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Goodman Emily Elizabeth (2016) 
Feeding Feminism: Food and Gender Ideology in American Women's Art, 1960-1979
PhD, University of California - San Diego, USA

Marcia Roberts-Deutsch (2016) 
Up to and including her limits : body language and body politics in performance
PhD, University of Hawaii - Manoa, USA

Fivi Spyridonos (2016) 
The illustrative bridge between Kitsch and Avant Garde Feminism
MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Amanda M Wada (2015) 
Cindy Sherman: Fashion take-offs
MA, University of California, Long Beach, USA

Laken Bridges (2015) 
Invisible Labor and the Preservation of Dignity.
MFA, Clemson University, USA

Meta Gary (2015) 
Maintaining Hierarchies: The Perpetuation of Class and Labor Divisions in Mierle Laderman Ukeles' Transfer: Maintenance of the Art Object.
MA, Georgia State University, USA

Katelyn Ann Seprish (2015) 
The Strange Hair and the Pretty Nipple
MFA, University of Notre Dame, USA

Jennifer A. Schwartz (2015) 
Childbirth as a profound experience: Exploring narrative and image of experiences during birth
PhD, California Institute of Integral Studies, USA

Yu Xia (2015) 
Yoko Ono and her contributions to feminist art
PhD, University of Texas – Austin, USA

Elisabeth Ann Holt (2015) 
User Experience with Archives and Feminist Teaching Conversations with The Judy Chicago Art Education Collection.
PhD, Penn State University, USA

Laura Joseph (2015) 
Shadow Feminism: Disavowed Feminized Labor in Postwar American Art
PhD, University of Minnesota, USA

Carter Nicole April (2015) 
Performing Radical Black Womanhood: Black Women Artists as Critical Public Pedagogues
PhD, Eastern Michigan University, USA

Martorana  Christine (2015) 
Looking Outside to Empower within: Feminist Activists, Feminist Agency, and the Composition Classroom
PhD, Florida State University, USA

Qianqian Hu (2015) 
An Elegant Awkwardness
MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Heather Kathleen Whittlesey (2015) 
Tensegrity
MFA, Iowa State University, USA

Hannah Rebecca McBride (2015) 
Artforher
MFA, Western Carolina University, USA

Niles Krista Joy (2015) 
An Arranged Deconstruction: The Feminist Art Practice of Louise Lawler
MA, University of Arizona, USA

Rachel Giordano (2015) 
Readymaintenance : systems, feminist economics, and the immaterial readymade in the work of Mierle Laderman Ukeles
MA, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Sarah Anne Dickerson (2015) 
Borderlines of labor : Margarita Cabrera’s sculptures and the (un)American dream
MA, University of Texas – Austin, USA

Andrea Ferber (2015) 
Nancy Spero: printing, writing, collaging.
PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA

Sybil Elizabeth Gohari (2014) 
Through the Looking Glass: Race and Gender in the Reception of Paintings by Helen Frankenthaler, Norman Lewis, Alma Thomas, and Mark Tobey
PhD, University of Maryland, USA

Alexandra de los Angeles Jones Torres (2014) 
Agency and Pornography: Erika Lust’s Female Gaze
MA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Amanda Le Kline (2014) 
Speculation on the Trajectory of Human Kin
MFA, Ohio State University, USA

Indra K. Lacis (2014) 
Celebrity and Performance: Marina Abramovic – Contemporary Art Star
PhD, Case Western Reserve University, USA

Constance A Lutz (2014) 
Visual Art Teachers’ Ranges of Understanding and Classroom Practices of Assessment for Student Learning In Visual Art Education
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Brittany Nicole Tullis (2014) 
Constructions of femininity in Latin/o American comics : redefining womanhood via the male-authored comic
PhD, University of Iowa, USA

Alexandra Christine  Fabrizio (2014) 
Too Hot to Handle (?): Provocations and Their Redemptive Effect in the Works of Nao Bustamante
BA Senior project, Bard College, USA

Phoebe Stewart  Herland (2014) 
The Artist In Context: Exploring the Curatorial Treatment of Agnes Martin
BA Senior project, Bard College, USA

Kaelyn D. Rodriguez (2014) 
Authorship and Memory in Judy Baca's Murals
MA, University of California, USA

Jordan S. Powers (2014) 
Femininity, Pinterest, and the Appropriation of Jane Austen
MA, East Tennessee State University, USA

Sandra Burke (2014) 
Thinking Bodies and Sensational Minds: Affect and Embodiment in Contemporary Art
PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Elizabeth R. Canfield (2014) 
QUEER ALCHEMIES: RADICAL FUTURITY IN THE SHELL OF THE NOW
PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Rachel Lynn Livedalen (2014) 
Hey! Hey! What ever happened to the garden?
MFA, University of Iowa, USA

Kathren Martin (2014) 
The Aesthetic Which is Not One: The Feminist (un)Aesthetic in the Works of Caryl Churchill and Suzan Lori-Parks
MA, University of South Carolina - Columbia, USA

Toshia C. Humphries (2014) 
TLReflection: A life-inspired work of feminist art therapy
PhD, Texas Tech University, USA

Erin Elizabeth Hinz (2014) 
Mermaid Pinch: Investigating Identity and Sexual Subjectivity within a Gendered System.
MFA, University of Notre Dame, USA

Alexandra Devin Vicich (2014) 
Therapeutic change for women in collective performance
PhD, New York University, USA

H. Dawn Hamilton (2014) 
Myth and Archetype in the Studio: An Artist's Encounter with a Goddess
PhD, Prescott College, USA

Christy R. Kirk (2014) 
Finding Cathartic Beauty in Trauma and Abjection
MFA, Washington University, USA

Priya Nadkarni (2014) 
Heard or Dreamed About
MFA, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA

Marisa White-Hartman (2014) 
A Feminist Inheritance? Questions of Subjectivity and Ambivalence in Paul McCarthy, Mike Kelley and Robert Gober
PhD, City University of New York, USA

Amanda Kathryn Stone (2014) 
Negotiating feminine absence: menstruation and visual culture.
MA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Sarah Elizabeth Tancred (2014) 
Just Leftovers.
MFA, University of Montana, USA

Victoria Elizabeth Thomas (2014) 
Discourses of sexual assault: Project Unbreakable and The art of healing"."
MA, California State University, Sacramento, USA

Kelly Voss (2014) 
Valie Export, Gina Pane, and Orlan:Pain, Body Art, and the Question of the Feminine.
MA, University of Cincinnati, USA

