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In an era of YouTube, podcasts and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), the publication of a series of lectures given by the sociologist Pierre Bourdieu at the Collège de France...
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Emile de Bruijn
Griselda Pollock on the creator of an original art form falling between book, cinema and painting
Life? or Theatre?
LIFE? OR THEATRE?
On an awe-inspiring, enigmatic artist of the Dutch Golden Age
Huigen Leeflang and Pieter Roelofs, editors
On the tingle of art
HOW TO SEE
Frances Wilson on the self-consciousness of bohemia
THE UNFINISHED PALAZZO
Donna M. Lucey
Rediscovering a mysterious photographer
The return from art exile of John Dempsey
DEMPSEY’S PEOPLEDEMPSEY’S PEOPLE
How a medieval Christian poet inspired a Christian, neo-Dadaist maverick
Did Joshua Reynolds paint a portrait of Jane Austen’s aunt?