About this Journal

Object is the postgraduate research journal of the Department of History of Art at UCL. The essays and reviews included represent the wide range of historical and theoretical concerns of our current research students. The journal maintains three primary objectives: to present ongoing research within the Department to a wide readership; to encourage dialogue and debate around existing and emerging ideas in the field; and to review recent publications and exhibitions presented within the wider cultural context.

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  • Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2020 • Vol 21 (2020)

    Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2020 • Vol 21 (2020)


Front matter


Front Matter

Lauren Rozenberg

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Editorial


Editorial

Lauren Rozenberg

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Contents


Contents

Lauren Rozenberg

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Articles


Cutting the contact zone: race, temporality and history in Peter Lotharius Oxholm’s map of St. Croix (1799)

Helene Birkeli

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Consuming animals in print: being a live cow on Victorian cattle ships

Rosalind Hayes

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A betamale is being beaten

Ivan Knapp

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Reviews


‘Joan Jonas: In the Trees II’, Amanda Wilkinson Gallery, London, 1 October 2018 – 17 November 2018

Michael Green

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'Sixty Years’, Tate Britain, London, April 2019 – present; ‘100% Women’, Richard Saltoun, London, March 2019 - February 2020

Chloe Julius

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'Utrecht, Caravaggio and Europe', Centraal Museum Utrecht, 16 December 2018 - 24 March 2019. Catalogue: Eds. Bernd Ebert and Liesbeth M. Helmus, Munich, 2018, 304 pages, hardback, ISBN: 978-3-7774-3133-8, £45.00.

Alice Marinelli

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‘Mantegna and Bellini’, National Gallery, London, 1 October 2018 - 27 January 2019

Laura Scalabrella Spada

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Chad Elias, Posthumous Images: Contemporary Art and Memory Politics in Post-Civil War Lebanon, Durham, North Carolina, Duke University Press, 2018, 264 pages, paperback, ISBN 9780822347668, $25.95.

Kimberly Schreiber

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Contributors


Contributors

Lauren Rozenberg

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