A meditation on the strictures of identity and an exploration of forces that unsettle and realign the self.
The first edited collection of scholarly essays on women and art in Canada. Includes 13 essays from our 2008 conference.
“A Past as Rich as Our Futures Allow: A Genealogy of Feminist Art in Canada.” An article-length history of feminist art in Canada, published by MAWA (Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art).
A special issue of the Journal of Canadian Art History vol. 34, no. 2 (2013). 305 pages.
Catalogue from The Artist Herself exhibition at the Agnes Etherington Centre and the Art Gallery of Hamilton. The opening of the exhibition coincided with the 2015 CWAHI conference. Includes 36 essays.
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