Stacy Bloom Rexrode (2014) 
Studio craft and the production of the heirloom.
MFA, University of North Carolina, USA

Amy B Ritter (2014) 
My Body In Visual Culture.
MA, Ohio State University, USA

Natalie H McLaurin (2014) 
You are a Weird Bird.
MFA, University of New Orleans, USA

Alexa Nutile (2014) 
(Dis)connections.
MFA, Southern Illinois University, USA

Bettina A Judd (2014) 
Feelin Feminism: Black Women's Art as Feminist Thought .
PhD, University of Maryland, USA

Alana D Kidder (2014) 
Women Artists in Pop: Connections to Feminism in Non-Feminist Art.
MA, Ohio University, USA

Maayan Glaser-Koren (2014) 
Lynn Hershman Leeson's Roberta Breitmore and the Art of Becoming a Woman
MA, San Jose State University, USA

Clare Dwyer Eberle (2014) 
Place & public longing: Sharon Hayes's love addresses as critical spatial practice.
MA, University of Southern California, USA

Toshia C. Humphries (2014) 
TLReflection: A life-inspired work of feminist art therapy.
MA, Texas Tech University, USA

Jessica Maria Michael Arana (2014) 
Revealing borderland identities: diaspora, memory, home, and art.
MA, California State University, Northridge, USA

Molly Valentine Dierks (2014) 
home/body.
MFA, University of Michigan, USA

Teresa Minarsich (2014) 
Girl-becomings: Girls Theorizing Girlhood through Visual Art, Theatre and Digital Communication
PhD, Arizona State University, USA

Kendris T. Myers (2014) 
For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow is Enuf
MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Elisabeth Erin Pankl (2014) 
THE CRITICAL GEOGRAPHIES OF FRIDA KAHLO
PhD, Kansas State University, USA

Caroline Emily Prechter (2014) 
Hildegard von Bingen: The Problems of Discovering a Feminist Role Model
MA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Katherine Rosenheim (2014) 
Nude performances in the practice of Fiona Banner, 2006-2010
MA, University of Southern California, USA

Ashley Helen Seilhamer (2014) 
Decentralization of materialism: the battle against materialism for equality and identity
MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Sara H Salazar (2014) 
The curandera's daughters: Spirituality art and activism in the lives and works of Cherrie Moraga and Lila Downs
PhD, California Institute of Integral Studies, USA

Victoria Shackelford (2014) 
Mary's mandala story: Images of chaos in mandala psychology
PhD, Pacifica Graduate Institute, USA

Yoonjung Kang (2014) 
Art as a mirror and window on cultural diversity in South Korea: A critical analysis of artworks by three contemporary artists with implications for art education
PhD, Florida State University, USA

Steven Reginald Hammer (2014) 
Writing (Dirty) New Media: Technorhetorical Opacity, Chimeras and Dirty Ontology
PhD, North Dakota State University, USA

Joan Y Mace (2014) 
Rupturing the 'reality' of reality TV: Contemporary video artists examining the discursive effects of the reality TV phenomenon
MA, California State University, Long Beach, USA

Erin Elizabeth Hinz (2014) 
Mermaid Pinch: Investigating Identity and Sexual Subjectivity within a Gendered System
MFA, University of Notre Dame, USA

Nicole Lauren Urquidi (2014) 
Cindy Sherman: Portraits in question
MA, University of California, Long Beach, USA

Leal Damaris (2014) 
Decolonizing Chicana art: The work of Santa C Barraza, Amalia Mesa-Bains, and Alma Lopez
MA, California State University, Long Beach, USA

Melanie Anne  Pauls (2014) 
Piecing together creativity: feminist aesthetics and the crafting of quilts
MA, DePaul University, USA

Kiley Anna McCarthy (2013) 
Ritual, nourishment, and caregiving: The performances of Barbara T Smith and Linda Montano
MA, University of Southern California, USA

EunHee Kim (2013) 
Theoretical relationship between expressive/art therapy and postmodern philosophy
MA, Hofstra University, USA

Kristen M Fallica (2013) 
Sustaining feminist film cultures: An institutional history of Women Make Movies
PhD, University of Pittsburgh, USA

Sausan Saulat (2013) 
This, That and the Other : Occidental Accidents
MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Kiley Anna McCarthy (2013) 
Ritual, nourishment, and caregiving: the performances of Barbara T. Smith and Linda Montano
MA, Public Art Studies, University of Southern California, USA

Summers Esther Morris (2013) 
Deconstructing Books, Reconstructing Women
MA, University of South Carolina, USA

Debra Elizabeth Cardell (2013) 
Mina Loy and the Electric Body
MA, University of Tennessee – Knoxville, USA

Katy Ballard (2013) 
Queens of the South Plains: Collected oral histories of drag queens living in Lubbock, TX.
MA, Texas Tech University, USA

April Louise Durham (2013) 
Collaborative Aesthetics and the Politics of Trans-Subjectivity.
PhD, University of California, Riverside, USA

Tia Simone Gardner (2013) 
The other collectives of the left: reading Black left feminisms in sites of transatlantic cultural praxis.
MA, University of Alabama, USA

Martha Elisabeth Polk (2013) 
What Is Wrong With Carol?: Narrative, Genre, Feminism, and Language in Todd Haynes' Safe.
MA, Emory University, USA

Brian Pridham (2013) 
Lady bits.
MA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Anna Gallagher Warbelow (2013) 
Camping the Canon: Yasumasa Morimura's Queer Performative Critique of Art History.
PhD, Washington University in St. Louis, USA

Elizabeth Winnel (2013) 
Lip Sync.
MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Kara SwamI (2013) 
Destabilizing the Sign:The Collage Work of Ellen Gallagher, Wangechi Mutu, and Mickalene Thomas.
MA, University of Cincinnati, USA

Denise Tupper (2013) 
My Family of Women: Celebrating Blackness and Exploring Themes of Black Feminism
BA, Scripps College, USA

Heather Jo Burmeister (2013) 
Rural Revolution: Documenting the Lesbian Land Communities of Southern Oregon
MA, Portland State University, USA

Elizabeth Melanson (2013) 
The patronage of modern art by the high society women of Paris, 1871-1914
PhD, University of Delaware, USA

Rebecca Elaine Schuiling (2013) 
A Thematic Analysis of the Material Culture of Artwork Using Knit as an Artistic Medium
PhD, Eastern Michigan University, USA

Deborah Deborah Levine (2013) 
Knitting as art
MA, University of Louisville, USA

Roya Amirsoleymani (2013) 
Planning for Public Participation and Community Engagement in Contemporary Feminist Art
PhD, University of Oregon, USA

