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

Japanese/Korean Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2003

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Cressman, Elizabeth, “Actor Prints from the School of Utagawa” (Louisville, J. Kloner)

Kal, Hong, “The Presence of the Past: Exhibitions, Memories, and National Identities in Colonial and Postcolonial Korea and Japan” (SUNY Binghamton, J. Tagg)

Langlois, Lisa, “Exhibiting Japan: Gender and National Identity at the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893” (Michigan, P. Simons)

Lee, Susan, “The Sōōji Screens and the Teinai Yūrakuzu” (Michigan, J. Reynolds, M. Powers)

Milhaupt, Terry Satsuki, “Flowers at the Crossroads: The Four-Hundred-Year Life of a Japanese Textile” (Washington University, K. Brock)

Mueller, Laura, “Entertaining Virtue: Gender, Personification, and the Naturalization of Confucianism in Edo Print Culture” (Wisconsin, Madison, Q. Phillips)

Murai, Noriko, “Authoring the East: Okakura Kakuzo and the Representations of East Asian Art in the Early Twentieth Century” (Harvard, H. Zerner)

Sapin, Julia Elizabeth, “Liaisons between Painters and Department Stores: Merchandising Art and Identity in Meiji Japan, 1868–1912” (University of Washington, C. Bogel)

Spurgeon, Janet Lee, “Constructing the Classical Japanese Past: History Paintings of the Meiji Period” (Wisconsin, Madison, Q. Phillips)

Tiampo, Ming, “Gutai and Informel: Postwar Art in Japan and France, 1945–1965” (Northwestern, S. Fraser)