In Progress

2021

  • The Carnivalesque and Belgian Modernism

    Hannah Rose Blakeley

    The Carnivalesque and Belgian Modernism

  • New Objectives: German Painting and Organized Capitalism, 1923–1929

    Joe Bucciero

    New Objectives: German Painting and Organized Capitalism, 1923–1929

  • Indigenismo

    Elise Chagas
    Indigenismo
  • Plant, Animal, Object, Human: Still Life and Empire in the United States, 1815–1875

    Molly Eckel

    Plant, Animal, Object, Human: Still Life and Empire in the United States, 1815–1875

  • Museum of the Unknown: Art, Architecture, and the Avant-garde in the 20th Century

    Julian Rose

    Museum of the Unknown: Art, Architecture, and the Avant-garde in the 20th Century

  • Fashioning Fictions in Photographs: The World of George Hoyningen-Huene

    Sasha Whittaker
    Fashioning Fictions in Photographs: The World of George Hoyningen-Huene

2020

  • Form and Materiality: The Function of Classical Greek Ornament

    William Austin
    Form and Materiality: The Function of Classical Greek Ornament
  • Len Lye’s Cinematic Art, c. 1926–44

    Christopher Barrett-Lennard
    Len Lye’s Cinematic Art, c. 1926–44
  • Small-Size Painting and Its Viewership in Southern Song Dynasty China, 1127–1279

    Mengge Cao

    Small-Size Painting and Its Viewership in Southern Song Dynasty China, 1127–1279

  • Lettrism’s "aesthetic element"

    Sara Green
    Lettrism’s "aesthetic element"
  • Of Monsters and Mirrors: Art and Empire in Nineteenth-Century Britain

    Ariel Kline

    Of Monsters and Mirrors: Art and Empire in Nineteenth-Century Britain

  • Queer Performances of Migration in German and German-Turkish Art and Film from West Germany through Reunification (1955–2000)

    Carlos Kong

    Queer Performances of Migration in German and German-Turkish Art and Film from West Germany through Reunification (1955–2000)

  • Local Depictions of the Foreign Other in Late Ming and Early Qing China

    Yutong Li

    Local Depictions of the Foreign Other in Late Ming and Early Qing China

  • The Polyphonic Forest: Photographing the Amazon, 1970–1989

    Isabela Muci-Barradas

    The Polyphonic Forest: Photographing the Amazon, 1970–1989

  • Time in Process: Primitivism and Deep Histories in American Art 1969–1983

    Luke Naessens
    Time in Process: Primitivism and Deep Histories in American Art 1969–1983
  • The Illuminated Yaysmawurk‘i:Ottoman-Armenian Painting and Confessionalism in the Age of Print

    Erin Piñon

    The Illuminated Yaysmawurk‘i: Ottoman-Armenian Painting and Confessionalism in the Age of Print

  • Storytelling on the Mosaic Floors of Late Antique Sepphoris

    Nomi Schneck

    Storytelling on the Mosaic Floors of Late Antique Sepphoris

  • Art History as Intervention: The Formation of a Discourse on Black South African Art

    Michael Zhang

    Art History as Intervention: The Formation of a Discourse on Black South African Art

2019

  • Show Men: Art, Media, and Modernist Theatricality in Egypt, 1875–1956

    Mostafa Heddaya

    Show Men: Art, Media, and Modernist Theatricality in Egypt, 1875–1956

  • Beyond the Facade: Mercantile Architecture of the German Hanse, the Dutch East India Company and the Dutch West India Company

    Suzie Hermán

    Beyond the Facade: Mercantile Architecture of the German Hanse, the Dutch East India Company and the Dutch West India Company

  • Secrecy in the Art of Santiago Rusiñol and the Catalan Modernistes

    Annemarie Iker

    Secrecy in the Art of Santiago Rusiñol and the Catalan Modernistes

  • Essai sur l’architecture Chinoise: Late 18th-Century Jesuit Studies of China

    Yifu Liu

    Essai sur l’architecture Chinoise: Late 18th-Century Jesuit Studies of China

  • Imperial Presence in the Villas of Roman Italy

    Erene Rafik Morcos

    Imperial Presence in the Villas of Roman Italy

  • Immersion—Classical Reception and Eastern European Transformations of Hygiene in the Long Eighteenth Century (ca. 1680–1830)

    Aleksander Musial

    Immersion—Classical Reception and Eastern European Transformations of Hygiene in the Long Eighteenth Century (ca. 1680–1830)

  • Manuscript production in the Abbey of Fleury 798–1004

    Francesca Pistone

    Manuscript production in the Abbey of Fleury 798–1004

  • Poetics of Dissemination in Latin America (1960–1980)

    Javier Rivero Ramos

    Poetics of Dissemination in Latin America (1960–1980)

