Breaking the Bronze Ceiling: Women, Memory, and Public Space

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Product Details

Price
$29.95
Publisher
Fordham University Press
Publish Date
Pages
272
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.67 inches | 0.97 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781531506391
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About the Author

Valentina Rozas-Krause (Edited By)
Valentina Rozas-Krause is Assistant Professor in Design and Architecture at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez in Chile and Harvard University Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Fellow (2023-24). She is the author of Ni Tan Elefante, Ni Tan Blanco (Ril, 2014) and the coedited volume Disputar la Ciudad (Bifurcaciones, 2018). These books join peer-reviewed articles in History & Memory, e-flux, Latin American Perspectives, Memory Studies, Anos 90, ARQ, Revista 180, Cuadernos de Antropología Social, and Bifurcaciones alongside chapters in Golpes a la Memoria (Tege, 2019) and Neocolonialism and Built Heritage (Routledge, 2020).

Andrew M. Shanken (Edited By)
Andrew Shanken is Professor of Architectural History and the Director of American Studies at the University of California, Berke-ley. He is the author of 194X: Architecture, Planning, and Consumer Culture on the American Homefront (University of Minnesota Press, 2009) and The Everyday Life of Memorials (Zone Books, 2022).

Reviews

Reassesses the role of women in public art, with a particular focus on the lack of female memorials around the world.-- "Publishers Weekly"
This powerful book asks why women have been so underrepresented in public memorials and how distortion and debasement have played a part in how women have been remembered. Breaking the Bronze Ceiling makes a strong case for how cultural memory--and its mismanagement--have been controlling factors in the treatment of women in public art. The range of approaches makes the chapters lively and thought-provoking.---Susan G. Solomon