The practice of connoisseurship occupies a complicated position within the contemporary realm of art history. In recent decades, the legacy and economic connotations of connoisseurship have clashed with the aims and attitudes of many scholars.
The inaugural Bully Pulpit considers a historical question with significant implications for contemporary art history: how have American art historians defined and reconceived their discipline during past moments of severe economic, political, and institutional crisis?
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