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

Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2017

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Bullock, Nathan, “Architecture and the Performance of Citizenship in a Global City: Singapore, 1965-2015” (Duke University, A. Wharton)

Choi, Sooran, “The South Korean Avant-garde, 1967-1992: Subterfuge as Radical Agency” (Graduate Center, CUNY, M. Hadler)

Eardley, Megan, “Halls of Gold and Progress: Modern Architecture and the Expansion of the Mining Industry in Apartheid South Africa (1953-1980)” (Princeton University, B. Colomina)

Johal, Rattanamol Singh, “Dissolving Margins: Indian art in the Globalized 1990s” (Columbia University, A. Alberro)

Ketcham, Christopher M., “Minimal Art and Body Politics in New York City, 1961-1975” (MIT, C. Jones)

Niedbala, Steven, “Penal Aesthetics in the United States, 1950-1985” (Columbia University, B. Bergdoll)

Occhietti, Raphaelle, “Géolocaliser l’économie : matières premières et cartographies dans les arts depuis 1975” (Université de Montréal, O. Asselin)

Parker, Wendy A. “Bringing It All Home: Martha Rosler on Person, Place, and Thing” (University of Iowa, C. Adcock)

Ryan, Caitlin, “Documents of Social Life: Photography in Popular Front France” (Princeton, A. McCauley)

San Martín, Florencia, “The art of Alfredo Jaar: Representing memory, humanitarian crisis, and power relations through the lens of decoloniality” (Rutgers University, T. Flores)

Tifentale, Alise, “The ‘Olympiad of Photography’: The International Federation of Photographic Art, 1950-1965” (Graduate Center, CUNY, S. Wilson)

Walkiewicz, Alice J., “From the 'Song of the Shirt' to the Call to Organize: The Seamstress in Late-19th-Century Art in Europe and the United States” (Graduate Center, CUNY, J. Sund)