Janette Cervin (2013) 
Flowers in a contemporary painting practice
MA, Unitec Institute of Technology, USA

Cherryl Llamas (2013) 
Self-representations of women artists : the "I" of the other (Yayoi Kusama, Hanh Thi Pham, and Laurel Nakadate)
MA, San Francisco State University, USA

Emily Katherine Liebert (2013) 
Roles Recast: Eleanor Antin and the 1970s
PhD, Columbia University, USA

Adrianne Woods (2013) 
Female Character Development in Select Works by Lope de Vega, María de Zayas, and Calderón de la Barca
MA, University of South Carolina, USA

Hilkka Marja Booker (2013) 
Our Ladies: Third Space Identities in Chicana Artistic Expressions, 1970-2000
PhD, University of Maryland, USA

Jayeon Kim (2013) 
We Came! We Stripped! We Conquered! The Sextremist Feminists of FEMEN in Ukrainian Historical Context and Contemporary Controversy
Honors Thesis, Colby College, USA

Rebecca Ashley Van Kollenburg (2013) 
Evolving Artist/Audience Agency in the Trajectory of Feminist Performance Art: Carolee Schneemann’s Interior Scroll, Annie Sprinkle’s Post-Porn Modernist, and Narcissister’s Narcissister is You
BA Senior project, Bard College, USA

Kristina Starr (2013) 
Lady bits
MA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Jessica Volmer (2013) 
She’s Forever Present, Marina Abramovic: An Artist, An Innovator, And The Grandmother of Performance Art
BA, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, USA

Beatriz Anguiano (2013) 
The place of Chicana feminism and Chicano art in the history curriculum
MA, California State University, Sacramento, USA

Rhonda ReChelle Barbour (2013) 
Perfomance of memory and ritual: selected works by Ana Mendieta and Tania Bruguera
MA, University of Southern California, USA

Marie Caitlin  (2013) 
Yasumasa Morimura: Appropriator of Images, Cultures, and Identities
MA, Bowling Green State University, USA

Rebecca Adeline Johnston (2013) 
Culture in the crucible : Pussy Riot and the politics of art in contemporary Russia
MA, University of Texas – Austin, USA

Amy Gardner Harlee (2013) 
Art and stories of social justice identity development from white, christian women offer Insights for a Social Justice Education for Young People
PhD, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, USA

Marta Fernandez Campa (2013) 
Fragmented Memories: The Archival Turn in Contemporary Caribbean Literature and Visual Culture (Roshini Kempadoo)
MA, University of Miami, USA

Samantha Gaier (2013) 
Interior Decoration as Fine Art: Rachel Feinstein and The Sorbet Room, 2001
MA, Bowling Green State University, USA

Kristy L. Ganoe (2013) 
Mindful Movement as a Cure for Colonialism.
PhD, Bowling Green State University, USA

Dinah Holtzman (2012) 
Portrait of the postmodern artist as hysteric: Cindy Sherman, Matthew Barney, and Kara Walker
PhD, University of Rochester, USA

Kathryn Marie Maddux (2012) 
QWERTY : WOMAN :: ABCDEF : MAN or clear syntax is offline in foxholes or how i learned to live my life as a conjunction (Painting)
MFA, University of Texas – Austin, USA

Elizabeth Nicole Marterre (2012) 
Chicana political visionaries : a review of political art, cultural resistance and Chicana aesthetics
MA, University of Texas – Austin, USA

Wendy Davis Beccue-Barnes (2012) 
War brides: a practice-based examination of translating women's voices into textile art
PhD, Kansas State University, USA

Megan Breen Dwyre (2012) 
To Be "High" and "Fine": Quilts, Art, and Power, 1971-1991
MA, University of Maryland, USA

T K. Widmer (2012) 
Performing Transition: Depictions of the Transgender Experience
MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Sharkey Willow (2012) 
Love Meetings: Impersonality and Intimacy in the Art of Sharon Hayes
MA, California State University, Chico, USA

Graciela Arguelles (2012) 
Dignidad Rebelde : the (re)writing of a modern day Chicana and Chicano codex
MA, San Francisco State University, USA

Megan Ampe  (2012) 
Martha Rosler's Bringing the War Home: House Beautiful, 1967-1972: An Interrogation of the American Dream
MA, University of Oregon, USA

Jennifer Moreland (2012) 
Quilting: An Examination of Harriet Powers and Elizabeth Hobbs Keckley (Faith Ringgold)
MA, University of New Mexico, USA

Jamie L. Ratliff (2012) 
Visualizing female agency : space and gender in contemporary women's art in Mexico.
PhD, University of Louisville, USA

Melissa Rachel Schwartz (2012) 
Embodied Ethics : Transformation, Care, and Activism Through Artistic Engagement
MA, University of North Florida, USA

Jamie Libby Boyle (2012) 
Acting Alone: Solo Female Performers, Their American Audiences, and Embodiment
PhD, University of South Carolina, USA

Loie Hollowell (2012) 
Reflections on Sexuality, Sensuality, and Painting
MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Genevieve Yue (2012) 
Medusan optics: film, feminism, and the forbidden image.
PhD, University of Southern California, USA

Tamar Reva Einstein (2012) 
Sew it seams: Wearing the symbols of distant neighbors
PhD, Lesley University, USA

Elizabeth Allison Ferrell (2012) 
The Ring around 'The Rose': Jay DeFeo and her Circle
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Janise G Roselle (2012) 
Bodies Under Empire: The Territory of American Feminism.
PhD, University of California, Riverside, USA

Dora C May (2012) 
Personal archaeology : an autoethnographic illumination of a late-blooming feminist artist.
MA, Western Carolina University, USA

Brittany Lockard (2012) 
Size Matters: Imagery of the Fat Female Body in the Art of Lucian Freud, Jenny Saville, Joel-Peter Witkin, Laurie Toby Edison, Leonard Nimoy, and Laura Aguilar.
PhD, University of Kansas, USA

Carrie Elizabeth Johnson (2012) 
Visual Anatomy of a Transient Self.
MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Valerie Garlick (2012) 
Cutting Edge: Re-reading Iconography in Body Worlds.
MA, University of Connecticut, USA

Stephanie Lynne Finkelstein (2012) 
Ana Mendieta- a search for identity .
MA, University of Missouri, Kansas City, USA

Heather Leigh Barfield (2012) 
Artaud's Daughters" : "Plague and Cruelty" as feminist performance practices of transformation
PhD, University of Texas – Austin, USA

