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

Egyptian/Ancient Near Eastern Art
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2004

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Aker, Julide, “Rhetoric of Transgression: Assurbanipal’s Babylonian Policy and Transformations in the Visual Domain” (Harvard, I. Winter)

Belcher, Ellen, “Late Neolithic Figurines From Northern Mesopotamia: A Comparative Analysis” (Columbia, N. Kampen)

Calvert, Amy, “Changing Dress, Changing Roles: The Evolution of Royal Regalia in the New Kingdom” (IFA/NYU, D. O’Connor)

Judas, Beth Ann, “Late Bronze Age Aegean Ceramics in the Nile Valley: an Analysis of Idea and Practice in the Archaeological Record” (Pennsylvania, P. Betancourt, J. Wegner)

Martin, S. Rebecca, “Hellenization and the Levant: Material Evidence of the Process of Acculturation” (UC Berkeley, A. Stewart)

Piok-Zanon, Cornelie, “The Queen Also Builds: Architecture, Gender, and Dynasty in Hellenistic Pergamon” (Pittsburgh, A.Weis)

Tuttle, Christopher, “Life in Miniature: Figurines as a Study in the Socio-Religious Culture of Petra and the Nabataean Kingdom” (Brown, M. Joukowsky)

Xin, Wu, “Central Asia in the Achaemenid Context” (Pennsylvania, H. Pittman)

Zimmerman, Michael, “The Hellenistic and Roman Pottery From the Village of ‘Araq El-Emir, Jordan: A Typological and Contextual Analysis” (Brown, M. Joukowsky)