AuthorsVincent, Alana M.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis book chapter discusses nationalism, art, and the invention of aniconism; the Bezalel School; and the Vitebsk School.
CitationVincent, A. (2014). Topos and Utopia: The place of art in the Revolution. In E. Namli, J. Svenungsson, & A. M. Vincent (Eds.), Jewish thought, Utopia and Revolution (pp. 95-110). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi.
DescriptionThis is the author's post-refereed, pre-print version of an article published by Rodopi, 2014, reproduced with kind permission from Koninklijke Brill.
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