Anonymous Was A Woman: A Museums and Feminism Reader

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Alongside class and race, gender fundamentally shapes our perceptions and beliefs. But issues of sex and gender are still largely ignored in many museums and galleries: the inequalities that exist in society are replicated in museum practice. And, in turn, these practices reinforce and reaffirm social inequality.

Anonymous Was A Woman is a 300-page positive, inspiring, practical reader, focusing on actions being taken within museums (including the Art Gallery of Ontario, Detroit Institute of Arts, Minneapolis Institute of Art, National Museums Liverpool, V&A and the Whitechapel Gallery) to address these issues, as well as new initiatives aiming to impact and change museums from the outside.

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