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Native American/First Nations
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2017

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Bell, Gloria, “The Eloquence of Things: An Analysis of Indigenous Art at the 1925 Pontifical Missionary Exposition” (The University of British Columbia, C. Thrush)

Hawley, Elizabeth S., “Modern Arts and Pueblo Traditions in Santa Fe, 1909-1931” (Graduate Center, CUNY, K. Manthorne)

Johnson, Annika, “Agency at the Confluence of Dakota and Euro-American Art, 1835-1900” (University of Pittsburgh, K. Savage)

Marcoux, Gabrielle, “mode de gestion et de conceptualisation du territoire dans l’art autochtone actuel au Canada : souveraineté territoriale, visuelle et épistémologique » (Université de Montréal, L.Vigneault)

McLeod, Suzanne, “Not So Different: Sensory & Cross Cultural Recognitions between Eighteenth Century Northwest Coast Peoples and Spanish Colonial Expeditions” (University of New Mexico, J. Szabo)

Smith, Cassandra, “Kiva Murals at Pottery Mound: Toward an Analysis of a Trans-temporal Performativity and Intermediality” (University of Illinois at Chicago, V. Miller)

Stolte, Sarah, “Becoming Yeffe Kimball: Modernism, Gender, and the Construction of a ‘Native’ Identity 1935-1978” (University of Wisconsin-Madison, A. Andrzejewski)