Table of contents for The art of art history : a critical anthology / edited by Donald Preziosi.

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Making the Visible Legible, Donald Preziosi
Chapter 1. Art as History
Reflections on the Imitation of Greek Works in Painting and Sculpture, Johann Joachim Winckelmann
Winckelmann Divided: Mourning the Death of Art History, Whitney Davis
Patterns of Intention, Michael Baxandall
Chapter 2. Aesthetics
What is Enlightenment?, Immanuel Kant
The Critique of Judgement, Immanuel Kant
Philosophy of Fine Art, G. W. F. Hegel
Chapter 3. Style
Principles in Art History, Heinrich Wolfflin
"Form", Nineteenth-Century Metaphysics, and the Problem of Art Historical Description, David Summers
Style, Meyer Schapiro
Style, Ernst Gombrich
Chapter 4. History as an Art
Leading Characteristics of the Later Roman Kunstwollen, Alois Riegl
Images from the Regions of the Pueblo Indians, A. Warburg
Warburg's Concept of Kunstwissenschaft and its Meaning for Aesthetics, Edgar Wind
Retrieving Warburg's Tradition, Margaret Iversen
Chapter 5. Mechanisms of Meaning: Iconography and Semiology
Semiotics and Iconography, Hubert Damisch
Semiotics and Art History, Mieke Bal and Norman Bryson
Et in Arcadia Ego: Poussin and the Elegiac Tradition, E. Panofsky
Toward A Theory of Reading in the Visual Arts: Poussin's The Arcadian Shepherds, Louis Marin
Chapter 6. Modernity and its Discontents
Sculpture in the Expanded Field, Rosalind Krauss
What Is an Author?, Michel Foucault
The Allegorical Impulse: Toward a Theory of Postmodernism, Craig Owens
Mapping the Postmodern, Andreas Huyssen
Chapter 7. The Gendered Subject
The Art Historical Canon: Sins of Omission, Nanette Salomon
Sexuality and/in Representation: Five British Artists, Lisa Tickner
No Essential Femininity, Mary Kelly and Paul Smith
Postfeminism, Feminist Pleasures, and Embodied Theories of Art, Amelia Jones
Chapter 8. Deconstruction and the Limits of Interpretation
The Temptation of New Perspectives, Stephen Melville
The Origin of the Work of Art, Martin Heidegger
The Still Life as a Personal Object, Meyer Schapiro
Restitutions of the truth in pointing [pointure], Jacques Derrida
Chapter 9. The Other: Art History and/as Museology
Orientalism and the Exhibitionary Order, Timothy Mitchell
Civilising Rituals: Inside Public Art Museums, Carol Duncan
The Recalcitrant Object: Culture Contact and the Question of Hybridity, Annie E. Coombes
Nestor Garcia Canclini
Donald Preziosi
Afterword, Notes, Bibliographic Essay, Biographical Notes, Text Acknowledgements, List of Illustrations, Glossary, Index

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Art -- Historiography.