The work of two faculty members was recently featured in The Routledge Companion to Art and Activism in the Twenty-First Century.
Art history professor Lesley Shipley co-edited the book with Mey-Yen Moriuchi, a professor at La Salle University, and Jennifer Gauthier, professor of media and culture, contributed the chapter “Reel/Real Resurgence: Pasifika Women Filmmakers and Media Activism.”
The book brings together a wide range of geographical, cultural, historical, and conceptual perspectives in a single volume of new essays that facilitate a deeper understanding of the field of art activism—both as it stands today and looking toward the future.
It was designed to be a resource for multiple fields, including art activism, socially engaged art, and contemporary art, that represent the depth and breadth of contemporary art activism worldwide.
For more information, visit www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Companion-to-Art-and-Activism-in-the-Twenty-First-Century/Shipley-Moriuchi/p/book/9780367748173.Tags: art, art history, media and culture