MARC Bibliographic Record

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100 1_ $aHuneault, Kristina$eauthor.
245 10 $aI'm not myself at all :$bwomen, art, and subjectivity in Canada /$cKristina Huneault.
246 30 $aWomen, art and subjectivity in Canada.
264 _1 $aMontreal ;$aKingston ;$aLondon ;$aChicago :$bMcGill-Queen's University Press,$c2018.
300    $axiv, 381 pages :$billustrations (some color) ;$c26 cm.
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490 1_ $aMcGill-Queen's/Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation studies in art history
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
520    $a"Notions of identity have long structured women's art. Dynamics of race, class, and gender have shaped the production of artworks and oriented their subsequent reassessments. Arguably, this is especially true of art by women, and of the socially engaged criticism that addresses it. If identity has been a problem in women's art, however, is more identity the solution? In this collection of interpretive essays on nineteenth and early twentieth-century art in Canada, author Kristina Huneault offers a meditation on the strictures of identity, and an exploration of forces that unsettle and realign the self. Looking closely at individual artists and works, Huneault combines formal analysis with archival research and philosophical inquiry, building nuanced readings of objects that range from the canonical to the largely unknown. Whether in miniature portraits or genre paintings, botanical drawings or baskets, women artists reckoned with constraints that limited understandings of themselves and others. They also forged creative alternatives. At times, the author explains, identity features in women's artistic work as a failed project, at other times it marks a boundary, beyond which they were able to expand, explore, and exult. Bringing together settler and indigenous forms of cultural expression and foregrounding the importance of colonialism within the development of art in Canada, I'm not myself at all observes and reactivates historical art by women and prompts readers to consider what a less-restrictive conceptualization of selfhood might bring to current patterns of cultural analysis."--$cProvided by publisher.
505 0_ $aPart One: Identities -- Absence: Henrietta Hamilton, Demasduit, and the settler-colonial encounter -- Displacements: Self and home in the art of Frances Anne Hopkins -- Gaps: lived experience and cultural narrative in Helen McNicoll's impressionist canvases -- Part Two: Forces -- Diversity: Identity, difference, and the botanical encounter -- Inclination: Maternity, reverie, and the art of being-with -- Listening: nature and personhood for Emily Carr and Sewinchelwet (Sophie Frank)
650 _0 $aWomen artists$zCanada.
650 _0 $aArt$zCanada$xHistory.
650 _0 $aArt, Canadian$y19th century.
650 _0 $aArt, Canadian$y20th century.
650 _0 $aIdentity (Psychology) in art.
650 _0 $aWomen in art.
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650 _7 $aWomen artists.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01177159
650 _7 $aWomen in art.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01177826
651 _7 $aCanada$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01204310
650 _6 $aFemmes artistes$zCanada.
650 _6 $aArt$zCanada$xHistoire.
650 _6 $aArt canadien$y19e siècle.
650 _6 $aArt canadien$y20e siècle.
650 _6 $aIdentité (Psychologie) dans l'art.
650 _6 $aFemmes dans l'art.
648 _7 $a1800-1999$2fast
655 _7 $aHistory.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01411628
776 1_ $aHuneault, Kristina, author.$tI'm not myself at all.:$dMontreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2018.$kMcGill-Queen's/Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation studies in art history$kMcGill-Queen's/Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation studies in art history$w(CaOONL)20189010908
830 _0 $aMcGill-Queen's/Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation studies in art history.
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