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This paper examines how the notion of community is embedded in Locke’s writing on visual art and is an important aspect of Locke’s political and educational thought in the context of his practice of adult and higher education.

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Alain Locke’s “Beloved Community:” The Notion of Community, African and African-American Visual Art, and Locke’s Political and Educational Thought

This paper examines how the notion of community is embedded in Locke’s writing on visual art and is an important aspect of Locke’s political and educational thought in the context of his practice of adult and higher education.