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Study #1 The Underrepesentation of Women in Art History

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31.10 | 18:33

Great job from Yolanda AND Norma

18.10 | 03:33

The purpose of art is not simply to be shocking. Any homeless streetperson can do that. The purpose of art must be higher and remain higher than the gutter.

11.10 | 12:45

ive didn't read all the articles but what I read are very affective

20.09 | 14:39

There is clearly a need for Women's movement.

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