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

Native American
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2012

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Crosby, Marcia, “Urban Aboriginal Cultural Production: A Dialogue between Representations and the Imaginary, and Historical Facts and Experience” (University of British Columbia, C. Townsend-Gault)

Dangeli, Miqu’el, “Dancing Sovereignty: Politics and Protocols of Northwest Coast First Nations Dance” (University of British Columbia, C. Townsend-Gault)

Dubreuil, Chisato, “It Took More Than a Village: The Story of the Ksan Historical Outdoor Museum and the Kitanmax School of Northwest Coast Indian Art” (University of Victoria, C. Harding)

Dueker, Christopher, “Alex Janvier: Narrativity, Mnemonics, and Oral Tradition in Private and Public Spheres” (Columbia, E. Hutchinson)

Navratil, Emily Schuchardt, “Native American Chic: The Marketing of Native Americans in New York between the World Wars” (CUNY, J. Sund)

Redcorn-Miller, Marla, “Renegotiating Community Boundaries: Kiowa Painting in the First Half of the Twentieth Century” (Columbia, E. Hutchinson)

Ronan, Kristine, “Buffalo Dancer: The Biography of an Image” (Michigan, D. Doris)

Ruud, Brandon, “Beneath the Surface: The Aesthetic and Ideological Appropriation of Native American Artwork during the Arts and Crafts Period” (UIC, E. Baird)