Lisa E. Bloom Articles 2000 - 2009 Lisa Bloom - Articles 2010 - 2017 Lisa Bloom-Blog Lisa Bloom-Contact Lisa Bloom-Bio Lisa Bloom-Speaking Lisa Bloom-Articles Lisa Bloom-Books Lisa Bloom-Home Lisa Bloom-“True North: Isaac Julien’s Aesthetic Wager,” republished in  German and English in Isaac Julien: True north : Fantôme Afrique, edited by Veit Görner and Eveline Bernasconi : [Distributed in North America by] D.A.P., Distributed Art Publishers, 2006. Catalog published in conjunction with the exhibition Isaac Julien--True north/Fantôme Afrique, held at Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, Germany, June 23-Aug. 20, 2006. Everyday ebay: Culture, Collecting, and Desire Writing Science Jews and Sex Jewish Identity and Art History Jewish Identity and Art History Performing the Body, Performing the Text The Visual Culture Reader The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader “Tableaux Vivants, Dying Empires: Eleanor Antin’s The Last Days of Pompeii, Roman Allegories and Helen’s Odyssey’ (2001-2007)” in a special issue on “Material Histories, n.paradoxa, Volume 24,  July 2009. Lisa Bloom“Tableaux Vivants, Dying Empires: Eleanor Antin’s The Last Days of Pompeii, Roman Allegories and Helen’s Odyssey’ (2001-2007)” in a special issue on “Material Histories, n.paradoxa, Volume 24,  July 2009. S&F Online - Polar Fantasies S&F Online Introduction Barbie's Jewish Roots Lisa Bloom-”Barbies’s Jewish Roots: Jewish Women’s Bodies and Feminist Art,“  in  Nathan Abrams (ed.) Jews and Sex, London, (Nottingham: Five Leaves, 2008), 121-137. ”Barbies’s Jewish Roots: Jewish Women’s Bodies and Feminist Art,“  in  Nathan Abrams (ed.) Jews and Sex, London, (Nottingham: Five Leaves, 2008), 121-137. Lisa Bloom-“True North: Isaac Julien’s Aesthetic Wager,” republished in  German and English in Isaac Julien: True north : Fantôme Afrique, edited by Veit Görner and Eveline Bernasconi : [Distributed in North America by] D.A.P., Distributed Art Publishers, 2006. Catalog published in conjunction with the exhibition Isaac Julien--True north/Fantôme Afrique, held at Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, Germany, June 23-Aug. 20, 2006. “True North: Isaac Julien’s Aesthetic Wager,” republished in  German and English in Isaac Julien: True north : Fantôme Afrique, edited by Veit Görner and Eveline Bernasconi : [Distributed in North America by] D.A.P., Distributed Art Publishers, 2006. Catalog published in conjunction with the exhibition Isaac Julien--True north/Fantôme Afrique, held at Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, Germany, June 23-Aug. 20, 2006. Lisa Bloom-“True North: Isaac Julien’s Aesthetic Wager,” republished in  German and English in Isaac Julien: True north : Fantôme Afrique, edited by Veit Görner and Eveline Bernasconi : [Distributed in North America by] D.A.P., Distributed Art Publishers, 2006. Catalog published in conjunction with the exhibition Isaac Julien--True north/Fantôme Afrique, held at Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, Germany, June 23-Aug. 20, 2006. Lisa Bloom-“The Contradictory Circulation of Fine Art and Antiques on eBay.” In Everyday eBay: Culture, Collecting, and Desire, eds. Ken Hillis, Michel Petit with Nathan Scott Epley, (Routledge, New York, 2006). “The Contradictory Circulation of Fine Art and Antiques on eBay.” In Everyday eBay: Culture, Collecting, and Desire, eds. Ken Hillis, Michel Petit with Nathan Scott Epley, (Routledge, New York, 2006). Lisa Bloom-“The Contradictory Circulation of Fine Art and Antiques on eBay.” In Everyday eBay: Culture, Collecting, and Desire, eds. Ken Hillis, Michel Petit with Nathan Scott Epley, (Routledge, New York, 2006). Lisa Bloom-“Creating Transnational Women’s Art Communities in Asia,” in Amelia Jones, The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader (London: Routledge; 2003). “Creating Transnational Women’s Art Communities in Asia,” in Amelia Jones, The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader (London: Routledge; 2003). Lisa Bloom-“Gender, Race and Nation in Japanese Contemporary Art and Criticism.” The Visual Culture Reader, ed. Nicholas Mirzoeff. (London: Routledge, 2002).  “Gender, Race and Nation in Japanese Contemporary Art and Criticism.” The Visual Culture Reader, ed. Nicholas Mirzoeff. (London: Routledge, 2002).  “Gender, Nationalism, and Internationalism in Japanese Contemporary Art: Some Recent Writings and Work.” in n.paradoxa, vol. 5. (London, England,  2000), 35-43. Lisa Bloom-“Gender, Nationalism, and Internationalism in Japanese Contemporary Art: Some Recent Writings and Work.” in n.paradoxa, vol. 5. (London, England,  2000), 35-43. “Gender, Nationalism, and Internationalism in Japanese Contemporary Art: Some Recent Writings and Work.” in n.paradoxa, vol. 5. (London, England,  2000), 35-43. Lisa Bloom-“Gender, Nationalism, and Internationalism in Japanese Contemporary Art: Some Recent Writings and Work.” in n.paradoxa, vol. 5. (London, England,  2000), 35-43.
Lisa Bloom - Articles
Lisa Bloom’s essays and articles have appeared in The Scholar and the Feminist, n. paradoxa, Configurations; exhibition catalogs on Isaac Julien and Eleanor Antin, and anthologies, including The Feminism and  Visual Culture Reader, The Visual Culture Reader, Performing the Body/Performing the Text, Jewish Identity  and Art History, Jews and Sex, Writing Science, and  Everyday eBay: Culture, Collecting, and Desire.
Tableaux Vivants, Dying Empires: Eleanor Antin's The Last Day's of Pompeii, Roman Allegories and Helen's Odyssey
Tntriduction to The Scholar & Feminist Online and Polar Fantasies and Aesthetics in the Work of Isaac Julien and Connie Samaras
Barbie's Jewish Roots: Jewish Women's Bodies and Femist Art
True North: Isaac Julien's Aesthetic Wager
The Contradictory Circulation of Fine Art and Antiques on eBay
Creating Transtional Woman's Art Communities in Asia
Gender, Race and Nation in Japanese Contemporary Art and Criticism
Reviewing 1970a and 1980s Feminist Art Practices in the 1990s: Three Major Exhibitions on Judy Chicago, Eleanor Antin and Martha Rosler
Defining Experiences: Feminist Exhibitions in the 1990s
Gender, Nationalism, and Internationalism in Japanese Contemporary Art: Some Recent Writings and Work