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

Egyptian/Ancient Near Eastern Art
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2002

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Aker, Julide, “Rhetoric of Transgression: Assurbanipal's Babylonian Policy and Transformations in the Visual Domain” (Harvard, I. Winter)

Atac, Mehmet-Ali, “Scribal-Sacerdotal Agency in the Production of the Neo-Assyrian Palace Reliefs: Towards a Hermeneutics of Mesopotamian Iconography” (Harvard, I. Winter)

Belcher, Ellen, “Late Neolithic Figurines from Northern Mesopotamia: A Comparative Analysis” (Columbia, N. Kampen)

Evans, Jean, “Votive Sculpture and Early Dynastic Regionalism in Greater Mesopotamia” (IFA/NYU, D. P. Hansen)

Martin, Susan Rebecca, “Hellenization and the Levant: The Material Evidence as Seen through Tel Dor, Israel” (UC Berkeley, A. Stewart)