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

Native American
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2004

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

Caro, Mario A., “The Native as Image: Art History and the Representation of the American Native” (Rochester, J. Berlo, M. Holly)

Dubreuil, Chisiato (Kitty), “The Art of British Columbia’s Gitksan People: The Revival of Lost Traditions at ‘ksan” (Victoria, A. Walsh)

Dueker, Christopher, “Alex Janvier: The Politics of Figuration and Abstraction in Post-War Canadian Native Art” (Columbia, E. Hutchinson)

Glinsmann, Dawn, “From Gannyaa to Edenshaw: Changes in Haida Spruce Root Hats From 1774 to 1910” (Washington, R. Wright)

Vorano, Norman D., “The Culture of Inuit Art: Museums, Modernism, and the Popular Imaginary in the Mid Twentieth Century” (Rochester, J. Berlo)