Equality and equal opportunity are two terms that have changed or have been redefined over the last 100 years in America. The fathers of our constitution wanted to establish justice and secure liberty for the people of the United States. They wrote about freedom and equality for men, but historically it has not been practiced. In the twentieth century large steps have been made to make the United States practice the ideals declared in the Constitution and Bill of Rights. The major changes following Rosa Park’s refusal to give up her bus seat to a young white man and the Brown v. Board of Education trial in 1954. These Supreme Court rulings altered American society and began the desegregation and integration movements. In the 1950’s many writers took interest in writing about segregation, desegregation, integration and black history in general. Many historians write about segregation still existing today and the problems in which integration never had the chance to correct.
Many works about desegregation were written in the years to follow, was it a good idea and would it last? Murray Friedman, Roger Meltzer and Charles Miller put a collection of essays together in the mid 70’s discussing integration and the many different views pertaining to desegregation in its first fifteen years. Major changes have taken place in American lives that have not been fully absorbed in our thinking that cause confusion and bitterness. The authors agree that the original goal of civil rights forces was the dismantling of school systems segregated under law, despite the strong resistance, was successful in some places. Pennsylvania is one state that issued programs to integrate schools that were successful. Another topic addressed in New Perspectives on School Integration is the study of ethnic groups in schools. At the time programs only study the present or dominant ethnic group at a specific school. It changes from school to school rather than teaching ethnicities of many different American groups. The goal in teaching American ethnic culture should include a wide range of content. If schools were to teach all ethnicities to every child, no matter their race, it would benefit and prepare students whom will be entering an integrated society instead of a desegregated society.
Desegregation effects on the achievements of black and white students show improvement. James Coleman.
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. States was founded on principles of equality, liberty and the right to exercise them freely. In the Constitution the ideals of the American Creed have thus become the highest law of the land. Kozol also describes the American Dilemma and brings it to life for his readers. The values of the American Creed have historically not extended on a equal basis. The fallacy lies in the ideals of American foundations, if Americans would live up to the lofty ideals, then the race problem in the United States would disappear. Segregating still does exist today and will keep living until we are able to go into cities and change their education program and make funding and instruction equal.
Friedman, M. R. Meltzer, C. Miller. New Perspectives on School Integration. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1979
Harris, Ian M. Criteria for Evaluating School Desegregation in Milwaukee. The Journal of Negro Education, Vol.52, No.4 (Autumn, 1983), 423-435.
Kozol, Jonathan. Savage Inequalities: Children in America’s Schools. New York, New York: Crown Publishers Inc. 1992.
Samuels, Albert L. Black Colleges and the Challenge to Desegregation. Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 2004.
