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Angel De Cora, Karen Thronson, and the Art of Place: How Two Midwestern Women Used Art to Negotiate Migration and Dispossession

Author: Betty A. Bergland (University of Wisconsin-River Falls)

  • Angel De Cora, Karen Thronson, and the Art of Place: How Two Midwestern Women Used Art to Negotiate Migration and Dispossession

    Review

    Angel De Cora, Karen Thronson, and the Art of Place: How Two Midwestern Women Used Art to Negotiate Migration and Dispossession

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Review of: Angel De Cora, Karen Thronson, and the Art of Place: How Two Midwestern Women Used Art to Negotiate Migration and Dispossession, by Elizabeth Sutton.

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Bergland, B., (2021) “Angel De Cora, Karen Thronson, and the Art of Place: How Two Midwestern Women Used Art to Negotiate Migration and Dispossession”, The Annals of Iowa 80(1), p.78–79. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/0003-4827.31153

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15 Jan 2021