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

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Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2018

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Dawood, Azra, “Building Protestant Modernism: John D. Rockefeller Jr. and the Architecture of an American Internationalism (1919-1939)” (MIT, N. Rabbat)

Korobkin, R. Tess, “Sculptural Bodies of the Great Depression” (Yale University, J. Raab)

Kubo, Michael, “Architecture Incorporated: Authorship, Anonymity, and Collaboration in Postwar Modernism” (MIT, M. Jarzombek)

Lazevnick, Ashley, “Precisionism in the Long 1920s” (Princeton, R. DeLue)

Lett, Amanda, “Making Money: Alfred Jones and the Business of Engraving” (Boston University, P. Hills)

Michelon, Christina, “Interior Impressions: Printed Material in the Nineteenth-Century Home” (University of Minnesota, J. Marshall)

Miller, Sequoia, “Expanding Ceramics: Experimental Clay Practices in the United States, 1963-1973” (Yale University, E. Cooke, Jr.)

Ramaswamy, Deepa, “Transactional Terrains: Partnerships, Bargains and the Postwar Redefinition of the Public Realm, New York City 1965-1980” (MIT, A. Dutta)

Salseda, Rose, “The Visual Art Legacy of the 1992 Los Angeles Riots” (University of Texas at Austin, C. Smith)

Silverman, Emma R., “The Watts Towers from Eyesore to Icon: Race and the Spaces of Outsider Art” (University of California, Berkeley, J. Bryan-Wilson)

Sperling, Juliet, “Animating Flatness: Moving Images in American Art, 1780-1895” (University of Pennsylvania, M. Leja)

Vetter, Michael, “Robert Irwin’s New Materialism” (University of Maryland, College Park, J. Shannon)

Wolff, Lesley, “¡Guerra al metate!: The Visuality of Foodways in Postrevolutionary Mexico City (1920 - 1960)” (Florida State University, M. Carrasco)