  • Machines of Time, Towers of Knowledge: Miniature Architectural Spaces and the Design of Timepieces in Sino-Euro Encounters, Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century

    Wenjie Su

    Machines of Time, Towers of Knowledge: Miniature Architectural Spaces and the Design of Timepieces in Sino-Euro Encounters, Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century

  • Independence Drop Pon We: The Art and Politics of Jamaica, 1958–1992

    Jessica Womack

    Independence Drop Pon We: The Art and Politics of Jamaica, 1958–1992

2018

  • Reaching "Peach Blossom Spring": Poetry and Painting in Fifteenth-Century Japan and Korea

    Gina Choi

    Reaching "Peach Blossom Spring": Poetry and Painting in Fifteenth-Century Japan and Korea

  • Shen Nanpin and the Theorization of Painting in Early-Modern Japan

    Caitlin Karyadi

    Shen Nanpin and the Theorization of Painting in Early-Modern Japan

  • Painting as "Construction": Ground and Compositional Tectonics in Ferdinand Hodler's Parallelist Paintings (1889–1918)

    Denise Koller

    Painting as "Construction": Ground and Compositional Tectonics in Ferdinand Hodler's Parallelist Paintings (1889–1918)

  • Imperial Presence in the Villas of Roman Italy

    Margaret Kurkoski

    Imperial Presence in the Villas of Roman Italy

  • Commemoration and Community: Illuminated Gospel Manuscripts in Monastic Ethiopia, 1280–1350

    Meseret Oldjira

    Commemoration and Community: Illuminated Gospel Manuscripts in Monastic Ethiopia, 1280–1350

  • “Living Pictures”: Pictorialist Photography and the Illustration of Fiction

    Daniel Peacock

    “Living Pictures”: Pictorialist Photography and the Illustration of Fiction

  • Representing Difference: Painting and Performance in the Art of Raffaëlli and His Circle

    Carmen Rosenberg-Miller

    Representing Difference: Painting and Performance in the Art of Raffaëlli and His Circle

  • The Embeddedness of Religion in the Classical Greek House and its Consequences for Social Practice

    Hannah Smagh

    The Embeddedness of Religion in the Classical Greek House and its Consequences for Social Practice

  • Suggestions: Art and the Influence of the Psyche after National Socialism

    Nathan Stobaugh

    Suggestions: Art and the Influence of the Psyche after National Socialism

  • Ethnographic Re-Telling: The Art of Lothar Baumgarten

    Joanna Vickery

    Ethnographic Re-Telling: The Art of Lothar Baumgarten

2017

  • Confronting the Past in the Critical Third Century

    Brandon Green

    Confronting the Past in the Critical Third Century

  • Retrospective Styles in Roman Visual Culture

    Daniel Healey

    Retrospective Styles in Roman Visual Culture

  • Deliberate Defacement: Provocation and Response in Byzantine Illuminated Manuscripts

    Katherine King

    Deliberate Defacement: Provocation and Response in Byzantine Illuminated Manuscripts

  • Documents of Social Life: Photography in Popular Front France

    Caitlin Ryan

    Documents of Social Life: Photography in Popular Front France

  • The Renovation of the Habsburg-Lorraine residences: Eighteenth-Century Imperial and Archducal Palaces in Prague, Brussels, and Florence

    Luciano Vanni

    The Renovation of the Habsburg-Lorraine residences: Eighteenth-Century Imperial and Archducal Palaces in Prague, Brussels, and Florence

  • Paintings, Bound: The Problems of Reading Nineteenth-Century Japanese Printed Pictorial Books

    Mai Yamaguchi

    Paintings, Bound: The Problems of Reading Nineteenth-Century Japanese Printed Pictorial Books

2016

  • Concordia and Succession at Rome

    Heather Russo

    Concordia and Succession at Rome

2014

  • Opaque Surfaces and Lived Illusions: Minimalism and the Status of Painting in the 1960s

    Alex Bacon

    Opaque Surfaces and Lived Illusions: Minimalism and the Status of Painting in the 1960s

  • Staging the Social Document in the Progressive Era: Jacob Riis, Frances Johnston, Lewis Hine

    Amanda Bock

    Staging the Social Document in the Progressive Era: Jacob Riis, Frances Johnston, Lewis Hine

  • The Content of Context: Appropriation in American Art of the 1980s

    Johanna Burton

    The Content of Context: Appropriation in American Art of the 1980s

  • Drawing from Architecture: The Conceptual Methods of Sol LeWitt's Art, 1965–1980

