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September 24, 2019

Anthology: Politics as Public Art: The Aesthetics of Political Organizing and Social Movements

Call for Contributors: Scholars, Artists, and Activists

Anthology: Politics as Public Art: The Aesthetics of Political Organizing and Social Movements Edited by: Zoie McNeill and Martin Zebracki

This anthology will provide critical new insights into politics and social movements as inherently aesthetic, moving beyond the arts as political and playing with the political as artistic. It seeks cutting-edge contributions from leading and emerging scholars, artists, and activists that will update and expand notions that have dominated art practices in public spaces since the 1990s, such as ...