Elizabeth Gillette Offensend (2012) 
Crafting a Space: A Feminist Analysis of the Relationship Between Women, Craft, Business and Technology on Etsy.com
MA, Portland State University, USA

Adrienne M. White (2012) 
Performed absence and a pre-formed audience: Martha Rosler's postcard novels and their implications for feminist art practice from the seventies to today
MA, Public Art Studies, University of Southern California, USA

Hanna Yoo (2012) 
In and out of character : Eleanor Antin's role-playing project, 1972-87
MA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA

Amelia McCauley Kraehe (2012) 
Creating art: creating selves: Negotiating professional and social identities in preservice teacher education
PhD, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Dora C May (2012) 
Personal archaeology: An autoethnographic illumination of a late-blooming feminist artist
MA, Western Carolina University, USA

Wendy Davis Beccue-Barnes (2012) 
War brides: A practice-based examination of translating women's voices into textile art
PhD, Kansas State University, USA

Tabitha A Morgan (2012) 
A 'living art': Working-class, transcultural, and feminist aesthetics in the United States, Mexico, and Algeria, 1930s
PhD, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA

Jennifer L Motter (2012) 
Feminist art curriculum: Politicizing the personal via cyberpost activism
PhD, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Jamie L Ratliff (2012) 
Visualizing female agency: Space and gender in contemporary women's art in Mexico
PhD, University of Louisville, USA

Pamela Akinyi Wadende (2011) 
Chwuech manimba: Indigenous creative education among women of the Luo community of western Kenya
PhD, Texas State University, San Marcos, USA

Felicia Desimini-Menard (2011) 
The Intersection of Arts-Based Research and Art Criticism: The Art of Deshevski
PhD, Union Institute and University, USA

Alexis McCraw Armstrong (2011) 
Representing the mother: Feminist art and the maternal
MA, Texas Christian University, USA

Robert Lyle Hernandez (2011) 
Archival body/archival space: Queer remains of the Chicano Art Movement, Losa Angeles, 1969-2009
PhD, University of Maryland, College Park, USA

Nancy B Goldov (2011) 
The Effects of Individualized Brief Medical Dance/Movement Therapy on Body Image in Women With Breast Cancer
PsyD, Argosy University, Seattle, USA

Anne Gustafson (2011) 
Women and the archetype of the phallus; engagement with the sculpture of Louise Bourgeois
PhD, Pacifica Graduate Institute, USA

Holly Neubert (2011) 
Hand Perception in Late Twentieth Century Women's Experimental Poetics
PhD, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA

Margaretta Swigert (2011) 
Globalizing Kenyan culture: Jua kali and the transformation of contemporary Kenyan art: 1960--2010
PhD, Loyola University Chicago, USA

Courtnie N. Wolfgang (2011) 
Performed Disciplines/ Collaborative Disciplines: Becoming Interdisciplinary in Higher Education
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Tara-Lynne Pixley (2011) 
Neo-Burlesque and the New Feminism
MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

LiA Sanders (2011) 
Fake It ‘Til You Make It: Feminist Possibilities for Constructed Identity in the Digital Age
MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Sarah Guadalupe Cassidy (2011) 
Addressing identity/redressing the museum.
MA, University of Louisville, USA

Lauren Elise Cesiro (2011) 
The Complexity of Domestic Interiors: Laurie Simmons's Depiction of Women's Identity in the Home .
MA, Stony Brook University, USA

Rachel E Evans (2011) 
There She Is.
MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA

Kate Felzien (2011) 
In Context.
MFA, Georgia Southern University, USA

Michelle L Hudson (2011) 
Beyond Self: Strategic Essentialism in Ana Mendieta's La Maja de Yerba"."
MA, Georgia State University, USA

Holis Hannan (2011) 
Transcendence.
MFA, University of New Orleans, USA

Lorie Ann Hoffman (2011) 
Appropriate disruptions .
MA, Montana State University, USA

Christina Marie Johnson (2011) 
Unveiled Pandemonium.
MFA, Louisiana State University, USA

Leigh K. Peacock (2011) 
Repetitive Acts Now.
MFA, Georgia State University, USA

Virginia D Millard (2011) 
Con[text]
MA, West Virginia University, USA

Elise R Morrison (2011) 
Discipline and Desire: Surveillance, Feminism, Performance.
PhD, Brown University, USA

Celiany Rivera (2011) 
Raras al mando/queer women command: Alternative Spanish-speaking Caribbean femininities on the global stage.
PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA

Molly Louise Sharp (2011) 
Gender, feminism, and heroism in Joss Whedon and John Cassaday's Astonishing X-Men comics.
MA, University of Texas, USA

Marissa Saneholtz (2011) 
Corrupt Fairytales : An Exploration of Implied Gender Roles Through Functional and Wearable Art.
MA, East Carolina University, USA

Sarah Hutchinson Woolwine (2011) 
The Feminine Self as a Critique of Spirit: A Cultural Phenomenology.
PhD, Southern Illinois University, USA

Maria F Minickiello (2011) 
Women Environmental Artists: Unearthing Connections and Context
D. Arts Leadership, Franklin Pierce University, USA

Rebecca Bourgault (2011) 
Retrospections and interpretations: The narrative of ageing artists on the complexities of their creative practices through time
EdD, Columbia University, Teachers College, USA

Teresa Lynn Moralez (2011) 
Fresh expression: a guide to cultural reclamation
MFA, University of Iowa, USA

Jennie Woodard (2011) 
Beauty and Double Duty: Elizabeth Hawes and the Politics of Fashion and Women's Work
PhD, University of Maine, USA

Tanya Demjanenko (2011) 
Identity In/Formation: A Visual Autoethnographic Exploration Through The Voices And Images Of Six Immigrant Women Graduate Students
MA, University of Windsor, USA

Pamela Akinyi Wadende (2011) 
Chwuech Manimba: Indigenous Creative Education Among Women of the Luo Community of Western Kenya
MA, Texas State University, USA

Gweneth A. Dunleavy (2011) 
Pattern play : pieced works on paper.
MA, University of Louisville, USA

Marlies  Staples (2011) 
Sites of Resistance/Sights of Utopia: A Look At New Queer Art Through Collective Eyes (LTTR and Ridykeulous)
BA Senior project, Bard College, USA

Natalie Suzanne Loveless (2011) 
Acts of Pedagogy: Feminism, Psychoanalysis, Art and Ethics
PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

