Anna Novakov is an Associate Professor of Art History at Saint Mary’s College of California. She holds a doctorate from New York University in Art History and Art Education.2008 0-7734-5150-1
This book showcases exciting new trends in Corbusian scholarship. The authors, an international group of architectural historians, draw analogies between Le Corbusier’s machine à habiter
and twentieth-century political and social movements such as Italian and German Fascism and the multi-national New Woman Movement. This book contains twenty black and white photographs and five color photographs.2009 0-7734-4807-1
This work examines the social, cultural and political contexts in which women artists from Europe, Asia, and North America had the opportunity to contribute to their nations’ cultural production. This book contains twenty-nine black and white photographs.