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

Contemporary Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2011

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Brandt, Amy, “Complicity and Critique: ‘Neo-Geo’ Art of the 1980’s” (Graduate Center, CUNY, A. Chave)

Culler, Jeremy, “From Television Signal to Magnetic Strip: An Archaeology of Experimental Television and Video Knowledge, 1962–2006” (Binghamton University, J. Tagg)

Devine, Erin C., “From Translation to Transgression: The Feminism(s) of Shirin Neshat” (Indiana, M. Facos)

Gamble, Lesley, “Her Charming Hand: Essentialism, Artistic Touch, and Feminist Art from the 1960s and 70s” (Florida, M. Hyde)

Geppert, Melissa, “Favela Effects: Brazilian Art at the Intersections of Community Development and Global Markets” (Minnesota, J. Blocker)

Johnson, Brantley, “Beyond the Pale and Back Again: The Case of Mark Wallinger” (Florida, A. Alberro, E. Segal)

Richter, Till, “Contemporary Art: Art Historical and Market Criteria” (UT Austin, R. Shiff)

Sheren, Ila, “Portable Borders/Mythical Sites: Performance Art and Politics at the US Frontera, 1968–Present” (MIT, C. Jones)

Wofford, Tobias, “Constructing Africa: The Visualization of Homeland and Diaspora in African American Art during the 1960s and 1970s” (UCLA, S. Nelson)