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

Indigenous Peoples
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2019

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Caverhill, Heather, “Mutable Moderns: An Art Colony in Blackfoot Territory and the Lives of Its Works” (The University of British Columbia, J. O’Brian)

Esquivel, Savannah, “Encountering Ornament in Sixteenth-Century Mexican Monasteries" (University of Chicago, C. Brittenham)

Goldschmidt, Michal, “Interwar Explorations of Empire and British Identity: Modernism in Mandate Palestine.” (Brown University, C. Martin)

Johnson, Josie “Before the Iron Curtain: Margaret Bourke-White’s Early Soviet Photgraphs” (Brown University, D. Nickel)

Merkin, Sophia, “Collecting the Pacific: Oceanic art in 19th-century American museums” (Columbia University, Z. Strother)

Monty, Emily, "Printmaking in Rome in the Age of Philip II." (Brown University, E. Lincoln)

Ospina, Catalina, “Knowledge Encounters: Mopa Mopa Practice in the Colonial Northern Andes” (University of Chicago, C. Brittenham; Yale University, C. Fromont)

Pappas, Allison “Considered only in its ultimate nature”: Photography between Object and Idea” (Brown University, D. Nickel)

Szantyr, Rebecca "Nicolino Calyo: A Wider View of American Art, 1833-1855." (Brown University, D. Nickel)

Tyquiengco, Marina, “What Native Looks Like Now: Embodiment in Contemporary Indigenous Art 1989-Today” (University of Pittsburgh, T. Smith)