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

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Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2013

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Anderson, Ash, “Moving Pictures: Motion and Time in Photography at the Institute of Design” (Yale, D. Joselit)

Aube, Christina, “Michel de Marolles and the Rise of Printmaking in the Grand Siècle” (Delaware, D. Stone)

Harris, Mazie M., “Inventors and Manipulators: Photography as Intellectual Property in Nineteenth-Century New York” (Brown, D. Nickel)

Kim, Jennie, “Tradition, Theory, and Practice: Drawings in the Italian Renaissance Workshop, from Pietro Perugino to the Pupils of Raphael” (CUNY, J. Saslow)

Letwin, Hilary Hunt, “‘Old in Substance and New in Manner’: The Scultori and Ghisi Engraving Enterprise in Sixteenth-Century Mantua and Beyond” (Johns Hopkins, S. Campbell)

Oehlrich, Kristen, “Becoming Walker Evans: Photography, Literature, and Transnational Modernism, 1926–1938” (Brown, D. Nickel)

Ramirez, Enrique, “Airs of Modernity, 1881–1914” (Princeton University School of Architecture, E. Eigen)

Robbins, Carrie, “Credulous Spectatorship from Zeuxis to Barthes” (Bryn Mawr, S. Levine)

Roscio, Jessica, “Photographic Domesticity: The Professionalization of Women Photographers from Home Studio to the Metropolis, 1880–1930” (Boston, K. Sichel)

Steinhilper, Diantha, “Geographies of a World In-between: Colonial Maps of Mesoamerica that Define Identity, Image Empire, and Negotiate Self” (Florida State, M. Carrasco)

Suchma, Sharon, “Binding Lives: American Photo-Books and the Great Depression” (CUNY, G. Batchen)

Teshima, Yuko, “Provoke: A Critical Analysis of a Japanese Photography Magazine” (CUNY, G. Batchen)

Weiss, Sean, “Photographs for the Modern City: An Enterprise in the Urban Transformation of Second Empire and Early Third Republic Paris” (CUNY, K. Murphy)

Yi, Hyewon, “Photographer as Participant Observer: The Photographs of Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Richard Billingham, and Nobuyoshi Araki” (CUNY, G. Batchen)