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

Northern Europe
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2018

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Hanson, Lauren, “Creating a Scene: Art and Experimentation in Düsseldorf circa 1958” (The University of Texas at Austin, A. Reynolds)

Kirchhoff, Chassica, “The Thun-Hohenstein Album: Constructing the Armored Body in the Holy Roman Empire” (University of Kansas, A. Hedeman/ S. Goddard)

Marraccini, Alexandra, “Unfolded Worlds: Allegory, Alchemy, and The Image As Structure of Knowledge In Early Modern Northern European Scientific Books” (University of Chicago, A. Kumler)

Muckart, Heather, “Absence and Artlessness in Early Modern Church of England Martyr Portraits” (The University of British Columbia, B. Wilson)

Sandoval, Elizabeth, “A Material Sign of Self: The Book as Metaphor and Representation in Fifteenth-Century Northern European Art” (Ohio State University, K. Whittington)

Tillery, Laura, “The Hanse as Artistic Network in Late Medieval Lübeck” (University of Pennsylvania, L. Silver)

Travers, Erin, “Boundaries of the Body: The Art of Anatomy in the Seventeenth-Century Netherlands” (University of California, Santa Barbara, A. Adams)

Van de Meerendonk, Suzanne, “Public displays of affection: Negotiating power and identity in ceremonial receptions in Amsterdam 1580-1660” (University of California, Santa Barbara, A. Adams)

Woodward, Elizabeth, “Le Roman de la Poire: Constructing Courtliness and Courtly Art in Gothic France” (University of Chicago, A. Kumler)

Zumaya, Diva “Clandestine Devotion, Spiritual Reformation and Community Perseverance in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Catholic Visual Culture” (University of California, Santa Barbara, A. Adams)