The Spectacle of Women: Imagery of the Suffrage Campaign 1907-14

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University of Chicago Press, Mar 31, 1988 - Political Science - 334 pages
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Too "artistic" for political history, too political for the history of art, the visual history of the campaign for women's suffrage in Britain has long been neglected. In this comprehensive and pathbreaking study, Lisa Tickner discusses and illustrates the suffragist use of spectacle—the design of banners, posters and postcards, the orchestration of mass demonstrations—in an unprecedented propaganda campaign.
 

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Contents

4 REPRESENTATION
149
PROLOGUE I Women and Suffragists in Edwardian
160
PRODUCTION Why Types?
167
Women Artists and the Suffrage Campaign 13 The Modern Woman
175
Pictorial Resources 30
182
The Suffrage Atelier Constitution
241
A Checklist of Surviving Posters
250
1913
332
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Tickner is a professor of art history at Middlesex University, England. She has published widely on late nineteenth and early twentieth-century art.

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