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

Ancient Egyptian/Near Eastern Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2015

Aly, Reham, “Ceremonial and Economical Life in the Royal Palace of New Kingdom, Egypt” (Penn State, E. Walters)

Durusu Tanrıöver, Müge, “Experiencing the Hittite Empire in Its Borderlands” (Brown, J. Cherry)

Kreiter, Rachel, “The Practices and Meaning of Reuse in Egyptian Royal Contexts” (Emory, G. Robins)

Peters, Erin A., “Egypt in Empire: Augustan Temple Art and Architecture at Karnak, Philae, Kalabsha, Dendur, and Alexandria” (Iowa, B. Longfellow)

Salland, Patrick, “Palatial Paintings and Programs: The Symbolic World of the Egyptian Palace in the New Kingdom (c. 1550–1069 BCE)” (IFA/NYU, D. O’Connor)

Shanley, Andrea, “God of Confusion?: An Examination of the Egyptian God Seth in New Kingdom Expressions of Royal Ideology” (Emory, G. Robins)