Visual Arts Phd Candidate Erin McLeod published in RACAR
The most recent issue of RACAR (Revue d’art canadienne/Canadian Art Revue) (vol. 38, no. 1) contains major contributions from a current student and two alumni from the Department of VIsual Arts at Western.
Volume 30, no.1 contains a prize winning article from doctoral candidate Erin McLeod titled: , "By a Wing and a Tale: Authenticating the Archive in Mohamad-Said Baalbaki’s Al Buraq I The Prophet’s Human-Headed Mount". It also contains a piece by former student Leanne Carroll (BA 05 & MA 07) on artist-writers in the 1950s and 60s, and a co-authored study on women in the arts by Amy Wallace who received her BA in 2009 from Western.
RACAR is published by the Universities Art Association of Canada with the assistance of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. As the one general art history journal in Canada, RACAR's scope reflects the range and diversity of art history practices in Canada.
Articles in this issue include:
Joyce Zemans & Amy C. Wallace, "Where Are the Women? Updating the Account!"
Leanne Carroll, "Artist-Writers: From Abstract-Expressionist Hostility to 1960s Canonicity"
Erin McLeod, "By a Wing and a Tale: Authenticating the Archive in Mohamad-Said Baalbaki’s Al Buraq I The Prophet’s Human-Headed Mount"
Download the current issue of RACAR here: http://www.uaac-aauc.com/en/racar/racar-volume-38-no-1