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 Recent Faculty Publications

Antliff, Mark

  1.  Sculpture Against the State: Anarchism and the Cosmopolitan Avant-Garde. 2017.
  2. Mark Antliff and Patricia Leighten. Le cubisme devant ses contemporains – Documents et critiques (1906-1914). Les presses du réel, (2016). (Forthcoming)
  3. "Pacifism, Violence and Aesthetics: George Woodcock's Anarchist Sojourn, 1940-1950." Anarchist Studies  vol. 23 no. 1 (May, 2015): 15-44.
  4. "Labor, Leisure, and Dissident Socialism: Robert L. Herbert’s Social History of Art." Histoire sociale de l’art: une anthologie critique. Edited by Philippe Bordes.  (2015).
  5. "From Class War to Creative Revolution: Bergson’s Communist Legacy in Britain." Annales Bergsoniennes  vol. VII (Winter, 2014): 235-58.
  6. Alexandre Levebre and Melanie White, eds.. "Bergson, Politics and Religion." Symplokē  (2014).

Antonaccio, Carla M.

  1. Sport, Spectacle, and Society in the Greek West, in Companion to Sport and Spectacle in Greco-Roman Antiquity, edited by P. Cristesen, D. Kyle, ed. (Fall, 2014), pp. 192-207, Wiley Blackwell .
  2. with J. Walsh, Athenian Black Gloss and Consumer Preference in the Mediterranean, Oxford Journal of Archaeology, vol. 33 (2014), pp. 47-67 .
  3. Donald C. Haggis. Classical Archaeology in Context: Theory and Practice in Excavation in the Greek World.   (2014).

Dillon, Sheila

  1. S Dillon. "Terracotta Figurines." The Monuments of the Eastern Hill Samothrace: Excavations conducted by the Institute of Fine Art, New York University vol. 9 (2014).
  2. S. Dillon. "Honorific Portraiture." Handbook of Greek Sculpture. Edited by Olga Palagia.  (2014).

Gabara, Esther L.

  1. "Photography, Avant-Garde and Modernity." A Companion to Modern and Contemporary Latin American & Latino Art. Edited by Alejandro Anreus, Robin Greeley, Megan Sullivan, co-editors. Blackwell Companions to Art History Series (2015).

Galletti, Sara

  1. S Galletti. "Architecture and Ceremonial at the Courts of Henri IV and Maria de' Medici, 1600-1631."   (2016). [BrowseBySeries.aspx]
  2. S Galletti. "Il Palazzo del Lussemburgo di Maria de’ Medici, Parigi, 1611–1631."   (2016).
  3. S Galletti. "The Royal Gallery at the Time of Henri IV: Architecture and Ceremonial."   vol. Autour d’Henri IV: figures du pouvoir, é (2016).
  4. S. Galletti. "Frédérique Lemerle and Yves Pauwels, Architectures de papier: la France et l’Europe, XVIe–XVIIe siècles (Turnhout : Brepols, 2013)." Renaissance Quarterly  vol. 68 no. 1 (Spring, 2015).
  5. S Galletti. "Review of Sabine Frommel and Juliette Dumas, eds., Bâtir au féminin? Traditions et stratégies en Europe et dans l’Empire ottoman (Paris: Éditions Picard, 2013)." Centro Internazionale di Studi di Architettura Andrea Palladio: Annali di Architettura  vol. 27 (2015): 188-189.
  6. S Galletti. "Review of Frédérique Lemerle and Yves Pauwels, Architectures de papier: La France et l’Europe (XVIe–XVIIe siècles), Collection "Études Renaissantes” (Turnhout: Brepols, 2013)." Renaissance Quarterly  vol. 68 no. 1 (2015): 256-258. [doi]
  7. S. Galletti. "Rubens’s Life of Maria de’ Medici: Dissimulation and the Politics of Art in Early Seventeenth-Century France." Renaissance Quarterly  vol. 67 no. 3 (Fall, 2014): 878-916. [678777]
  8. S. Galletti. "Review of Aloisio Antinori, ed., Studio d’Architettura Civile. Gli atlanti di architettura moderna e la diffusione dei modelli romani nell’Europa del Settecento (Rome: Edizioni Quasar, 2013)." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians  vol. 73 no. 3 (September, 2014): 429-431. [doi]
  9. S. Galletti. "Philibert de l’Orme’s Divine Proportions and the Composition of the Premier tome de l’Architecture." Architectural Histories  vol. 2 no. 1 (June, 2014): 1-11. [bh]
  10. S. Galletti. "The Royal Gallery at the Time of Henri IV: Architecture and Ceremonial." Autour d'Henri IV: figures du pouvoir, échanges artistiques. Edited by Luisa Capodieci, Colette Nativel.  (2014).