Joy Angela Anderson (2011) 
Mejor vida/better life and day-to-day exchanges: Networks of social exchange in contemporary arts practice
MA, Public Art Studies, University of Southern California, USA

Laura Allred Hurtado (2011) 
Motherhood and representation at the Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Judy Chicago, Catherine Opie, Canan Senol
MA, University of Utah, USA

Kanitra Shenae Fletcher (2011) 
Damage control : black women's visual resistance in Brazil and beyond
MA, University of Texas – Austin, USA

Melanie Erica Emerson (2011) 
Mirrored and masked : the work of Elke Krystufek and Mathilde ter Heijne
MA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA

Sarah Hellmann (2011) 
Growing Up Hard: Understanding Through Creative Expression the Resilience, Resistance, and Images of Relationships in the Lives of Three African American Adolescent Girls
PhD, University of Cincinnati, USA

Melinda Guillen (2011) 
Now. Not now. And now: Toward a feminist critical envisioning of social practice
MA, Public Art Studies, University of Southern California, USA

Melinda Guillen (2011) 
Now Not now And now: Toward a feminist critical envisioning of social practice
MA, University of Southern California, USA

Harrigan McMahon Bowman (2011) 
The artist in the university: Interview case studies of how four art professors make sense of the meaning in their work as educators and how they navigate the dual relationship between artist and educator
Thesis (Ed.D), Columbia University, USA

Heidi McKay Casto (2011) 
Reflections on motherhood
MFA, University of Iowa, USA

Jill K. Fannon (2011) 
Bubbletongueremix
MFA, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA

Megan E Gulland (2011) 
As I Recall
MFA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Teresa Marsili (2011) 
Gender and its Effects on Subject Matter Preference in a High School Ceramics Class
MA, Arizona State University, USA

Anne N Murphy (2011) 
A narrative of her own: Appropriating aesthetics for postcolonial feminism
MA, Georgetown University, USA

Laura K. Murray (2011) 
Defying beauty: An exhibit of real stories and real women
MA, State University of New York, Empire State College, USA

Gina Marie Reddin Proske (2011) 
Constructing Alice
MFA, George Washington University, USA

Elizabeth Leigh Schendel (2011) 
Heritage, identity, and the visual narrative
MA , Corcoran College of Art and Design, USA

Melissa Kathleen Turner (2011) 
Reflection" and Other Stories"
MA , Clemson University, USA

Debra A. Ullmann (2011) 
Can't sing, can't dance, can't draw: How leisure constraints and negotiations impact midlife women's participation in the creative arts
Thesis (M.S.), San Jose State University, USA

Anastasia Jo Whited (2011) 
Memory: Beauty, fragmentation and image
MFA, Iowa State University, USA

Annette Wagner (2010) 
Unearthing my mother: Women artists healing culture through sacred art
MA, Sofia University (formerly Institute of Transpersonal Psychology), USA

Andres Peralta (2010) 
Eating from the tree of knowledge: The impact of visual culture on the perception and construction of ethnic, sexual, and gender identity
PhD, University of North Texas, USA

Susan Scott Hester (2010) 
My Voice on Cloth: Story quilters of the South Carolina Lowcountry
MA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

Christine Angela Ferrera (2010) 
New Funny Art Women Good
MFA, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA

Melanie J Spears (2010) 
An assertive Black feminist gaze: The art of Emma Amos
MA, Howard University, USA

Rachel Middleman (2010) 
A new eros: Sexuality in women's art before the feminist art movement
PhD, University of Southern California, USA

Ashley Weeks Cart (2010) 
(M)other work: Feminist maternal performance art
MA, University of Southern California, USA

Donna Gustafson (2010) 
At home in the 60s: images of the home in American art, 1960-1975
PhD, Rutgers University, USA

Laurie A. Eldridge (2010) 
Ruthe Blalock Jones: Native American Woman Artist and Educator
PhD, Indiana University, USA

Maggie Smith-Bruehlman  (2010) 
Four women artists using art as a political statement
ED.D. , Wyoming University, USA

Shannon Cochrane (2010) 
Corporeal (isms): Race, Gender, and Corpulence Performativity in Visual and Narrative Cultures
PhD, University of Ohio, USA

Sarah Turner (2010) 
Voice on the Skin
MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Rebecca A. Vreeland (2010) 
LTTR : the artists' publication as a medium for radical genderqueer politics
MA, California State University, Northridge, USA

Denise Michelle Cornish (2010) 
Mourning women, headless monsters, and passive goddesses: examining the inclusion of females in university art curriculum
M.Educ, California State University, Sacramento, USA

Ebonipearl Emele J. Jones (2010) 
Exposing the 'Quiet Trauma': The Illness Narratives of Jo Spence
MA, State University of New York, USA

Marie Kelly Nye (2010) 
Creme de Peche
MA, California State University, Long Beach, USA

Kelly Ann Rafferty (2010) 
Performing ARTs: Technologies of Participation and Reproduction from Body Art to Bio Art
PhD, University of California, USA

Kimberly A. Socha (2010) 
Dumb Animals, Crazy Broads, and Ugly Truths: Rooting for the Avant-Garde (Coco Fusco ; Katherine Dunn ; Mina Loy ; Valerie Solanas)
PhD, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA

Robin Kathleen Williams (2010) 
Against the "subject" of video, circa 1976 : Joan Jonas's Good night good morning and an archive of "narcissism"
MA, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Kathleen Angelique Dwyer (2010) 
Performing nation in the twenty first century: female bodies and voices of greater Mexico
PhD, University of Iowa, USA

Codi Lea Josephson (2010) 
Mama said sew: stitched samplers, contemporary art and domestic craft
MA, University of Iowa, USA

Raquel Chapin Stephenson (2010) 
The creative experience of women: Art making and old age
PhD, New York University, USA

Elizabeth Danielle Wilson (2010) 
I Want a Man Who: Desires, Wishes, Ideals, and Expectations in Women’s Online Personal Ads.
MFA, Ohio State University, USA

Emily Fox (2010) 
Fabricating Womanhood
MFA, Brigham Young University - Provo, USA

Lorinda Stevens (2010) 
A Postmodern Curriculum in Secondary Visual Art Education: Beet Juice, Lace, and Tomahawks .
MA, California State University, Chico, USA

Rachel Amy Raimist (2010) 
“Grinding the walls to dust”: feminist media praxis.
PhD, University of Minnesota, USA

Rachel Middleman (2010) 
A new eros: sexuality in women's art before the feminist art movement.
PhD, University of Southern California, USA

