As Long As It's Pink The Sexual Politics of Taste
Edition: 2nd 1995
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Description: This book uses familiar objects of our everyday environment to look at how our taste has become a gendered issue in our culture. It asks whether male and female tastes are really different, who says it is, and why it would matter.
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Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Pandora Press
Publication date: 1/1/1995
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: 'The Architect's Wife'|
|Feminine Taste and Design Reform, 1830-1890|
|'An Institution of God Himself': The Domestic Ideal|
|'The Things which Surround One': The Domestic Aesthetic|
|'Those Extravagant Draperies': Domesticity Contested|
|Modernity and Masculinity, 1890-1940|
|'Everything in its Place': Women and Modernity|
|'Letting in the Air': Women and Modernism|
|'The Selling Value of Art': Women and the Moderne|
|'We are All Creators': Women and Conservative Modernism|
|Modernity and Femininity, 1940-1970|
|'The Happy Housewife': Domesticity Renewed|
|'A Kind of Golden Age': Goods and Femininity|
|'The Anxiety of Contamination': Highbrow Culture and the Problem of Taste|
|Conclusion: Postmodernity, Postmodernism and Feminine Taste|