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Australian and New Zealand Art History Historiographical Bibliography Incorporating the Australian Art and Design History bibliography Including texts relating to interiors, architecture, furniture, decorative arts and crafts; texts published pre-1995, including certain primary sources Prepared by Professor Peter McNeil Compiled by Dr Benjamin Thomas Journal of Art Historiography Number 4 June 2011
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Thomas and McNeill Australian and New Zealand Art Historiography Bibliography CONTENTS ART HISTORIOGRAPHICAL INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS, PATRONS, COLLECTORS – biography/ monographic studies INDIGENOUS ART - Australian and New Zealand GENERAL WORKS - - - - - - - - - Colonial Period Victorian Period Australian Impressionist School Modernism Contemporary Collections Australian Landscape Cross - cultural influence Survey works PHOTOGRAPHY ART EDUCATION WOMEN AND ART ART MARKET CONTEMPORARY ART AUSTRALIAN ART AND DESIGN HISTORY prepared by Professor Peter McNeil - relating to interiors, furniture, decorative arts and crafts, published pre 1995, including certain primary sources ORAL HISTORIES THESES AND UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS 2
Thomas and McNeill Australian and New Zealand Art Historiography Bibliography ART HISTORIOGRAPHICAL ANDERSON, Jaynie, ‗Smith of the Antipodes‘, Modern Painters, 1: 3, 1988, 91-2. ANDERSON, Jaynie, ‗In homage to Ursula Hoff on her ninetieth birthday‘, Art in Australia, 38: 2, 1999, 250-57. ANDERSON, Jaynie, ‗Art history‘s history in Melbourne: Franz Philipp in correspondence with Arthur Boyd‘, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 1: 2, 2000, 111-29. ANDERSON, Jaynie, ‗Ursula Hoff, 1909-2005‘, Art and Australia, 43: 1, Spring 2005, 27. ANDERSON, Jaynie, ‗Interrogating Joe Burke and His Legacy‘, Joseph Burke Lecture 2005, published in Melbourne Art Journal, 8, 2005, 88-101. BEILHARZ, Paul, ‗Bernard Smith – Imagining the Antipodes‘, Thesis Eleven: critical theory and historical sociology, 38, May 1994, 93-103. BRADLEY, Anthony and SMITH, Terry, Australian art and architecture: essays presented to Bernard Smith, Melbourne: OUP, 1980. BUTLER, Rex, A secret history of Australian art, St. Leonards: Craftsman House, 2002. BUTLER, Rex, ed, What is appropriation. an anthology of critical writings on Australian art in the „80s and „90s, Sydney: Power Publications and Institute of Modern Art, 1996. BUTLER, Rex, ed, Radical revisionism: an anthology of writings on Australian art, Fortitude Valley: Institute of Modern Art, 2005. BUTLER, Rex, and DONALDSON, A.D.S. ‗Outside in: Against a history of reception‘, Art and Australia, 46: 3, Autumn 2009, 432-37. COURSE, Laurence, Professor Emeritus Sir Joseph Burke, KBE: Foundation Professor of The Herald Chair of Fine Arts at the University of Melbourne, 1947-1979, Melbourne: Victorian Artists‘ Society, 1992. EICHBERGER, Dagmar, ‗Ursula Hoff: a tribute‘, Melbourne Art Journal, 3, 1999, 3-4. GALBALLY, Ann and PLANT, Margaret, ed, Studies in Australian art, Melbourne: Department of Fine Arts, University of Melbourne, 1978. HOFF, Ursula, ‗Comments on the London Art Scene‘, lecture delivered at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 25 August 1977. HOFF, Ursula, ‗Observations on art history in Melbourne 1946-1964‘, Australian Journal of Art, 3, 1983, 5-9. HOLDEN, Colin, ‗Insights from Ursula Hoff‘s Diaries while Felton Bequest Adviser‘, Melbourne Art Journal, 8, 2005, 112-15. 3
