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

Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2002

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Blackburn, Marcia, “A Social Architectonics of Science Fiction Film Design” (SUNY Binghamton, T. McDonough)

Czach, Elizabeth, “Substandard: An Aesthetic History of Home Movies” (Rochester, S. Willis)

Humphrey, Dan, “Projected Affects/Constructed Subjects: Considering the Male American Spectator of ‘Foreign’ Feature Films” (Rochester, L. Cartwright)

Kaizen, William, “The Immediate: Video Art, circa 1970” (Columbia, B. Buchloh)

McManus, William, “'When We Made Films Just to Make Them': Warhol Unlimited” (Princeton, H. Foster)

Mondloch, Katie, “Thinking through the Screen: Screen-Reliant Media Installation Art from the Mid-1960s to the Present” (UCLA, M. Kwon)

Muller, Gabriela, “The German Absolute Film and the Discourse of Medium-Specificity” (Stanford, S. Bukatman)

Noonan, Jennifer H., “Romancing the Stone: Desire in Conceptual Prints of the 1960s and 1970s” (Penn State, S. Rich)

Prunes, Mariano, “Contemporary Italian Cinema: A Cinema of Persistence” (Yale, N. Steimatsky)

Pytlinski, Deanne, “Utopian Visions: Women in Early Video Art” (CUNY, A. Chave)

Williams, Michael, “Playing Perverse: Being-in-the-Filmic-World” (Rochester, T. DiPiero)