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Dissertations Completed

2012

The Making and Unmaking of Freedom: Sound, Affect, and Bejing.

Adel Wang

The 'Art' of Class Building in Late Medieval Siena

Laura Dobrynin

The Representation of Globalization in Contemporary Films about Africa

Abdullah Mohammad

 

2011

The Artistic Patronage Of Albrecht V In Counter-Reformation Munich
Adam Gustafson

2010

The Plow That Broke The Plains: An Analysis Of American Musical Identity Through Function, Context, And Association
Jason Hartz

Body Of Tradition: Becoming A Woman Dalang In Bali
Jennifer Goodlander

Steve Biko And Black Consciousness In Post-Apartheid South African Poetry
Spree MacDonald


2009

The Historical Thought of Film: Terrence Malick and Philosophical Cinema
Steve Rybin

The Responsibility of Forms: Social and Visual Rhetorics of Appalachian Identity
Cari Massey

2007

Labyrinthine Depictions and Tempting Colors: The Synesthetic Dance of Loie Fuller as Symbolist Choreography
Caroline Kappel

Convent Spaces and Religious Women: A Look at a Seventeenth-Century Dichotomy
Liz jones

The "Looouvre" From China: A Critical Study of C.T. Loo and the Framing of Chinese Art in the United States, 1915-1950
Daisy Wang

Cuban Zarzuela and the (Neo)Colonial Imagination: a Subaltern Historiography of Music Theater in the Caribbean
Henry MacCarthy

The Soul That Thinks: Essays on Philosophy, Narrative and Symbol in the Cinema and Thought of Andrei Tarvkovsky
Dan Jones

The Music Behind the Image: A Study of the Social and Cultural Identity of Jazz
Koren Heather Pinson

Mirrors, Morality, and Musings: A Study of Elizabeth Layton's Visual Dialectic
Alesa Mansfield

A Disposition of Transcendence: Christian Platonism and Personalism as Prolegomena for Approaching Art snd Life
Pamela Rossi-Keen

The Dawn is Behind Your Picture: Musical Cubism and Surrealism in Francis Poulenc's Le Travail Du Pentre
Laura Fry

2006

Queerly Masculine: Disrupting the Myth of the Naturalness of the American Masculine Ideal Through the Performance of the Mormom Patriarch

       Liz Ruchti

Nine Paintings by Charles Sheeler: a Study in the Literary and Aesthetic Influences upon Sheeler’s Expression of the Local

Heather Stark

Constructing the Category “Entartete Kunst”: the Degenerate Art Exhibition of 1937 and Postmodern Historiography

      Mike McKeon

2005
      Ana Mendieta: Form and Content in Displacement

      Isabel Graziani

      The Transformation of the Middle Eastern Dancer in the Painting of Jean Leon Gerome and the           Films of Farid Al-atrash

      Rihab Bagnole

Symbolist Films

Anna Ma

The Art of Diego Rivera Through the Lens of Existential Psychology
Jonathan Maffay

The Signs of Comedy: A Semiotic Approach to Comedy in the Arts
Matthew Turner

Blurred Boundaries and Return to Authenticity: Image Politics of Art in Cyberspace
Aaron Chiu

Bonds
Carolina Conte

2004
'Oz' Wide Shut: Cinematic Mythos in Stanley Kubrick's Final Film
James Caplinger

Affinity Between Chant and Image: a Study of a Late Fourteenth-century Florentine Antiphonary/gradual (Baltimore: Walters Art Museum, Ms. W153)
Dale Hoover

Whistler's Application of Musical Terminology to His Paintings: The Search for a Synaesthetic Response
Jo Sager

Ogam and the Integumenta of Word and Image in the Book of Durrow
Lacey Thompson

2003

Chaos Theory and Robert Wilson: A Critical Analysis of Wilson's Visual Arts and Theatrical Performances
Shahida Manzoor

Unveil the Veiled: An Interdisciplinary Study of Aesthetic Ideas in the Works of Piet Mondrian and Samual Beckett
Chinhong Lim Chang

2002

Intervention, Activation and Rupture: in Hans Haacke's Hommage A Marcel Broodthaers and Mac Wellman's Crowbar at the Victory
Rosemarie Basile

2001

Maurice Maeterlinck and Edvard Munch: A Comparative Study of Form and Idea
Masoud Nourizadeh

Eugene O'Neill as Composer: the S.S. Glencairn Cycle
Richard Sater

2000

The Art Of Cora Sandel: A Norwegian Painter and Writer, Alison Aune-Hinkel The Confessional Form: A Structuring Device in Albert Camus' "La Chute" (1957) and Irving Pichel's "They Won't Believe Me" (1947)
Larry Ranney

1999

The Golden Proportion: Is It an Integral Compositional Element in George Bellows' "The Sawdust Trail" and the First Movement of Igor Stravinsky's "Symphony in Three Movements?"
Pat McCoy

Joseph Beuys and Werner Herzog: Giving Voice to a Collective Silence
Scott Boyd

Logos as Number and Proportion in Amiens Cathedral and in the Kyrie of the "Messe De Nostre Dame" by Guillaume De Machaut
Dominique Bardet

The Eye of the I: The Eye as Organizing Principle in the Metafictions of Samuel Beckett and Federico Bellini
Bill Cook

1998

A Concept of Immediacy as Seen in Lin Fengmian's Painting and W. C. Williams' Poetry
Youzhuang Geng.

"The Divine Providence" A Ceiling Decoration at the Palazzo Barberini, and in "The First Anniversarie and The Second Anniversarie"
Mohammad Ali Bhatt