Concise, critical reviews of books, exhibitions, and projects in all areas and periods of art history and visual studies

Early Christian/Byzantine Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2002

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Bowes, Kimberly, “Possessing the Holy: Private Churches and Private Piety in Late Antiquity” (Princeton, S. Ćurčić)

Brooks, Sarah, “Commemoration of the Dead: Late Byzantine Tomb Decoration (Mid-Thirteenth to Mid-Fifteenth Centuries)” (IFA/NYU, T. Mathews)

Byrd, Kimberly, “Pierre Gilles' Topography of Constantinople and Its Antiquities: A New Translation with Commentary” (Rutgers, A. St. Clair-Harvey)

Choate, Steve B., “Devotion and Narrative within the Tradition of the Croce Depinta” (Florida State, J. Freiberg)

Oryshkevich, Irina, “A History of the Roman Catacombs from the Constantinian Era to the Renaissance” (Columbia, D. Rosand)Rose, Marice, “The Iconography of Female Adornment in Late Antiquity” (Rutgers, A. St. Clair-Harvey)

Salvadori, Sharon, “Per Feminam Mors Per Feminam Vita: Images of Women in the Early Christian Funerary Art of Rome” (IFA/NYU, T. Mathews)

Stavros, Margo, “Precious Metals in Byzantine Art and Society, 843–1204” (Penn State, A. Cutler)

Tuerk, Jacqueline, “How to Do Things with Words and Images in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages” (Chicago, R. Nelson)

Yasin, Ann Marie, “Commemorating the Dead—Constructing the Community: Church Space, Funerary Monuments, and Saints' Cults in Late Antiquity” (Chicago, R. Nelson)