Kourtney Keller (2010) 
Lumensecity: Objects Illuminated in Time.
MFA, University of New Orleans, USA

Sara E Mastbaum (2010) 
“Systems Within Systems, Microcosms Within Microcosms”: The Sculpture of Lee Bontecou after 1980.
MA, University of Cincinnati, USA

Mei W Hoyt (2010) 
Interstanding Surfaces: Embodiment, Media and Interdisciplinary Study of Curriculum and Pedagogy.
PhD, Texas A&M University, USA

Stefanie Snider (2010) 
Envisioning bodily difference: refiguring fat and lesbian subjects in contemporary art and visual culture, 1968-2009
PhD, University of Southern California, USA

Molly Erin Sullivan (2010) 
The multivalent platforms of alternative art publications as agents of authentic cultural change
M. Public art studies, University of Southern California, USA

Peggy Wang (2010) 
Responding to the world: Contemporary Chinese art exhibitions and criticism in the 1990s
PhD, University of Chicago, USA

Willow G. Mullins (2010) 
Philanthropic tourism and artistic authenticity: Cultural empathy and the western consumption of Kyrgyz art
PhD, University of Missouri, Columbia, USA

Donna Gustafson (2010) 
At home in the 60s: Images of the home in American art, 1960--1975
PhD, Rutgers University, USA

Natalie Suzanne Loveless (2010) 
Acts of pedagogy: Feminism, psychoanalysis, art and ethics
PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

Karen Owens (2009) 
Original feminist art
MA, California State University, Dominguez Hills, USA

Leslie Thompson (2009) 
Dorothea Tanning's 'Pincushion to Serve as Fetish' and the exploitation of surrealism
MA, Texas Christian University, USA

Lindsay E Kelley (2009) 
The bioart kitchen: Art, food, and ethics
PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

Stephanie K Crahen (2009) 
The autonomy of art and the chimera of identity: Adorno, Madonna and feminist performance art
MA, California State University, Long Beach, USA

Janet Eileen Neary (2009) 
Fugitive testimony: Race, representation and the slave narrative form
PhD, University of California, Irvine, USA

Kelly M. Twilley (2009) 
Troubling Women: Female Texts and Voices of the Northern Irish Conflict, 1969-1998
MA, Georgia Southern University, USA

Molly Louise Uline-Olmstead (2009) 
THE KNITTED FLOWER PROJECT: ARTS-BASED RESEARCH WITHIN KNITTING COMMUNITIES.
MA, Ohio State University, USA

Rebecca Shaykin (2009) 
The scorpionic art of Tracey Moffatt and Niki de Saint Phalle
MA, Williams College, MASS., USA

Nicole R. Smith (2009) 
Wangechi Mutu: Feminist Collage and the Cyborg
MA, Georgia State University, USA

Kirsten Fleur  Olds (2009) 
Networked Collectivities: North American Artists' Groups, 1968-1978
PhD, University of Michigan, USA

Dong Isbister (2009) 
The “Sent-Down Body” Remembers: Contemporary Chinese Immigrant Women’s Visual and Literary Narratives.
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Robert Christopher Graves (2009) 
The Art of Heterotopian Rhetoric: A Theory of Science Fiction as Rhetorical Discourse.
PhD, Bowling Green State University, USA

Derek Dubois (2009) 
Silent Subversions : Exploring the Enigma of Female Spectatorship in Silent Cinema.
MA, Rhode Island College, USA

Sushmita Chatterjee (2009) 
Fictive Images and the Feminist Democratic Imagination.
PhD, Penn State University, USA

Amy Michelle Brock-Reed (2009) 
As many hours as it takes!: women, labor, and craft in the book arts.
MA, University of Alabama, USA

Elizabeth Claire Kalbfleisch (2009) 
Bordering on feminism : home and transnational sites in recent visual culture and native women’s art.
PhD, University of Rochester, USA

Amber Johnston (2009) 
In memory of trauma.
MA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Karen Maness (2009) 
Improbable beauty.
MA, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, USA

Lisa Beth Strahl (2009) 
Gender Construction and Manifestation in the Art of Elaine de Kooning.
PhD, Temple University, USA

Stephanie L Young (2009) 
Remembering the Past in Visual and Visionary Ways: Rhetorically Exploring the Narrative Potentialities of Esther Parada's Memory Art.
PhD, Ohio University, USA

Judith Orodenker (2009) 
The voice of the Goddess: The reemergence of the archetypal divine feminine
PhD, Pacifica Graduate Institute, USA

Erica Spiller (2009) 
COLLABORATION OF FEMINIST AND POSTCOLONIAL DISCOURSES IN THE PLAYS OF APHRA BEHN AND CARYL CHURCHILL
MA, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Althea Georgelas (2009) 
Media to Medium: Representations of Violence, War & Women in Pop Culture
MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Katie M. Kanagawa (2009) 
Girl avengers: Revising feminist approaches to sexuality, violence, and power in representation
MA, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

Stephanie Ann Karamitsos (2009) 
The art of Janine Antoni: Labor, gender and the object of performance
PhD, Northwestern University, USA

Karen Owens (2009) 
Original feminist art
MA, California State University, Dominguez Hills, USA

Erica DiBenedetto  (2009) 
Sol LeWitt, Lucy Lippard, and Autobiography
MA, Williams College, MASS., USA

Stephanie K. Crahen (2009) 
The autonomy of art and the chimera of identity| Adorno, Madonna and feminist performance art
MA, California State University, Long Beach, USA

Christine Filippone (2009) 
Science, technology and utopias in the work of contemporary women artists: Alice Aycock, Agnes Denes, Martha Rosler and Carolee Schneemann
PhD, Rutgers University, USA

Elizabeth Claire Kalbfleisch (2009) 
Bordering on feminism: Home and transnational sites in recent visual culture and Native women's art
PhD, University of Rochester, USA

Angelique M Szymanek (2009) 
Performing feminism: American performance art as a feminist deconstructive strategy
MA, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA

Mia Watson (2009) 
No man's land: African American women artists working beyond the margins
MA, California State University, USA

Melinda Justine Rhoades (2008) 
Addressing the computing gender gap: A case study using feminist pedagogy and visual culture art education
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Gabriele Therese Abowd (2008) 
Making room for art: Case studies of midwestern women artists and their studios
PhD, Indiana University, School of Education, USA

Rebecca Allisyn Ansert (2008) 
Four women, four public art projects, four decades: Exploring socially conscious public art and social change: Anna Halprin, Judith F. Baca, Barbara Kruger, and Sheila Levrant de Bretteville
M. Public art studies, University of Southern California, USA

