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Number of items: 8.

2019

Carter, Warren (2019). The Slow Fuse of the Revolutionary Mural: Diego Rivera, Historical Revisionism and Poststructuralism. Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis, 94 (In Press). file

2018

Carter, Warren (2018). Mexican Muralism Reconsidered. In: Carter, Warren ed. Art after Empire: From Colonialism to Globalisation. Manchester: Manchester University Press in association with the OU, pp. 59–97.

2014

Carter, Warren (2014). Painting the Revolution: State, Politics and Ideology in Mexican Muralism. Third Text, 28(3) pp. 282–291. file

2013

Carter, Warren (2013). Introduction: Towards a History of the Marxist History of Art. In: Carter, Warren; Haran, Barnaby and Schwartz, Frederic J. eds. ReNew Marxist Art History. Art Books Publishing, pp. 14–31.

Carter, Warren (2013). The Dialectical Legacies of Radical Art History: Meyer Schapiro and German Aesthetic Debates in the 1930s and 1940s. In: Carter, Warren; Haran, Barnaby and Schwartz, Frederic J. eds. ReNew Marxist Art History. Art Books Publishing, pp. 64–77.

2012

Carter, Warren (2012). [Book Review] Meyer Schapiro Abroad: Letters to Lillian and Travel Notebooks. Studies in Travel Writing, 16(1) pp. 87–91. file

Carter, Warren (2012). The Artist as Worker: Radical Responses to the New Deal Federal Art Projects. In: Moss, Avigail and Stakemeier, Kerstin eds. Painting: The Implicit Horizon. Maastricht: The Jan van Eyck Academie, pp. 23–38. file

2000

Carter, Warren (2000). The Public (Mis)use of Art: Radical Artists, Reformist States, and the Politics of Mural Painting in 1930s and 1940s America and Mexico. Oxford Art Journal, 23(2) pp. 163–171. file

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