The Politics of Art in Modern Egypt

The Politics of Art in Modern Egypt

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Focuses on the changes of the 1920s to 1960s, when polemical discourse and artistic practice against the entrenched and co-opted conservitism of elite and state culture developed. The radical forms of cultural criticism and dissonance that emerged continue to resonate through contemporary activism and dissent.... and his essay, a#39;Modern World History as the Rise of the Rich: A New Paradigm, a#39; History Compass 5/3 (2007): 1026a€“1049. ... 6 My thanks are extended to Mohamed Ali, a PhD student in the Sociology Department at Binghamton University.


Title:The Politics of Art in Modern Egypt
Author: Patrick Kane
Publisher:I.B.Tauris - 2013
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