Art and Identity at the Water's Edge

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Tricia Cusack
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2012 - Art - 256 pages
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Covering a broad scope of space and time, the essays in this collection explore ways in which the edges of the sea and of the river have been imagined, appropriated, designed, and represented in various places at different times.
 

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Contents

The Nation at the Edge
10
Conflicts of Identity at the Waters Edge
11
The Architecture and Exhibits of Australian
69
Modernity and Identity
123
The Emergence of
141
Visual Culture and National Regeneration
161
The Edge of Reason? Dockside and Riverbank
177
River Romance in Breslau
193
Commercial Photography at the Waters Edge
229
Index
247
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About the author (2012)

Tricia Cusack's publications include Riverscapes and National Identities (2010); Art, Nation and Gender (co-edited; Ashgate 2003), and numerous articles. She teaches at the University of Birmingham.

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