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Shipley co-edits book on art activism, Gauthier contributes chapter

Lesley Shipley, art history professor, and Jennifer Gauthier, professor of media and culture

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.

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