Art History. Connecticut College
Art history spans the complete history of humankind, from prehistoric instances to the twenty-very first century. Concurrent to those technological advances, art historians have shown rising interest in new theoretical approaches to the nature of artworks as objects. The prominent feminist art historian Griselda Pollock, for instance, draws upon psychoanalysis each in her reading into contemporary art and in her rereading of modernist art. 1 of the very best-known psychoanalytic scholars is Laurie Schneider Adams, who wrote a popular textbook, Art Across Time, and a book Art and Psychoanalysis.