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Critical Ethnic Studies and Visual Culture
This new book series from the University of Washington Press engages insights from critical ethnic studies and visual culture, and encourages innovative interdisciplinary antiracist work that challenges and transforms our understandings of race, ethnicity, and the visual.
Series editor: Laura Kina
Please send book proposals to: Larin McLaughlin
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Art and Activism across the Pacific
From uranium mines on the Navajo Nation to craters caused by nuclear testing on the Bikini and Enewetak Atolls, the production and deployment of nuclear weapon technologies have disproportionately harmed Indigenous lands. Sustained exposure to...
Contemporary Middle Eastern Diasporic Art
Premodern archives from the Middle East show rich and diverse homoerotic worlds that were disrupted by the colonial imposition of Western models of sexuality. Andrew Gayed traces how contemporary Arab and Middle Eastern diasporic artists...