Thomas and McNeill Australian and New Zealand Art Historiography Bibliography HOLDEN, Colin, The Outsider: a portrait of Ursula Hoff, Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2009. KEITH, Hamish, The big picture: a history of New Zealand art from 1642, Auckland: Godwit, 2007. LAUSCH, Monica, ‗Franz Philipp and the Vienna School of Art History in Australia‘, Melbourne Art Journal, 8, 2005, 116-27. LINGARD, Bob and CRAMER, Sue, eds, Institute of Modern Art: a documentary history 1975- 1989, Brisbane: Institute of Modern Art, 1989. McCAUGHEY, Patrick, The Bright Shapes and the True Names: A memoir, Melbourne: The Text Publishing Company, 2003. McQUEEN, Humphrey, ‗Critic and Community, Some Recent Writings of Bernard Smith‘, Meanjin, 36: 1, May 1977, 42-45. MACDONALD, J.S. ‗Bernard Hall and the Victorian National Gallery School‘, Art in Australia, 3: 34, October-November 1930, 61-64. MINCHIN, Jan, ‗Basil Burdett‘, Art and Australia, 17: 4, Winter 1980, 369-73. MISSINGHAM, Hal, They‟ll Kill you in the End, Pymble: Angus and Robertson, 1973. MOORE, William, The Story of Australian Art – From the earliest known art of the continent to the art of to-day, 1, Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1980 (first published 1934). MOORE, William, The Story of Australian Art: from the earliest known art of the continent to the art of to-day, 2, Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1980 (first published 1934). PALMER, Sheridan, ‗Dr Ursula Hoff: Museology and Masterpieces‘, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 6: 1, 2005, 115. PALMER, Sheridan, ‗Ursula Hoff and the German Tradition‘, Melbourne Art Journal, 8, 2005, 102-11. PALMER, Sheridan, Centre of the periphery: three European art historians in Melbourne, North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Press, 2008. PALMER, Sheridan, ‗The importance of being Bernard Smith, Art and Australia, 46: 4, Winter 2009, 576-579. PHILIPP, Franz and STEWART, June, eds, In Honour of Daryl Lindsay: essays and studies, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1964. PLANT, Margaret, ‗Professor Joseph Burke 1913-1992‘, Art Monthly Australia, 50, June 1992, 22. 4
Thomas and McNeill Australian and New Zealand Art Historiography Bibliography SLATER, John, Through Artists‟ Eyes: Australian Suburbs and Their Cities 1919-1945, Melbourne: Melbourne University Publishing, 2004. SMITH, Bernard, Place, Taste and Tradition: A study of Australian Art since 1788, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1979 (first published 1945). SMITH, Bernard, ‗Modernism and Post-Modernism: Neo-Colonial Viewpoints – Concerning the Sources of Modernism and Post-Modernism in the Visual Arts‘, Thesis Eleven, 38, May 1994, 104- 117. SMITH, Bernard, A pavane for another time, Melbourne: MacMillan, 2002. SMITH, Bernard, ‗On writing art history in Australia‘, Thesis Eleven, 82, August 2005, 5-15. SMITH, Terry, ‗Writing the History of Australian Art: Its Past, Present and Possible Future‘, Australian Journal of Art, 3, 1983, 10-29. SMITH, Terry, Constructing the history of Australian art: eight critiques, Sydney: Power Institute of Fine Arts, University of Sydney, 1986. THOMAS, Benjamin, ‗Caught on film: the story of Melbourne‘s original visual archive‘, Melbourne: emaj: online journal of art, 3, 2008. THOMAS, Benjamin, Joe Burke‟s Legacy: the history of art history in Melbourne, exhibition catalogue, Melbourne: University of Melbourne, 2008. ZDANOWICZ, Irene, ‗Ursula Hoff, AO, OBE, 1909-2005‘, Art Bulletin of Victoria 45, Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, 2005, 68. INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS, PATRONS, COLLECTORS – biography/ monographic studies BRADLEY, Anthony, The art of Justin O‟Brien, Sydney: Craftsman‘s Press, 1982. BURKE, Joseph, The Paintings of Russell Drysdale, Sydney: Ure Smith, 1955. CATALANO, Gary, The solitary watcher: Rich Amor and his art, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2001. EAGLE, Mary, The oil paintings of Arthur Streeton in the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 1994. EAGLE, Mary and MINCHIN, Jan, The George Bell School: students, friends, influences, Melbourne: Deutscher Art Publications; Sydney: Resolution Press, 1981. EAGLE, Mary, The art of Rupert Bunny in the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 1991. 5
