Dear Horst Waldemar Janson: You have haunted me throughout my life, from the first moment when as a young child in a summer art program in San Diego, a boy my age told me quite confidently that women could not be artists. The first edition of your tome, “History of Art,” had already come out. [Continue Reading…]
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“Are there any continuities,” wonders scholar Min Hyoung Song, “between the earlier generation of writers which first raised the banner of an Asian American literature and a later generation of writers which inherited it?” This is the question AALR’s Spring 2012 issue on “Generations” poses to 29 writers, poets, playwrights, spoken word performers, scholars, and publishers of various generations, regions, and ethnic and artistic communities.