Writing from the heart
in Writing otherwise
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This essay is a eulogy for Griselda Pollock's long time friend and collaborator, the art historian Rozsika Parker. It reflects on the early years of the women's art movement and feminist art history. It considers how we respond to the death of those close to us, and how this response might be translated into art practice. Throughout, it demonstrates how ‘writing from the heart, characteristic of Rozsika Parker's own practice, informs the writing of this tribute to her.

Writing otherwise

Experiments in cultural criticism

Editors: Jackie Stacey and Janet Wolff


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