-44
  • Emma Doubt
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'At work in the archive'
Transmuting Australian Aboriginal photographs2016 World art 6 (1): 45-60
  • Jane Lydon
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'At work in the archive'
Photography against the grain: rethinking the colonial archive in Kenyan museums2016 World art 6 (1): 61-83
  • Annie E. Coombes
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'At work in the archive'
Going beyond the archival grid: Carl Beam and Greg Curnoe’s decolonization of a colonizing space2016 World art 6 (1): 85-102
  • Stacy A. Ernst
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'At work in the archive'
The archive as construction site: collective memory and trauma in contemporary art from Angola2016 World art 6 (1): 103-23
  • Nadine Siegert
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'At work in the archive'
Archiving the First World Festival of Negro Arts (Dakar 1966): recuperation, nostalgia and utopianism2016 World art 6 (1): 125-46
  • David Murphy
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'At work in the archive'
The art practice of Carlos Motta and the archive as tool for re-enactment and communication2016 World art 6 (1): 147-67
  • Stefanie B. Koegler
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'At work in the archive'
Artists’ archives and the sites of memory in Cairo and Algiers2016 World art 6 (1): 169-85
  • Kerstin Silja Pinther
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'At work in the archive'
The 'masterpiece': a social or neural phenomenon?2016 World art 6 (2): 187-201
  • John Onians
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Marcel Ducham: nothing but a masterpiece2016 World art 6 (2): 203-31
  • Astrid Honold
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Rosanna Raymond's SaVAge K'lub at the 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of contemporary art2016 World art 6 (2): 233-46
  • Karen Jacobs
  • Rosanna Raymond
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‘Free and easy wandering’: Agnes Martin and the limits of intercultural dialogue2016 World art 6 (2): 247-68
  • Simon Morley
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Tatami and wood: ink rubbings and the discussion of materiality in postwar Japanese calligraphy and art2016 World art 6 (2): 269-91
  • Eugenia Bogdanova Kummer
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Fuelling museums and art fairs in Peru’s capital: the work of the market and multi-scale assemblages2016 World art 6 (2): 315-37
  • Giuliana Borea
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Negotiating histories: through tradition and participation in contemporary East Asia2015 World art 15 (1): 5-19
  • Yuko Kikuchi
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908introduction to special issue 'Negotiating histories'
Posthistorical traditions in art, design, and architecture in 1950s Japan2015 World art 15 (1): 21-38
  • Kenji Kajiya
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Negotiating histories'
Qiu Zhijie as historian: media critique as a mode of critical historical research2015 World art 15 (1): 39-61
  • Birgit Hopfener
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Negotiating histories'
Plastic tradition: Jeong-hwa Choi’s artworks and the work ethic of Korea’s developmental era2015 World art 15 (1): 63-86
  • Jung-Ah Woo
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908in special issue 'Negotiating histories'