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

Critical Theory/Gender Studies/Visual Studies
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2006

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Bagg, Shannon K., "Artists, Art Historians, and the Value of Contemporary Inuit Art" (Queen's, Kingston, L. Jessup)

Carlson, Elizabeth, "City of Mirrors: Spectacle and Surveillance in 19th Century Paris" (Minnesota, J. Blocker)

Curzon, Lucy, "Replacing Modernism: Visual Culture and National Identity in Britain 1930–1960" (Rochester, P. Duro, J. Saab)

Dinkar, Niharika, "Colonial Shadows: Indian Nationalism and the Negotiation of Enlightenment Vision" (SUNY Stony Brook, N. Mirzoeff, S. Goodarzi)

Haertel, Nilza, "Landscape and Nature in American Prints: Transformations in Form and Meaning in the Work of Contemporary Women Artists" (Indiana, Bloomington, S. Burns)

Humphrey, Dan, "Subjective Others/Foreign Selves: Queer American Spectatorship and Swedish 'Art' Cinema" (Rochester, D. Crimp)

Koh, Dong-Yeon, "Larry Rivers and Frank O'Hara: Reframing Male Sexualities" (CUNY, A. Chave)

Martin, Meredith, "Dairy Queens: Sexuality, Space, and Subjectivity in Pleasure Dairies from Catherine de' Medici to Marie-Antoinette" (Harvard, E. Lajer-Burcharth)

Robertson, Kirsty, "This Is What Democracy Looks Like: Visual Culture and Protest in Canada, 1988–2003" (Queen's, Kingston, L. Jessup)

Royal, Suzanne, "Graphic Art in Weimar Berlin: The Case of Jeanne Mammen" (USC, K. Lang)

Sandler, Daniela, "Incarnate Politics: National Identity, History, and Architectural Heritage in Postwar Berlin" (Rochester, A. Nader)

Smith, T’Ai, "Weaving Work at the Bauhaus: The Gender and Engendering of a Medium" (Rochester, D. Crimp)

Swenson, Kirsten, "Eva Hesse: From Woman as Machine to Mechanical Reproduction" (SUNY Stony Brook, J. Katz)

Williams, Michael, "Beyond Death: Perversity, Relationality, Virtuality" (Rochester, T. DiPiero)

Zuromskis, Catherine, "Private Images, Public Contexts: Snapshot Photography in the Public Sphere" (Rochester, D. Crimp)