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Phoebus 4: A Journal of Art History

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Phoebus 4: A Journal of Art History - Table of Contents

“Contributors” p. 2.

“Preface” by Lee Anne Wilson, p. 7.

“Grave Goods of the Florida Elite” by Mallory McCane-O’Connor, p. 9-21.

“Visual Imagery

Phoebus 4: A Journal of Art History - Table of Contents

“Contributors” p. 2.

“Preface” by Lee Anne Wilson, p. 7.

“Grave Goods of the Florida Elite” by Mallory McCane-O’Connor, p. 9-21.

“Visual Imagery and Social Change” by Lee Anne Wilson, p. 24-31. 

“The Language of Dance: Communicative Dimensions of Hopi Katsina Dances” by Louis A. Heib, p. 32-41.

“WoHaw, a Kiowa Artist at Fort Marion, Florida” by Janet Catherine Berlo, p. 43-53. 

“The Other Weavers: Navajo Basket Makers” by Susan Brown McGreevey, p. 54-61.

“Powhatan Copper and the Prehistoric Ceremonial Complexes of the Eastern United States” by Amy Trevelyan, p. 62-70.

“Lakota Beaded Costumes of the Early Reservation Era” by Marsha Clift Bol, p. 71-77.

The Emergence of Crenellated Ritual Pueblo Ceramics During the Late Prehistoric Period” by Susan G. Kenagy, p. 78-85.

Form, Function and Interpretation of Mimbres Ceramic Hemispheric Vessels” by Barbara L. Moulard, p. 86-98.

“Meaning in Women's Arts in North America” by Marvin Cohodas and Barbara DeMott, p. 99-106.

“Native American Photography: Diversity and Achievement in the Southwest” by Erin Younger, p. 107-115.

“Notes” p. 117-128

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  • 1985

Phoebus 3: A Journal of Art History

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Phoebus 3: A Journal of Art History - Table of Contents

“Preface” by Jack Breckenridge, p. 5.

“A Possible Interpretation of the Bird-man Figure Found on Objects Associated with the Southern Cult

Phoebus 3: A Journal of Art History - Table of Contents

“Preface” by Jack Breckenridge, p. 5.

“A Possible Interpretation of the Bird-man Figure Found on Objects Associated with the Southern Cult of the Southeastern United States, A.D. 1200 to 1350” by Lee Anne Wilson, p. 6-18.

“John Milton’s ‘Unholy Trinity’: (Satan, Sin, and Death)” by Anthony Gully, p. 19-36.

“Arizona Portfolio” p. 38-84.

          “Voyage of the Sesostris: Elihi Vedder in Egypt” by Hugh Broadley, p. 39-51.

          “Theodore Roszak’s ‘Emergence: Transition I’ at Arizona State University” by Joan
          Seeman Robinson, p. 52-53.

          “‘La peur donnant des ailes au courage by Jean Cocteau: a Drawing in the Phoenix Art
          Museum” by Anne Gully and Susan Benforado Gunther, p. 54-63.

          “John Mix Stanley, a ‘Hudson River’ Painter in Arizona” by James K. Ballinger, p. 64-72.

          “‘Corn Husking’ by Winslow Homer” by Gerald Eager, p. 73-79.

          “A Plate from the Meissen Swan Service in the Phoenix Art Museum” by Barbara
          Nachtigall, p. 80-84.

“Death in the Darkroom: Poisonings of Nineteenth Century Photographers” by Bill Jay, p. 85-98.

“Oral History in Art: A New Tool” by Winberta Yao, p. 99-108.

“A Note from a Reader” p. 109. 

“Contributors” p. 110-112

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  • 1981