Table of contents for A world art history and its objects / David Carrier.

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 Contents
List of Figures and Diagrams
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Overture: Islamic Carpets in European Paintings
1	Works of Art and Art-Historical Narratives
2	Monocultural Art-History Narratives
3	Why Monoculturalism Is Not the Whole Story
4	What Happens when Art-Making Traditions Intersect
5	Charts and Works of Art
6	The Importance of an Aesthetic
7	Exotic Aesthetics
8	How Exotic Can Exotic Art Be?
9	Our World Art History Is Imperialism Seen Aesthetically
10	Mutual Respect as an Ethical Ideal
Conclusion: The Coming Transformation of Western Art History
Selective Annotated Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Art -- Historiography -- Methodology.
Art -- Historiography -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Politics and culture.