    Erica DiBenedetto

    Drawing from Architecture: The Conceptual Methods of Sol LeWitt's Art, 1965–1980

  • The Art of War: Battle Paintings of New Spain, 1665–1714

    Kirsten Hammer Dueck

    The Art of War: Battle Paintings of New Spain, 1665–1714

  • Johann Georg Bendl: Premier Sculptor of Prague’s Early Baroque

    Mirka Fette

    Johann Georg Bendl: Premier Sculptor of Prague’s Early Baroque

  • Glorious Pulpits: Flemish Preekstoelen, 1650–1750

    Elizabeth Gebauer

    Glorious Pulpits: Flemish Preekstoelen, 1650–1750

  • The Augustan Honorific Altar: Its Emergence, Monumentalization, and Eclipse

    Megan Goldman-Petri

    The Augustan Honorific Altar: Its Emergence, Monumentalization, and Eclipse

  • Asger Jorn and the Classification of Disfiguration 1948–65

    Niels Henriksen

    Asger Jorn and the Classification of Disfiguration 1948–65

  • A New Realism: Fernand Léger, 1918–1931

    Megan Heuer

    A New Realism: Fernand Léger, 1918–1931

  • The Art of Vija Celmins

    Frances Jacobus-Parker

    The Art of Vija Celmins

  • Assembling ‘Korea’: Peninsular Arts in Sixteenth-Century Japan

    Sol Jung

    Assembling ‘Korea’: Peninsular Arts in Sixteenth-Century Japan

  • Court and Countryside: Central Italian Villas of the Mid-Sixteenth Century

    Loukas Karentzos

    Court and Countryside: Central Italian Villas of the Mid-Sixteenth Century

  • I am the True Vine: Acculturation, Appropriation, and Assimilation in Religious Iconography of Late Antiquity

    Elizabeth J. Kessler

    I am the True Vine: Acculturation, Appropriation, and Assimilation in Religious Iconography of Late Antiquity

  • "Right Matter in the Right Place": The Paintings of Albert Pinkham Ryder

    Miri Kim

    "Right Matter in the Right Place": The Paintings of Albert Pinkham Ryder

  • The Histories of Greek Cult Statues outside of Ritual

    Laura Lesswing

    The Histories of Greek Cult Statues outside of Ritual

  • The Prehistory of the Middle and Lower Changjiang Region

    David Liu

    The Prehistory of the Middle and Lower Changjiang Region

  • "When we made movies just to make them": Warhol's Films and the Surface of the 1960s

    William McManus

    "When we made movies just to make them": Warhol's Films and the Surface of the 1960s

  • The MARS Group: Going Modern in Britain, 1933–1957

    Christiana Papadimitriou

    The MARS Group: Going Modern in Britain, 1933–1957

  • Documentary Expanded: The Work of Hito Steyerl, 1994–2015

    Ying Sze Pek

    Documentary Expanded: The Work of Hito Steyerl, 1994–2015

  • The Sculptural Prop and the Activation of the Object, 1960–1979

    Kristin Poor

    The Sculptural Prop and the Activation of the Object, 1960–1979

  • The Ethics and Aesthetics of Reuse in Postmodern Design

    Haneen Rabie

    The Ethics and Aesthetics of Reuse in Postmodern Design

  • "Our Decorative Scheme": Abstraction and Subversion in the Designs of the Omega Workshops, 1913–1919

    Ryan Reineck

    "Our Decorative Scheme": Abstraction and Subversion in the Designs of the Omega Workshops, 1913–1919

  • The Album Format in Nanjing Painting, 1640–1680

    Gregory Seiffert

    The Album Format in Nanjing Painting, 1640–1680

  • Veri Ritratti: Pietro Longhi and Genre Painting in Eighteenth-Century Venice

    Christina Stacey

    Veri Ritratti: Pietro Longhi and Genre Painting in Eighteenth-Century Venice

  • Raoul Ubac's Photographic Surrealism

    Phil Taylor

    Raoul Ubac's Photographic Surrealism

  • Methods for Modernism: Arthur Wesley Dow Intersects the Stieglitz Circle

    Diana Tuite

    Methods for Modernism: Arthur Wesley Dow Intersects the Stieglitz Circle

  • Truth in Translation: Discourses of Photography in Republican Era China

    Stephanie H. Tung

    Truth in Translation: Discourses of Photography in Republican Era China

  • Collaboration in Painting Practice: Notions of Individuality and Quality in Chinese Art

    Kim Wishart

    Collaboration in Painting Practice: Notions of Individuality and Quality in Chinese Art

  • The Johns Device: The Intersection of Bodies, Words, and Objects in Jasper Johns’s Art, 1959–1972

    Hannah Yohalem

    The Johns Device: The Intersection of Bodies, Words, and Objects in Jasper Johns’s Art, 1959–1972

  • Pages of Memory: Paper Travel in Renaissance Europe, 1480–1600

    Laura Zukerman

    Pages of Memory: Paper Travel in Renaissance Europe, 1480–1600