I have taken the 2017 version of this blog and made a book out of it. The book can be purchased for $22.49 here. The entire text is available on this website for free, but the book is nicely printed & formatted.

Note that entries 5-16 are full book chapters. Scroll down & click "older posts" to find them.

As always: all comments, criticism, etc. is welcome, via the website



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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part One
Positions


1   The space between interesting writing and art history
2   The space between interesting writing and visual studies
3   The space between interesting writing and art theory
4   A manifesto, of sorts


Part Two
Cases


5   The idea of exemplary writing in art history
6   Rosalind Krauss
7   T.J. Clark
8   Alexander Nemerov
9   Benjamin Binstock
10 Leo Steinberg
11 The French poststructural model
12 Salvador Dalí
13 Jean Louis Schefer
14 Hélène Cixous
15 Gilles Deleuze
16 Artworks in Fiction: DeLillo, Proust


Part Three
Theories and Institutions


17 Critical theory, criticism, criticality, critique, Kritik
19 Where is nonfiction taught?


Conclusion

20 Invitation to the reader


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