JUDAISM AND CHRISTIAN ART: Aesthetic Anxieties from the Catacombs to Colonialism
The thirteen essays in this study reveal that Christian art has always defined itself through the figures of Judaism that it produces. This volume is dedicated to the long history but with special emphasis on the ways in which Christian art deployed cohorts of "Jews" in order to conquer and explore its own territory. Illus.
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