The Woman’s Building and Feminist Art Education

By Marguerite Elliot and Maria Karras

Also available at National Museum of Women in the Arts, and Brooklyn Art Museum

“Teachers and students of women’s art history will value them as well, not only for the essential information they contain, but for the rebellious and playful vitality, outrageous humor, and boldness of vision that erupt through the facts and images on every page….”

—Norma Broude and Mary D. Garrard
Professors Emerita, American University


“The book captures a sense of adventure and excitement and evokes a time of great passion in a changing social landscape.”

—Robert Kagan, Professor Central Connecticut State University



American Artists against War

“Beginning with responses to fascism in the 1930s and ending with protests against the Iraq wars, David McCarthy shows how American artists—including Philip Evergood, David Smith, H. C. Westermann, Ed Kienholz, Nancy Spero, Leon Golub, Chris Burden, Robert Arneson, Joyce Kozloff, Martha Rosler, and Coco Fusco—have borne witness, registered dissent, and asserted the enduring ability of imagination to uncover truths about individuals and nations.”

Marguerite Elliot © 2017. All Rights Reserved.