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

Critical Theory/Gender Studies/Visual Studies
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2008

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Czach, Liz, “Careless Rapture: Artifacts and Archives of the Home Movie” (Rochester, S. Willis)

De La Rosa, Gabriella, "Picturing the Colonial Enlightenment: Race, Identity, and Difference in French Visual Culture, 1682–1804" (Harvard, E. Lajer-Burcharth)

Huebner, Karla, “Eroticism, Identity, and Cultural Context: Toyen and the Prague Avant-Garde” (Pittsburgh, B. McCloskey)

Innes, Randy, “On the Limits of the Work of Art: The Fragment in Visual Culture” (Rochester, P. Duro)

Jones, Jordy, “The Ambiguous I: Photography, Gender, Self” (UC Irvine, C. Whiting)

Korkow, Cory, "Queenship and the Construction of National Identity in Nineteenth-Century British Visual Culture" (Virginia, D. Fordham)

Mizoguchi, Akiko, “Reading and Living Yaoi: Male-Male Fantasy Narratives as Women's Sexual Subculture in Japan” (Rochester, D. Crimp)

Ozka, Derya, “The Misuse Value of Space: Spatial Practices and the Production of Space in Istanbul” (Rochester, R. Haidu)

Schuldenfrei, Robin Schaefer, “Luxury and Modern Architecture in Germany, 1900–1933” (Harvard, N. Levine)

Uddin, Lisa, “Breeding Grounds: Race, Space, and Species in the New American Zoo” (Rochester, J. Saab)