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

Digital Scholarship/History
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2017

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Driscoll, Megan, “Art on the Internet and the Digital Public Sphere” (UCLA, M. Kwon)

Elston, Miranda L. “Spatial Interaction: Architectural Representations in Early Tudor England” (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, T. String)

Ferguson, Brinker, “Recalibrating the Museum: The Politics of Stewardship and the Physical/Digital Repatriation of Te Hau-Ki-Turanga” (University of California Santa Cruz, S. Murray)

Fetterolf, Savannah M., “The Canon According to Google: The Google Art Project and the Reconfiguration of Art Online” (George Mason University, A. Landsberg)

Shabtay, Talia, “From THINK to Look: Vision and the Mathematical Sciences in the Cybernetic Age, 1946-1961” (Northwestern University, H. Feldman)

Wasielewski, Amanda, “Krakers in the Virtual City: From Squats to Net Art in Amsterdam, 1980-1994” (Graduate Center, CUNY, D. Joselit)