Thomas and McNeill Australian and New Zealand Art Historiography Bibliography EAGLE, Mary, Rupert Bunny: an Australian in Paris: an Australian National Gallery exhibition, Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 1991. EAGLE, Mary, The oil paintings of E. Phillips Fox in the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 1997. EAGLE, Mary, The oil paintings of Tom Roberts in the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 1997. EAGLE, Mary, The oil paintings of Charles Conder in the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 1997. EAGLE, Mary, Peter Purves Smith: a painter in peace and war, Roseville: Beagle Press, 2000. FRY, Gavin, Rick Amor, Roseville: Beagle Press, 2010 (first published 2008). FRY, Gavin, Albert Tucker, Roseville: Beagle Press, 2010 (first published 2006). GALBALLY, Ann, The art of John Peter Russell, South Melbourne: Sun Books, 1977. GALBALLY, Ann, Frederick McCubbin, Melbourne: Hutchinson Publishing, 1985 (first published 1981). GALBALLY, Ann, Charles Conder: the last bohemian, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2003. GALBALLY, Ann, A remarkable friendship: Vincent van Gogh and John Peter Russell, Melbourne: Melbourne University Publishing, 2008. HELMER, June, George Bell: The Art of Influence, Melbourne: Greenhouse Publications, 1985. HOFF, Ursula, Charles Conder: His Australian Years, Melbourne: National Gallery Society of Victoria, 1960. HOFF, Ursula, Charles Conder, Melbourne: Lansdowne Press, 1972. HOLDEN, Colin, Lionel Lindsay in Spain: an antipodean abroad, Melbourne: Miegunyah Press, 2003. JOHNSON, Heather, 'Manifestations of Sydney Modernism: the Later Australian Work of Roy de Maistre 1925-1930', Australian Journal of Art, 6, 1987, 71-91. JOHNSON, Heather, Roy de Maistre. The Australian Years 1894-1930, Roseville: Craftsman House, 1988. KLEPAC, Lou, James Gleeson: Landscape out of Nature, Roseville: Beagle Press, 1984. KLEPAC, Lou, Judy Cassab: Artists and Friends, Roseville: Beagle Press, 1988. 6
Thomas and McNeill Australian and New Zealand Art Historiography Bibliography KLEPAC, Lou, Nora Heysen, Roseville: Beagle Press, 1989. KLEPAC, Lou, Kenneth Jack: printmaker, Roseville: Beagle Press, 1998. KLEPAC, Lou, ed, Australian Painters of the Twentieth Century, Roseville: Beagle Press, 2000. KLEPAC, Lou, WACH, Ken, FREE, Renee and JAMES, Bruce, with selected writing by GLEESON, James, James Gleeson, Roseville: Beagle Press, 2004. KLEPAC, Lou, Horace Trenerry, Roseville: Beagle Press, 2009. KOLENBERG, Hendrik, Lloyd Rees: Etchings and Lithographs, Roseville: Beagle Press, 1986. MASKILL, David, ‗Imperial Lines: Harold Wright (1885-1961): Printmaking and Collecting at the End of Empire‘, Melbourne Art Journal, 11/12, 2008-09, 86. McCAUGHEY, Patrick, ‗Fred Williams and the Pilbara series‘, Studio International, 197: 1005, 1984, 30-31. McCAUGHEY, Patrick, Voyage and landfall: the art of Jan Senbergs, Melbourne: Melbourne University Publishing, 2006. McCAUGHEY, Patrick, Fred Williams, Millers Point: Murdoch Books, 2008 (first published 1980). McLEAN, Ian and BENNETT, Gordon, The art of Gordon Bennett, Roseville: Craftsman House, 1996. McQUEEN, Humphrey, Tom Roberts, Sydney: MacMillan, 1996. MENDELSSOHN, Joanna, The life and work of Sydney Long, Cremorne: Copperfield, 1979. MENDELSSOHN, Joanna, The art of Sir Lionel Lindsay: Volume 1. Woodcuts, Brookvale, Copperfield, 1982. MENDELSSOHN, Joanna, The art of Sir Lionel Lindsay: Volume 2. Etchings, Brookvale: Copperfield, c.1987. MENDELSSOHN, Joanna, Lionel Lindsay: an artist and his family, London: Chatto and Windus, 1988. MENDELSSOHN, Joanna, Letters & Liars: Norman Lindsay and the Lindsay family, Pymble: Angus and Robertson, 1996. MINCHIN, Jan, HAESE, Richard, Nolan, Sidney Nolan: the city and the plain, Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, 1983. 7
