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Gay Art, Falkon

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Ott 14, 2012, 4:44pm

given this list is about books, and libraries, I stumbled upon Gay Art, in Gays the Word bookshop, and am surprised how hard it is to find stuff on gay art. I do recognise tho complexities of the terms, and the joins, but is should be a bit easier. This is what library thing is built for.

Ott 22, 2012, 10:23am

This message has the touchstones key next to it, and I have found touchstones in the art history context to be another idea entirely.

I now have the first new text to add to this list, and I have put it into my collection Melicertus.

Methods, theories, art history

She has a section.

There are some references.

Ott 22, 2012, 10:35am

I've now wandered around the shelves at Senate House, which uses Bliss, and #Aquabreezer and found out how difficult it actually is. I presume this is what academics are actually for, I have to make my own bibliography. Lucie - Smith and Emanuel Cooper are obvious starters, but the latter covers only the past 100 years so i don't think that is what I want.

This brings us back to touchstones but first, the references.

Modificato: Ott 22, 2012, 10:47am

OK, now I have,

Sexuality and western art

nope, that has come up wrong, but never the less is something I don't know and looks interesting, so let's put it in anyhow.

Ah, I can edit after I post, that is useful. Now how do I get the right one up?

Lucie-Smith sexuality

ah, now it came up right.

Now if I add an edit I break the sequence of the narrative, but strangely the Arcgaeologia Transatlantica doesn't seem to be in any library in Britain, according to worldcat, I must check Senate House.

Ott 22, 2012, 10:50am

I've noticed the touchstones panel coming up on the side, this is really useful. I think this is a new way of doing bibliography, and for students, doing note making.

The text I have at the moment is eroticism and art

eroticism and art

that gives the right author so it is the right text and this copy is from Senate House.

Now we begin to approach the matter, what do art, eroticism, have to do with one another? How big is this literature, then how much of it is specific to gay and how does that have history.

Maggio 16, 2014, 3:52pm

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