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

Eleventh to Fourteenth Century
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2020

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Braun, Laurel Anne, "Neither Here nor There: Gender and Power within the Liminal Spaces of Double Monasteries" (Binghamton University, A. Walkling)

Brott, LauraLee, "The Holy Land within the Manuscript: Performative Cartography in BL Add. MS 10049" (University of Wisconsin–Madison, T. E. A. Dale)

Caya, Aimee, "Brazen Bodies: The Reception and Materiality of English Monumental Brasses, c. 1300–1540" (Case Western Reserve University, E. Gertsman)

Coyle, Alexander, "Frame and Format between Byzantium and Central Italy, 1200–1300" (Yale University, R. Nelson)

Fein, Ariel, "'The Most Wondrous of Man-Made Works': George of Antoch's Santa Maria dell'Ammiraglio and the Arab-Christian Community of Norman Sicily" (Yale University, R. Nelson)

Fidler, Luke, "Henry the Lion and the Art of Politics in Northern Europe, ca. 1142–1195" (University of Chicago, A. Kumler, R. Neer)

Gambert-Jouan, Anabelle, "The Places of Sculpture in Medieval Italy and Iberia: Production, Diffusion, and Display of Wood 'Deposition' Groups" (Yale University, J. Jung)

Kolarik, Tania, "The Fabric of the Trecento: The Culture of Textiles in the Long Fourteenth Century" (University of Wisconsin–Madison, T. E. A. Dale, J. Pruitt)

Potuckova, Kristina, "The Arts of Women’s Monastic Liturgy, Holy Roman Empire, 1000–1200" (Yale University, J. Jung)

Streiter, Nava, "Schemata: The Language of the Body in Middle Byzantine Illuminated Manuscripts" (Bryn Mawr, A. Walker, C. Hertel)

Summers, Mark, "Reframing Relics: Visible and Material Sanctity in Monstrance Reliquaries" (University of Wisconsin–Madison, T. E. A. Dale, J. Pruitt)

Werwie, Katherine, "Visions across the Gates: Materiality, Symbolism, and Communication in the Historiated Wooden Doors of Medieval European Churches" (Yale University, J. Jung)

Zhao, Meng, "Roaming, Listening, Gazing: Human Presence Onstage in Song-Yuan Landscape Art (960–1368)" (University of Chicago, H. Wu, A. Pop)