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

Native American Art (post-1500)
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2015

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Hawley, Elizabeth, “Imaging the Indian/Imagining the Indian: Modern Art and Native Tradition in Santa Fe, 1909–1931” (CUNY, K. Manthorne)

Jensen, Hadley, “Shaped by the Camera: Navajo Weavers and the Photography of Making in the American Southwest, 1880–1945” (Bard Graduate Center, A. Glass)

Marshman, Amy, “Ancient Puebloan Human Effigy Vessels: An Examination of Iconography and Tradition” (Virginia Commonwealth, J. Farmer)

McGeough, Michelle, “The Indigenous Sovereign Body: Gender, Sexualities, and Performance” (New Mexico, J. Szabo)

McLeod, Suzanne, “Not So Different: Sensory and Cross-Cultural Recognitions between Eighteenth-Century Northwest Coast Peoples and Spanish Colonial Expeditions” (New Mexico, J. Szabo)

Murphy, Elizabeth, “A Forward Looking Art: Education, Creative Exchange, and the Rise of Modern Native American Art” (USC, K. Flint)

Ronan, Kristine, “Buffalo Dancer: The Biography of an Image” (Michigan, D. Doris)

Strauss, Stephanie, “Rethinking Epi-Olmec: The Art and Epigraphy of the Late Preclassic Isthmus of Tehuantepec” (Texas, Austin, J. Guernsey)

Young, India, “Cultural imPRINT: Contemporary Northwest Coast Native Art in Print” (New Mexico, J. Szabo)