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, 2005

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Baum, Kelly, “The Politics of Pleasure: Gender, Desire, and Detournement in the Art of the Situationist International, 1957–1972” (Delaware, A. Gibson)

Horiuchi, Lynne, “Dislocations and Relocations: The Built Environments of Japanese American Internment” (UC Santa Barbara, E. B. Robertson)

Lavigne, Julie, “L'art fyministe et la traversye de la pornographie: Érotisme et intersubjectivity chez Carolee Schneemann, Pipilotti Rist, Annie Sprinkle et Marlene Dumas” (McGill, C. Ross)

Parkinson, Kamilla T., “Philip John Bainbrigge (1817–1881) and the ‘Group of 1838’” (Queen's University Kingston, L. Jessup)

Potvin, John, “‘the New Chivalry’: Representation of Male Bodies, Labour, Sexuality and Domestic Ideology in British Aestheticism” (Queen's University, Kingston, J. Helland)

Schertz, Peter, “Marsyas Contended: The Figure of Marsyas in Roman Art, Politics, and Religion” (USC, J. Pollini)

Wilson, Siona, “Filmic Mode: Feminist Art Practices and the Avant-Garde in North America and Britain during the 1970s” (Columbia, B. Buchloh, C. Kiaer)

Zeidler, Sebastian, “Defense of the Real: Carl Einstein's History and Theory of Art” (Columbia, B. Buchloh, R. Krauss)