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Apart and a Part: Reading the Art of Susan MacWilliam in Context

  title={Apart and a Part: Reading the Art of Susan MacWilliam in Context},
  author={Amy White},
ii ©2012 Amy White ALL RIGHTS RESERVED iii ABSTRACT AMY WHITE: APART AND A PART: READING THE ART OF SUSAN MACWILLIAM IN CONTEXT (Under the direction of Dr. Cary Levine) In this thesis, I argue the work of Belfast-based artist Susan MacWilliam can be read meaningfully as part of the social, political and cultural context of Northern Ireland since 1969, the year in which the artist was born and also the start of the violent conflict commonly known as The Troubles. In 1998, when the Belfast… 



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