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Title: The Social and Political Significance of Contemporary Craft Art: Feminist Implications in the Work of Miriam Schapiro, Faith Ringgold, and Lenore Tawney
Authors: Ayling, Victoria Rose
Advisors: Dietrich, Dorothea
Department: Art and Archaeology
Class Year: 1993
Extent: 117 Pages
Other Identifiers: 4278
URI: http://arks.princeton.edu/ark:/88435/dsp019p290968w
Location : This thesis can be viewed in person at the Mudd Manuscript Library. To order a copy complete the Senior Thesis Request Form. For more information contact mudd@princeton.edu.
Type of Material: Princeton University Senior Theses
Appears in Collections:Art and Archaeology, 1926-2016

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