Thomas and McNeill Australian and New Zealand Art Historiography Bibliography MOLLISON, James, A singular vision: the art of Fred Williams, Canberra: Australian National Gallery, c.1989. MOLLISON, James, MINCHIN, Jan, Albert Tucker: a retrospective, Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, 1990. MULVANEY, John, and CALABY, John, ‗So Much That is New‟: Baldwin Spencer 1860-1929: A Biography, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1985. PEARCE, Barry, Jeffrey Smart, Roseville: Beagle Press, 2006. PEERS, Juliette, ‗Violet Teague – A Life for Art‘, in Felicty Druce and Jane Sutherland, Violet Teague, Roseville: Beagle Press, 1999. PHILIPP, Franz, Arthur Boyd, London: Thames and Hudson, 1967. PIERSE, Simon, ‗Sir Kenneth Clark: Deus Ex Machina of Australian Art‘, Melbourne Art Journal, 11/12, 2008-09, 104-19. PLANT, Margaret, John Perceval, Melbourne: Lansdowne, 1971. REES, Jancis and Alan, Lloyd Rees: a source book, Roseville: Beagle Press, 1995. ROTHENSTEIN, John, The life and death of Conder, London: Dent, 1938. SAYERS, Andrew, Barry Humphries, Sara Engledow, The world of Thea Proctor, St. Leonards: Craftsman House, 2005. SMITH, Bernard, Noel Counihan: artist and revolutionary, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1993. THANNHAUSER, Henry, ‗Van Gogh and John Russell: Some Unknown Letters and Drawings‘, The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs, 73: 426, September 1938, 94-99, 102-104. THOMAS, Daniel, Sali Herman, Melbourne: Georgian House, 1962. THOMAS, Daniel, Grace Cossington Smith, Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1973. THOMAS, Daniel, Grace Cossington Smith: a life: from drawings in the collection of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, c.1993. TOPLISS, Helen, Tom Roberts, 1856-1931: a catalogue raisoneé, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1985. UNDERHILL, Nancy, Making Australian Art 1916-1914: Sydney Ure Smith: patron and publisher, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1991. UNDERHILL, Nancy and Barrett REID, eds, Letters of John Reed: defining Australian Cultural Life 1920-1981, Ringwood: Viking, 2001. 8
Thomas and McNeill Australian and New Zealand Art Historiography Bibliography WHEATLEY, Sarah, Charles Conder 1868-1909: a biographical sketch, Moorebank: Mallard, 1989. ZDANOWICZ, Irena, ‗Paintings from the Inside Out: Fred Williams‘ Travels and His Relationship to the European Tradition‘, Melbourne Art Journal, 8, 2005, 52-67. ZUBANS, Ruth, E. Phillips Fox: his life and art, Melbourne: Miegunyah Press, 1995. INDIGENOUS ART - Australian and New Zealand ADAM, Leonhard, introduction, Primitive Art Exhibition, Melbourne: Public Library, Museums and National Gallery of Victoria, 1943. ADAM, Leonhard, ‗Has Australian Aboriginal Art a Future?