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Description: Esthetic Recognition of Ancient Amerindian Art
WORK began in 1983 with retirement from teaching to continuing appointment at Yale University as Senior Research Scholar. Much of the writing was done at the Center for Advanced Visual Study at the National Gallery in Washington as Kress Professor (1985–86). …
PublisherYale University Press
https://doi.org/10.37862/aaeportal.00046.004
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WORK began in 1983 with retirement from teaching to continuing appointment at Yale University as Senior Research Scholar. Much of the writing was done at the Center for Advanced Visual Study at the National Gallery in Washington as Kress Professor (1985–86).
Opportunities to continue research and seminar study came at the University of California in Los Angeles as Arts Council Professor in 1988, and in 1989 as Visiting Scholar at the Getty Center in Santa Monica. In 1990 the Kennedy Professorship at Smith College made another seminar possible.
The writer thanks students and colleagues at these institutions, as well as Judy Metro and Lawrence Kenney at Yale University Press, for their help.
 
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