Vol 2 No 1, 2010

V2N1

Volume 2, Number 1
Special Issue on Visual Arts

CONTENTS

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Editorial

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Criticism

Subjectivity in Art History and Art Criticism
Eleni Gemtou 

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 2-13

Living in the Theme Park: A Textual Tour of Savannah’s Public Squares
Tom Lavazzi  

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 14-33

“Beyond Borders”: Rabindranath Tagore’s Paintings and Visva-Bharati
Amrit Sen 

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 34-43

Soyinka and Yoruba Sculpture: Masks of Deification and Symbolism
Gilbert Tarka Fai 

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 44-49

‘Just as good a place to publish’: Banksy, Graffiti and the Textualisation of the Wall
Anindya Raychaudhuri

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 50-58

Performing and Dying in the name of World Peace: From Metaphor to Real Life in Feminist Performance
Ahu Antmen  

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 59-64

Perspective

Metaphysics and Representation: Derrida’s Views on the Truth in Painting
Chung Chin-Yi

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65-71

Homebirth Advocacy on the Internet
Shira Segal 

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 72-83

Creative

Red Alive
Reynaldo Thompson  PDF Version

 84-87

Utopia
By Sarawut Chutiwongpeti   PDF Version

 88-91

Book Review

Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Fine Arts by by Morton Paley
Josephine A. McQuail   PDF Version

92-95

Word, Image, Text: Studies in Literary and Visual Culture, edited by Shormishtha Panja, Shirshendu Chakrabarti & Christel Devadawson
Debasish Lahiri   PDF Version

 96-98

Picturing the Nation: Iconographies of Modern India edited by Richard Davis
Siddhartha Dasgupta   PDF Version

 99-101

Fashion Design: Process, Innovation and Practice by Kathryn McKelvey and Janine Munslow
Sreecheta Mukherjee   PDF Version

 102-105

About the Contributors   PDF Version

 106-108

 

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The Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities derives its name from ‘rup’ (form) and ‘katha’ (words), which, when combined, mean ‘myth’ in Bengali. The journal gets its inspiration from the etymology and goes by the principle that anything which has a form, visual or mental, can come under focus. Rupkatha was founded as a non-profit non-commercial open access initiative in India in 2008 by Tirtha Prasad Mukhopadhyay and Tarun Tapas Mukherjee and the journal continues to support and spread awareness about OA in India and abroad. More

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