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

Greek/Roman Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2010

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Andrioti, Maria, “Cutting Out the Middleman: Cypriot Itinerant Sculptors in the Early 6th Century BC” (Princeton, W. Childs)

Coleman, Patrick, “Appropriation and Innovation in Archaic Lakonian Art” (Rutgers, J. Kenfield)

Dawson, Sarah, “Social Memory and Fifth-Century Coinage” (Brown, S. Alcock)

Doherty, Keith, “Roman Landscape Painting, Narrative, and Ancient Cartography” (Boston, F. Kleiner)

Donati, Jamieson, “Towards an Agora: The Spatial and Architectural Development of Greek Commercial and Civic Space in the Peloponnese” (IFA/NYU, C. Marconi)

Elkins, Nathan, “Architectural Coin Types: Reflections of Roman Society” (Missouri, Columbia, K. Slane)

Goldberg, Patricia, “Ptolemaic Queens and Roman Empresses as Goddesses with Aspects of Tyche” (UCLA, S. Downey)

Herring, Amanda, “Structure, Sculpture, and Scholarship: Understanding the Sanctuary of Hekate at Lagina” (UCLA, S. Downey)

Hopkins, John, “The Topographical Transformation of Archaic Rome: A New Interpretation of Architecture and Geography in the Early City” (UT Austin, J. Clarke, P. Davies)

Hrychuk, Anne, “From Fornix to Arcus: The Origins, Development, and Imperial Transformation of the Freestanding Roman Arch (196 BCE to 54 CE)” (IFA/NYU, K. Welch)

Marino, Katherine, “Speaking through the Womb: Graeco-Egyptian Uterine Amulets” (Brown, S. Alcock, J. Bodel)

Rousseau, Vanessa, “Late Roman Wall Painting at Sardis” (Wisconsin, Madison, N. Cahill)

Soyoz, Ufuk, “Ritual Space in Temples of Asklepios: A Case Study of the Asklepieion at Pergamon” (UT Austin, J. Clarke, P. Davies)

Thompson, Erin, “Images of Ritual Mockery on Greek Vases” (Columbia, D. Freedberg)

Uzun, Esen Ogus, “Columnar Sarcophagi from Aphrodisias: Construction of Elite Identity in the Greek East” (Harvard, R. Taylor, K. Coleman)

Wardle, Marianne Eileen, “Naked and Unashamed: A Study of the Aphrodite Anadyomene in the Greco-Roman World” (Duke, S. Dillon)