BANN, Stephen. British, b. 1942. Genres: Cultural/Ethnic topics. Career: Writer and editor. University of Kent at Canterbury, England, professor of modern cultural studies, 1988-. Publications: (trans.) F. Popper, Origins and Development of Kinetic Art, 1968; Experimental Painting: Construction, Abstraction, Destruction, Reduction, 1970; The Clothing of Clio: A Study of the Representation of History in Nineteenth-Century Britain and France, 1984; The True Vine: On Visual Representation and Western Tradition, 1989; The Inventions of History, 1990; Under the Sign: John Bargrave as Traveler, Collector and Witness, 1994; Romanticism and the Rise of History, 1995; Paul Delaroche: History Painted, 1997. EDITOR: Concrete Poetry: An International Anthology, 1967; (with J. Bowlt) Russian Formalism: A Collection of Articles and Texts in Translation, 1973; The Tradition of Constructivism, 1974; Bernard Lassus, Les pins, 1983; (with W. Allen, and contrib.) Interpreting Contemporary Art, 1991; (with K. Kumar) Utopias and the Millennium, 1993; Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity, 1994. Contributor to periodicals. Address: Rutherford College, University of Kent at Canterbury, Canterbury, England.