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

Eleventh to Fourteenth Century
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2018

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Adams, Eston, “The History and Significance of the Navicella Mosaic at St. Peter's, Rome” (University of Louisville, C. Fulton)

Binning, Ravinder, “The Medieval Art of Fear: Christ Pantokrator after Iconoclasm” (Stanford University, B. Pentcheva)

Cook, Lindsay, “Architectural Citation of Notre-Dame of Paris in the Land of the Paris Cathedral Chapter” (Columbia University, S. Murray)

Landry, Khristin, “The Sacred Landscape of Mayapan, A Postclassic Maya Center” (University of Illinois at Chicago, V. Miller)

Smith, Rebecca A., “Measuring the Past: The Geometry of Reims Cathedral” (University of Iowa, R. Bork)

Partridge, Joy, “Visualizing Knowledge in the Illuminated Manuscripts of the Breviari d'amor” (Graduate Center, CUNY, C. Hahn)

Platts, Christopher, “Paolo Veneziano and the Patronage and Reception of Venetian Gothic Painting” (Yale, R. Nelson)

Rodriguez, James A, “Images for Personal Devotion in an Age of Liturgical Synthesis: Bilateral Icons in Byzantium, ca. 1100-1453” (Yale University, R. Nelson)

Woodward, Elizabeth, “Le Roman de la Poire: Constructing Courtliness and Courtly Art in Gothic France” (University of Chicago, A. Kumler)