Book "Unsettling Canadian Art History" now available

Nov 7, 2022

"Rethinking visual and material histories of settler colonialism, enslavement, and racialized disapora in the contested white settler state of Canada".

In this publication, fifteen scholars of art and culture address the visual and material culture of settler colonialism, enslavement, and racialized diasporas in the contested white settler state of Canada. In this context, scholar Mark Cheetham examines Häussler’s work “he Named Her Amber”.

Part of the McGill-Queen's/Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation Studies in Art History Series (number 38 in series), edited by Erin Morton.

360 Pages, 8 x 10

76 photos, full colour

Formats: Cloth, Paperback, eBook

Read more: Unsettling Canadian Art History #38