Allison de Fren (2008) 
The exquisite corpse: Disarticulations of the artificial female
PhD, University of Southern California, USA

Lahla K Deakins (2008) 
Women, art, and community: A proposal for a non-profit pottery program in Appalachia
MA, East Tennessee State University, USA

C. Wakaba Futamura (2008) 
Crossing frames of art and identity: Baya, Cixous, and Beji
PhD, Rice University, USA

Pearlie Mae Johnson  (2008) 
African American quilts : an examination of feminism, identity, and empowerment in the fabric arts of Kansas City quilters
PhD, University of Missouri, Kansas City, USA

Susan Joyce (2008) 
Picturing lesbian, informing art therapy a postmodern feminist autobiographical investigation
PhD, Southern Cross University, USA

Joni Lisa Murphy (2008) 
Beyond Sweetgrass: The Life and Art of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith
MA, University of Kansas, USA

Laura C Gardner (2008) 
Preservice art education: Art making, reflecting, learning art teaching
PhD, Union Institute and University, USA

Diem-My Thi Bui (2008) 
Embodiments of difference: Representations of Vietnamese women in the U.S. cultural imaginary
PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA

Katrinka Cleora Somdahl (2008) 
Dancing in place: the radical production of civic spaces: Radical production of civic spaces.
PhD, University of Texas – Austin, USA

Leisha Jones (2008) 
Girling the Girl: Visual Culture and Girl Studies.
PhD, Penn State University, USA

Rachel Jones (2008) 
Evolution: The Progress of a Painter.
MFA, University of New Orleans, USA

Joetta L Maue (2008) 
The Conflict of Desire.
MA, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA

Kathleen Gless (2008) 
A critique of testimonies and an art of surviving: Rwandanese genocidal rape survivors, incest and stranger rape survivors
M.E, George Mason University, USA

D. Akil Houston (2008) 
A DJ Speaks with Hands: Gender Education and Hiphop Culture.
PhD, Ohio University, USA

Jeanine Marie Minge (2008) 
Cob building: Movement and moments of survival
MA, University of South Florida, USA

Melinda J.  Rhoades (2008) 
Addressing The Computing Gender Gap: A Case Study Using Feminist Pedagogy and Visual Culture Art Education
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Raena Quinlivan (2008) 
Corporeality and the Rhetoric of Feminist Body Art
MA, Penn State University, USA

Jessica Leigh Spraggins (2008) 
The Importance of Context: A Pilot Case Study of a Woman Who Engaged in Intimate Partner Violence.
Ms. Educ., Florida State University, USA

Kaitlin Wilson-Bryant (2008) 
The botanical thread
MA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Joni L Murphy (2008) 
Beyond sweetgrass: The life and art of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith
PhD, University of Kansas, USA

Joyce Baugher (2007) 
Feminist vision: Visual art, the act of writing, and the female body in the novels of Clarice Lispector, Lya Luft, and Diamela Eltit
PhD, Tulane University, USA

Emily Zucker (2007) 
Fabricating selves : women and cloth art dolls
MA, Bard College, USA

Hilary Ambrose Pendleton (2007) 
Boundary Crossing: Understanding the Nature of Contemporary Women's Fiber Guilds
PhD, Florida State University, USA

Kara Lee (2007) 
The Textuality of the Body: Orlan's Performance as Subversive Act
MA, Virginia Tech, USA

Susan Birchler (2007) 
Ecological art: Ruth Wallen and cultural activism.
MFA, University of South Florida, USA

Jasna Bogdanovska (2007) 
Dossier: Truth.
PhD, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Marian Brunn Smith (2007) 
A Fugitive Sea.
MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Sahirah Fatin Wade Bussey (2007) 
Pre-Service Art Teachers and the Use of Feminist Curriculum and Pedagogy in the Art Classroom.
MA Ed., Georgia State University, USA

Ursula Moore Bryant (2007) 
Tolerance: Challenge, Perception, and Social Stigmas Defined through Visual Communications.
MFA, East Tennessee State University, USA

Betina Kaplan (2007) 
Género y violencia en la narrativa del Cono Sur, 1954-2003
PhD, Columbia University, USA

Jennie Leland (2007) 
The Phoenix Always Rises: The Evolution of Superheroines in Feminist Culture
MA, University of Maine, USA

LaTricia M. January (2007) 
Beyond the Threshold: Allusions to the Orisa in Ana Mendieta's Silueta Series
MA, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Margaret Carsello  (2007) 
The spirit of fold art in a changing global market : an ethnographic study of indigenous women folk artists
MA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA

Kara Kelley Hallmark (2007) 
The Women's Studio Workshop: Inside an all-woman art space
PhD, Florida State University, USA

Hilary A Pendleton (2007) 
Boundary crossings: Understanding the nature of women's experiences within contemporary fiber guilds
PhD, Florida State University, USA

Catherine Manos (2007) 
Female artists and nature: An intuitive inquiry into transpersonal aspects of creativity in the natural environment
PhD, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, USA

Sabrina Puppin-Lerch (2007) 
Contemporary African women artists: Commentaries on everyday life in art
PhD, Union Institute and University, USA

Iliana M Sandoval (2007) 
Gender issues in art education and art production
Thesis (M.A.T.), Florida Atlantic University, USA

Mildred Van Bergen (2006) 
Creative control: When women make art
MA, State University of New York, Empire State College, USA

Jill R. Chancey  (2006) 
Elaine De Kooning : negotiating the masculinity of abstract expressionism
PhD, University of Kansas, USA

Jillian Patricia Cowley (2006) 
The mesa and the moon : O'Keeffe, landscape, and gender
PhD, University of New Mexico, USA

Aliza Rachel Edelman  (2006) 
The modern woman and abstract expressionism : Ethel Schwabacher, Elaine De Kooning, and Grace Hartigan in the 1950s
PhD, Rutgers University, USA

Patrick Lee Jones (2006) 
Mythical speech of Janine Antoni
MA, West Virginia University, USA

Devon P.  Larsen  (2006) 
Rethinking the Monumental: The Museum as Feminist Space in the Sexual Politics Exhibition, 1996
MA, University of South Florida, USA

Nilza Belita Grau Haertel (2006) 
Landscape and nature in American prints : transformations in form and meaning in the work of contemporary women artists
PhD, Indiana University, USA

Elizabeth Michele Jones (2006) 
The unknown struggle : a comparative analysis of women in the Black Power movement.
MA, University of Louisville, USA

