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

Fifteenth Century
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2020

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

Barker, Hillary, "Excavating Antiquity in Renaissance Rome: Marble, the Building Industry, and the Economic Roots of the Rediscovery of Ancient Sculpture, 1400–1550” (University of Chicago, N. Atkinson, R. Zorach)

Boxer, Carly, "The Visual Culture of English Medicine, 1348–1500" (University of Chicago, A. Kumler, P. Berlekamp)

DiMartino, Caitlin, "Sovereign Bodies: The Overdetermination of Blackness in the Madonnas of France and Spain, 1450–1700 (Working Title)" (Northwestern University, C. Normore, R. Zorach)

Raghu, Shweta, "Coastal Vision and the Negotiated Arts of the Coromandel, 1610–1798" (Yale University, E. Cooke)

Seligman, Sarah Ana, "Sacrifice: Ideology and Place in French Baroque Art" (Yale University, N. Suthor)

Unluonen, Selin, "Pictures as Mirrors for Shah Tahmasp: How Manuscript Paintings Shaped Court Culture in Early Modern Iran" (Yale University, K. Rizvi)