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

Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2019

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Horisaki-Christens, Nina, “VIDEO HIROBA: Contingent Publics and Video Communication, 1966-1985” (Columbia University, J. Reynolds)

Kong, Carlos. “Queer Performances of Migration in German and German-Turkish Art and Film from West Germany through Reunification” (Princeton, B. Doherty)

Larson, Ellen “Time Zones: Contemporary Video Art from China, 1988-2019” (University of Pittsburgh, M. Gao)

Llorens, Natasha Marie, "Imagining Violence, Imagining the Nation: Algerian National Cinema between 1965 and 1979" (Columbia University, A. Alberro)

Marshall, Piper, "Ericka Beckman: Dreamwork and The Emergence of Pictures" (Columbia Univerisity, B. Joseph)

Mckee, Yates, “The Work of Art in the Age of Fossil Capital: Re-Tracing the Anthropocene in the Turner, Vertov, and Smithson” (CUNY-Graduate Center, C. Bishop)

McManus, William, “When we made movies just to make them': Warhol's films and the surface of the 1960s” (Princeton, H. Foster)

Murphy, Benjamin, “Fieldwork: Problems of Observation in Latin American Video” (Princeton, I. Small)

Park, Haeyun, “Electronic Esperanto: Trans-Pacific Development of Video Art, 1969-1991” (CUNY-Graduate Center, D. Joselit)

Shaskevich, Helena, “Specular Networks: Biopolitics and Feminist Video in 1970s America” (CUNY-Graduate Center, S. Wilson)

Stobaugh, Nathan, “New Media, New Masses: VALIE EXPORT’s Arts of Communication” (Princeton, B. Doherty)

Vickery, Jo, “Ethnographic Re-Telling: The Art of Lothar Baumgarten” (Princeton, H. Foster)