Visuel kultur

Visuel kultur Visuel kultur er et teoretisk, stofligt og uddannelsesmæssigt tværfagligt felt, som har udviklet sig fra slutningen af 1980’erne og har rødder inden for primært cultural studies, kunsthistorie og antropologi. Visuel kultur voksede frem som en reaktion på den poststrukturalistiske, sprogfilosofiske vending inden for humaniora. En af de centrale teoretikere, William J. Mitchell (1994) […]

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