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, 2005

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

Ameri, Marta, “Middle Asian Interaction Spheres at the Turn of the Second Millennium BC: The View from Gilund, Rajastan, India” (IFA/NYU, D. P. Hansen)

Andrioti, Maria, “Pious Visitors: A Study of the Sculptures of Cypriot Type Found in the Eastern Mediterranean of the Archaic and Classical Periods” (Princeton, W. Childs)

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

Gansell, Amy, “Women of Ivory as Embodiments of Ideal Feminine Beauty in the Ancient Near East during the First Millennium BCE” (Harvard, I. Winter)

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

Khatchadourian, Lori, “Beyond Dynasties: The Archaeology of Politics on the Armenian Highland ca. 600–200 BC” (Michigan, N. Yoffe, S. Alcock)

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