Catherine Lord, "Their Memory is Playing Tricks on Her: Toward a Calligraphy of Rage"

Richard Meyer, "Hard Targets: Male Bodies, Feminist Art, and Force of Censorship in the 1970s"

Valelrie Smith, "Abundant Evidence: Black Women Artists of the 1960s and 70s"

Peggy Phelan, "The Returns of Touch"

additional readings online and in WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution

 

Linda Nochlin, “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?” from Women,

Art and Power and Other essays, Westview Press, 1988 (147-158)

                www.miracosta.edu/home/gfloren/nochlin.htm

Audre Lorde, “The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House”

(1984) http://lists.econ.utah.edu/pipermail/margins-to-center/2006

Peggy Phelan, “The Returns of Touch: Feminist Performances, 1960-80” in

WACK! (pp.346-361)

Valerie Smith, “abundant evidence: Black women Artists of the 1960s and

70s,” in WACK! (PP. 400-413)

Catherine Lord, “Their Memory is Playing Tricks on Her: Notes Toward a

Calligraphy of Rage,” in WACK! (pp.440-457)

 

Laura Mulvey, Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema"

Henry Sayre, "A New Persona: Feminism and the Art of the Seventies"

 

Taking Notes