Suzanne Preston Blier

Suzanne Preston Blier is Allen Whitehill Clowes Professor of Fine Arts and Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University.

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Cover: Art of Jazz: Form/Performance/NotesArt of Jazz: Form/Performance/NotesBindman, David
Blier, Suzanne Preston
Grant, Vera Ingrid
PAPERBACK07/31/2017$50.00
Cover: The Image of the Black in African and Asian ArtThe Image of the Black in African and Asian ArtBindman, David
Blier, Suzanne Preston
Gates, Henry Louis
HARDCOVER02/27/2017$95.00
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