Barbarism revisited revisits well-known and obscure chapters in the genealogy of barbarism from Greek antiquity to the present. Through contemporary interdisciplinary perspectives, it recasts the conceptual history of barbarism as a task for literary scholars, art historians, and cultural analysts.Excerpts from the CUNY Graduate Center Symposiums. PART: Journal of the CUNY PhD Program in Art History 11 (2004): n.pag. Web. 12 July 2013. Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso. Teoria e invenzione futurista. De Maria, Luciano, ed. Milano:anbsp;...
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