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Reading: Awareness Across Disciplines
Rev 22 Jan 2000

Arts Understanding (BH, ML, MT, N, ND)
(Language Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts)

Leonard Bernstein. The Unanswered Question: Six Talks at Harvard. Harvard University Press. Cambridge MA. MT6.B45U6 1976.

Anthony Blunt. Artistic Theory in Italy, 1450-1600.The Clarendon Press. Oxford GB. N6915.B55 1956.

John Dewey. Art as Experience.
Capricorn Books, G.P. Putman's Sons. New York NY. N66.D4 1958.

Michel Foucault. This Is Not a Pipe.
University of California Press. Berkeley CA. ND673.M35 F6813 1983.

Suzi Gablik. Has Modernism Failed?
Thames and Hudson. London GB. N6490.G32x 1984.

Nelson Goodman. Languages of Art: An Approach to a Theory of Symbols.
Hackett. Indianapolis IN. 1976. BH301.S8 G6 1976.

Donald Jay Grout and Claude V. Palisca. A History of Western Music.
Norton. New York NY. 1996. ML160.G87 1988.

The New Harvard Dictionary of Music. Edited by Don Michael Randel.
Harvard University Press. Cambridge MA. 1986. ML100.N485 1986.

Wassily Kandinsky. Concerning the Spiritual in Art. Dover Publications. New York NY. N68.K33 1977.

Kandinsky, Complete Writings on Art. Two volumes. Edited by Kenneth C. Lindsay and Peter Vergo. G.K. Hall. Boston MA. N7454.K3 1982.

W.J.T. Mitchell. Iconology: Image, Text, Ideology. University of Chicago Press. Chicago IL. N7565.M5 1986.

Erwin Panofsky. Meaning in the Visual Arts: Papers in and on Art History.
Overlook Press. Woodstock NY. 1974. N7445.2.P35 1974.

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