Erin Devine is a Ph.D. Student in Art History at Indiana University studying contemporary art. Her dissertation investigates the New Internationalism and transnational artists working within the U.S.

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Marginalization as Use: Race & Gender in the Work of Yoko Ono

This paper investigates Ono's work as feminist and racialized other, thus considering its alternative scope and broader influences.

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Article: Electronic