Bradford Collins has assembled here a collection of twelve essays
that demonstrates, through the interpretation of a single work of
art, the abundance and complexity of methodological approaches
now available to art historians. Focusing on Manet's A Bar at
the Folies-Bergère, each contributor applies to it a
different methodology, ranging from the more traditional to the
newer, including feminism, Marxism, Lacanian psychoanalysis, and... more...