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

Sixteenth Century
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2020

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Dill, Olivia, "'Too Beautiful to Be Described': Maria Sibylla Merian, Labor, and Sheen in Early Modern Insect Imagery" (Northwestern University, C. Swan, M. Walton)

Herbert, Cassandre, "Le mythe de Cérès dans l'art de la Renaissance" (Université de Montréal, D. Ribouillault, P. Morel)

Perreault, Anna, "Cartographie, insularités, pouvoir: Les représentations de la mer Égée et ses îles aux 15e et 16e siècles" (Université de Montréal, D. Ribouillault)

Puleo, Risa, "Reorienting Land and Sky: Mexica and Diné Maps from the 16th through the 21st Century (Working Title)" (Northwestern University, R. Zorach, H. Feldman)

Racek, Sandra, "Dressed for Deceit: Male Cross-Dress in Mythological and Pastoral Art of the Netherlands (1600–1680)" (Northwestern University, C. Swan, R. Zorach)

Wood, Emily, "Art, Politics, and Diplomacy at the Courts of Philip II in Madrid and the Medici in Florence" (Northwestern University, J. Escobar, R. Zorach)

Woodward, Hayley, "The Codex Xolotl: The Visual Discourse of Place and History in Early Colonial Mexico" (Tulane University, E. Boone)