Etched in Memory: The Building and Survival of Artistic Reputation

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University of Illinois Press, 1990 - Art - 437 pages
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Seeks to understand the process whereby some producers of culture but not others come to be considered worth remembering. Through a combination of sleuthing and analytical rigor, the authors bring to light the lives and artistic careers of 126 British and 160 American etchers, equally divided between men and women.

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Lang is a professor of communications with joint appointments in political science and sociology at the University of Washington.

Lang was a professor of sociology and political science at Stony Brook before becoming Director of the School of Communications at the University of Washington.

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