‘, Angry Penguins, 1944, 42-50. ALLEN, Lindy, ‗The Early Collection and Exhibition of Art Work by Aboriginal Artists‘, in C. Rasmussen, ed, A Museum for the People, Melbourne: Scribe Publications, 2001, 142-43. BROWN, Deidre and ELLIS, Ngarino (eds), Te Puna: Mãori art from Te Tai Tokerau Northland, Auckland: Reed, 2007. CORBALLY STOURTON, Patrick and CORBALLY STOURTON, Nigel, ed, Songlines and dreamings: contemporary Australian Aboriginal painting: the first quarter-century of Papunya Tula, London: Lund Humphries, 1996. CRAMER, Sue, ed, Postmodernism: a consideration of the appropriation of Aboriginal imagery: forum papers, Brisbane: Institute of Modern Art, 1989. DE LORENZO, Catherine, and DYSART, Dinah, A Changing relationship: aboriginal themes in Australian art c. 1938-1988, Sydney: S.H. Ervin Gallery, June-July 1988. INGLIS, Alison and BARCLAY LLOYD, Joan, ‗Mosaic Dreaming: Materiality, Migration and Memory‘, in J. Anderson, ed, Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration and Convergence: The Proceedings of the 32nd Congress of the History of Art, Melbourne: Miegunyah Press, 2009, 398- 402. ISAACS, Jennifer, Aboriginality: contemporary Aboriginal paintings & prints, St. Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1993 (first published 1989). ISAACS, Jennifer, Spirit country: contemporary Australian Aboriginal art, exhibition catalogue of an exhibition held in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, South Yarra: Hardie Grant, 1999. ISAACS, Jennifer, Hernmannsburg potters: Aranda artists of central Australia, St. Leonards: Craftsman House, 2000. 9
Thomas and McNeill Australian and New Zealand Art Historiography Bibliography ISAACS, Jennifer, ‗International Exposure of Aboriginal Art 1970-2001‘, Art and Australia, 39: 4, 2002, 548-560. ISAACS, Jennifer, Australian Aboriginal paintings, Sydney: New Holland, 2002 (first published 1989). J.L.M. ‗Melbourne National Gallery and National Museum of Victoria: Primitive Art Exhibition, 1943‘, Man, 44, July-August, 1944, 98. LESLIE, Donna, Aboriginal Art: Creativity and Assimilation, South Yarra: Macmillan Art Publishing, 2008. LESLIE, Donna, ‗Sacred Country: Ancient Footprints, New Pathways‘, Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration and Convergence: The Proceedings of the 32nd Congress of the History of Art, Jaynie ANDERSON, ed, Melbourne: Miegunyah Press, 2009, 398-402. LOCK-WEIR, Tracy, The Art of Arnhem Land 1940s-1970s, Adelaide: Art Gallery of South Australia, 2002. LOWISH, Susan, ‗European Vision and Aboriginal art: Blindness and Insight in the work of Bernard Smith‘, Thesis Eleven: critical theory and historical sociology, 82, August 2005, 62-72. McLEAN, Ian, White Aborigines: identity politics in Australian art, Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1998. McLEAN, Ian, How aborigines invented the idea of contemporary art: an anthology of writing on aboriginal art 1980-2006, Sydney: Power Publications, 2011. MANE-WHEOKI, Jonathan, '"Wakas on the Grand Canal!" Contemporary New Zealand Maori artists at Venice', Sean Cubitt, Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, Brett Graham, Rachael Rakena, Alice Hutchinson, eds, Aniwaniwa: Brett Graham, Rachael Rakena, Aotearoa New Zealand, Wellington, Published on the occasion of the 52nd International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, 2007, 5- 11. MANE-WHEOKI, Jonathan, Te Tai Tokerau and the contemporary Maori art movement' in Deidre Brown and Ngarino Ellis, eds, Te Puna: Mãori art from Te Tai Tokerau Northland, Auckland: Reed, 2007, 103-12. MANE-WHEOKI, Jonathan, 'Ralph Hotere: Te Hono ki Muriwhenua', Ngahiraka Mason, ed, Turuki! Turuki! Paneke! Paneke! When Maori art became contemporary, Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery, 2008, 36-49. MANE-WHEOKI, Jonathan, 'Introduction, Indigeneity/Aboriginality, Art/Culture and Institutions', Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration and Convergence: The Proceedings of the 32nd Congress of the History of Art, Jaynie Anderson, ed, Melbourne: Miegunyah Press, 2009, 770-772. MAYNARD, Margaret, ‗Grassroots Style: Re-Evaluating Australian Fashion and Aboriginal Art in the 1970s and 1980s‘, Journal of Design History, 13: 2, 2000, 137-150. 10
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