volume I, number 3 (september 2001)

Modernism and Nationalism, Postmodernism and Postnationalism?

Guest Editors:
Peter Chametzky and Anna Brzyski

CONTENTS

Introduction
Peter Chametzky and Anna Brzyski

Articles
Between the Nation and the World: Nationalism and the Emergence of Polish Modern Art
Anna Brzyski

Liebermann and Uhde: A case for German Identity
Marsha Morton

Modernist and Anti-Modernist Theories of Art in Latvia during the 1920s and 1930s
Stella Pelse

A Struggle for International Presence: The Dilema of Nationalism and Internationalism in Hungarian Modernism and Postmodernism
Eva Forgacs

'Neue Slowenische Kunst' and the Semiotics of Suprematism
Myroslava Mudrak

Zofia Kulik: From Warsaw to Cyberia
Sarah G. Wilson

Rebuilding the Nation: Norman Foster's Reichstag Renovation and Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum, Berlin
Peter Chametzky

Reviews
Joanna Inglot: OUT LOOKING IN: EARLY MODERN POLISH ART, 1890-1918 by Jan Cavanaugh

David Ehrenpreis: WIE DEUTSCH IST DIE DEUTSCHE KUNST? EINE STREITSCHRIFT by Werner Hofman