Leighten, Patricia

  1. "Anarchist Satire in Pre-World War I Paris: The Case of František Kupka." SubStance: A Review of Theory and Literary Criticism  (2017). (Special issue: "Rebel Lines: Comics and the Anarchist Imagination")
  2. with Mark Antliff. Le cubisme devant ses contemporains: Documents et critiques (1906-1914). Les presses du réel, (2016). (in press) [ouvrage.php]  [abs]
  3. "America, with Burk Uzzle." All About America: Photographs by Burk Uzzle, Ackland Museum of Art  (2016).
  4. "Cubist Critiques: Picasso, Rivera and World War I." Picasso and Rivera: Modernism and Ancient Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art  (2016).
  5. "The White Peril: Colonialism, L’art nègre, and Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon." European Ghosts: The Representation of Art from Africa in the Twentieth Century, Mu.ZEE Ostende, Belgium  (2015). [european-ghosts-the-representation-of-art-from-africa-in-the-twentieth-century]

McWilliam, Neil F.

  1. N.F. McWilliam. L’Art social en France de la Révolution à la Grande Guerre. Une Anthologie de textes primaires.   (September, 2014). [4825]
  2. N.F. McWilliam. "Le XIXe siècle au prisme des Visual Studies." Revue d’histoire du XIXe siècle  no. 49 (2014): 137-173. (discussion with Manuel Charpy, Christian Joschke, Ségolène Le Men & Vanessa Schwartz)
  3. "David d’Angers et la socialisation de l’exemplarité." L’Art social en France de la Révolution à la Grande Guerre. Edited by Cathérine Meneux, Neil McWilliam, Julie Ramos.  (2014).
  4. N.F. McWilliam. L’Art social en France de la Révolution à la Grande Guerre.   (2014).
  5.  L'Histoire de l'art en France 1890-1950: Acteurs, institutions, enjeux.  Les Presses du réel/ Institut national d'histoire de l'art, 2014. (co-edited with Michela Passini (CNRS))  [abs]

Morgan, David

  1. D Morgan, The Senses in Religion: Migrations of Sacred and Sensory Values (December, 2014), pp. 89-111  [abs].
  2. D Morgan, The Ecology of Images: Seeing and the Study of Religion, Religion and Society: Advances in Research, vol. 5 no. 1 (September, 2014), pp. 83-105 [doi] .
  3. D Morgan, The Image of the Protestant Bible in America (July, 2014), pp. 93-120  [abs].
  4. D Morgan, Religious Objects in Museums: Private Lives and Public Duties, Journal of Contemporary Religion, vol. 29 no. 2 (May, 2014), pp. 359-360 [doi] .

Olson, Mark

  1. M Olson, V Szabo and K Lanzoni. "Wired! and Visualizing Venice: Scaling up Digital Art History." Artl@s Bulletin  vol. 4 no. 1 (2015): 20-39. [available here]  [abs]

Stiles, Kristine

  1. K. Stiles. Concerning Consequences: Studies in Art, Destruction, and Trauma, 1978-2014. University of Chicago Press, (2014). (Forthcoming)
  2. "Kicking Holes in the Darkness: Rhys Ernst and Zackary Drucker." Whitney Biennial 2014  (2014): 56-61. (Authors of the catalog include the curators of the 2014 Whitney Biennial, Stuart Comer, Anthony Elms, Michelle Grabner.) [pdf]
  3. "The Ideal Gifts of Istvan Kantor." PERMANENT REVOLUTION: The Art of Istvan Kantor  (2014): 73-87. (Edited by Linda Feesey, and co-edited by Mireille Bourgeois)
  4. "‘…but a hammer with which to shape it.’: Media Art and Society 1959-2013." Pioneering Values: WRO 15th Biennial  (2014).

Van Miegroet, Hans J.   (search)

  1. Hans J. Van Miegroet & Neil De Marchi. "Supply-Demand Imbalance in the Antwerp Paintings Market, 1630-1680." Moving Pictures. Intra‐European Trade in Images, 16th‐18th Centuries. Edited by Sophie Raux & Neil De Marchi.  (2014): 37-76. [ShowProduct.aspx]
  2. H.J. Van Miegroet. "A dealer ring in 1780s Paris to control sale outcomes, lessen investor uncertainty and facili¬tate low-risk, cross-border arbitrage in paintings." Risk and Uncertainty in the Art Market. Edited by Anna Dempster.  (2014). [available here]  [abs]

Weisenfeld, Gennifer S.

  1.  The Fine Art of Persuasion: Corporate Advertising Design, Nation, and Empire in Modern Japan. 2016. (in preparation)
  2. Bert Winther-Tamaki. "Maximum Embodiment: Yōga, The Western Painting of Japan, 1912-1955." Journal of Japanese Studies  vol. 40 no. 1 (Winter, 2014): 187-190.
  3. "Gas Mask Parade: Japan’s Anxious Modernism." Modernism/modernity  vol. 21 no. 1 (January, 2014): 179-199.
  4. "Laughing in the Face of Calamity: Visual Satire after the Great Kantō Earthquake." Disaster as Image: Iconographies and Media Strategies across Europe and Asia  (2014): 125-134.

Wharton, Annabel J.

  1.  Models as Manipulators. 2016. (new project)
  2.  Architectural Agents: The Delusional, Abusive, Addictive Lives of Buildings. University of Minnesota Press, (2014).

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