I have removed "What is Interesting Writing in Art History" because I've made a book out of it. The book will be print on demand, and it will be available on my website.

This is the book's table of contents:

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part One
Positions


1   The space between interesting writing and art history
2   The space between interesting writing and visual studies
3   The space between interesting writing and art theory
4   A manifesto, of sorts


Part Two
Cases


5   The idea of exemplary writing in art history
6   Rosalind Krauss
7   T.J. Clark
8   Alexander Nemerov
9   Benjamin Binstock
10 Leo Steinberg
11 The French poststructural model
12 Salvador Dalí
13 Jean Louis Schefer
14 Hélène Cixous
15 Gilles Deleuze
16 Artworks in Fiction: DeLillo, Proust


Part Three
Theories and Institutions


17 Critical theory, criticism, criticality, critique, Kritik
18 What is an essay? Eleven theories
19 Where is nonfiction taught?


Conclusion

20 Invitation to the reader