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​Professor Jessica Horton has published the essay "‘All Our Relations’ as an Eco-Art Historical Challenge: Lessons from Standing Bear’s Muslin" in the newest volume of Clark Studies in the Visual Arts Series titled, Ecologies, Agents, Terrains (Yale University Press, 2018). The book will be released on September 25, 2018. 

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​Prof. Jessica Horton has published an essay in the newest volume of the book series.

​Prof. Jessica Horton has published an essay in the newest volume of the book series. 

8/23/2018
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  • University of Delaware
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