Lisa E. Bloom

Lisa E. Bloom is the author of many books and articles in visual culture and feminist art history including her anthology With Other Eyes: Looking at Race and Gender in Visual Culture  that demonstrates that feminist, postcolonial and antiracist concerns can be incorporated into the history of art. She is currently in residence at the Beatrice Bain Center in the Department of Gender and Women's Studies at UC Berkeley completing her latest book, Polar Aesthetics: Art, Feminism and the Climate Crisis in the Arctic and Antarctic that examines aspects of feminist and environmentalist art that conjoins issues routinely kept apart in climate change debates such as the fate of indigenous communities, resurgent nationalisms, globalizing capitalism as well as questions of gender, race, and persistent postcolonial relations.

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