Iva  Popovicova (2006) 
New body politic : Czech and Polish women's art of the 1990s
PhD, State University of New Jersey, USA

Kristin Marie Brockmann (2006) 
Constructive Alienation and Terror: An Analysis of Martha Rosler’s A Simple Case for Torture (Or How to Sleep at Night) (1983), Harun Farocki’s Inextinguishable Fire (1969), and Eye/Machines (2001-3)
MA, University of Cincinnati, USA

Dara Anne Hartman Muldoon (2006) 
Perceptions
MA, University of Montana, USA

Margaret Randolph Wilkerson (2006) 
Making God: Incarnation and Somatic Piety in the Art of Kiki Smith .
PhD, University of Maryland, USA

Devon P Larsen (2006) 
Rethinking the Monumental: The Museum as Feminist Space in the Sexual Politics Exhibition, 1996.
MA, University of South Florida, USA

Stacie M Lindner (2006) 
Janine Antoni: Finding a Room of Her Own.
MA, Georgia State University, USA

Patrick Lee Jones (2006) 
Mythical speech of Janine Antoni.
MA, West Virginia University, USA

Sarah Buckius (2006) 
From Marks of Conformity to Acts of Transgression: An Artistic M.F.A. Thesis of Autobiographical Reenactments for the Camera.
MFA, University of Michigan, USA

Sara Elaine Wichtendahl (2006) 
Places of vulnerability: an investigation of restroom symbols, labels, and gender neutrality
MA, Iowa State University, USA

Stephanie Ann Karamitsos (2006) 
The art of Janine Antoni: Labor, gender and the object of performance
PhD, Northwestern University, USA

Kathleen Wentrack (2006) 
The Female Body in Conflict. U.S. and European Feminist Performance Art, 1963-1979: Carolee Schneemann, Valie Export, and Ulrike Rosenbach.
PhD, City University of New York, USA

Siona Wilson (2006) 
The Filmic Mode: Feminist Art Practices and the Avant Garde in North America and Britain during the 1970s.
PhD, Columbia University, USA
See also by same author, Art Labor, Sex Politics (Minnesota, 2015)

Katherine M Lawrence (2005) 
The impact of psychology on feminist performance art: The work of Suzanne Lacy
MIDS, Roosevelt University, USA

Laura Sutton Leffler (2005) 
Life in the Dollhouse: Laurie Simmons’s Early Work as a Display of Constructed Hierarchies
MA, University of Cincinnati, USA

Pamela Bowman (2005) 
Ideals and Realities
MFA, Brigham Young University - Provo, USA

Sarah Bednarek (2005) 
We Believe in Nothing
MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Jennifer T. Bridges (2005) 
From Typologies to Portraits: Catherine Opie's Photographic Manipulations of Physiognomic Imagery
MA, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Eva Heisler (2005) 
Reading as sculpture: Roni Horn and Emily Dickinson
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Victoria Estrada-Berg  (2005) 
Art criticism and the gendering of Lee Bontecou's art : 1959-1964
MA, University of North Texas, USA

Mary Anne Rose (2005) 
Expatriate experience and American women artists: Creative lives and creative work in context
Thesis (Ed.D.), Columbia University, Teachers College, USA

Michelle Maryanne Meagher (2005) 
Framing the artist: Cultural analysis and the myths of Cindy Sherman
PhD, George Mason University, USA

Carol L. Chur (2005) 
The Raquette River quilters: A case study of cultural biases and contemporary quiltmaking production from a feminist perspective (New York)
MA, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA

Linda Hoeptner Poling (2005) 
Georgia Collins: Career and commitment in the context of gender issues in art education
PhD, Kent State University, USA

Carmel Zehavit (2005) 
The evolution of the installation 'Archetypal Serenity'
MALS, State University of New York, Empire State College, USA

Lien Fu Chia-Wen (2004) 
The body politics of decoration and handicraft: Re-visioning 1970s feminist art (Judy Chicago, Miriam Schapiro, Joyce Kozloff)
PhD, City University of New York, USA

Hwa Young Choi Caruso (2004) 
Art as a political act: Expression of cultural identity, self-identity and gender in the work of two Korean/Korean American women artists
Thesis (Ed.D.), Columbia University, Teachers College, USA

Allison S. Walker (2004) 
Agitated Muse
MFA, University of Alaska Anchorage, USA

Kendall Kalkstein (2004) 
The texture of time: Through the eyes of women artists
MA, University of Northern Colorado, USA

Jina Kim (2004) 
Invitation to the other : the reframing of American art and national identity and the 1993 Whitney Biennial in New York and Seoul
PhD, State University of New York at Binghamton, USA

Melissa D. Greenwood (2004) 
Power and Perfection in Karen Finley's The Constant State of Desire: Creating a New Discourse.
MA, East Tennessee State University, USA

Mary Jo Aagerstoun (2004) 
Cultural Intervention, Activist Art and Discourses of Oppositionality in the US, 1980-2000
PhD, University of Maryland, USA

Jihyun Sohn (2004) 
Web-enhanced art education: constructing critical interpretations of visual culture in pre-service art education.
PhD, Penn State University, USA

Anniina Suominen (2004) 
Writing with photographs, re-constructing self: an arts-based autoethnographic inquiry.
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Jillian Marie Klean (2004) 
The Changing Identity of Feminism in the Third Wave: A Critical Analysis.
MA, Eastern Illinois University, USA

Kristin Gleason (2004) 
Faulty femininity.
MA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Johanna Lynn Frank (2003) 
Beyond visibility: Feminism, performance, and the dramatic text
PhD, Indiana University, USA

Debra Wacks (2003) 
Subversive humor: The performance art of Hannah Wilke, Eleanor Antin, and Adrian Piper
PhD, City University of New York, USA

Alison Greer Pack (2003) 
Some People Call Them Dolls: Capturing the Iconic Power of the Female Form in Non-ferrous Metals.
MFA, East Tennessee State University, USA

Debra Wacks (2003) 
Subversive humor : The performance art of Hannah Wilke, Eleanor Antin and Adrian Piper
PhD, City University of New York, USA

Elke Lauterbach-Phillip (2003) 
Die GEDOK (Gemeinschaft der Kunstlerinnen und Kunstforderer e.V.) : ihre Geschichte unter besonderer Berucksichtigung der bildenden und angewandten Kunst
PhD, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München / Munich, USA

Elizabeth Gonzâlez Leal (2003) 
The transformative power of art: a self-study.
MA, Texas Tech University, USA

Johnson  Mary Claire (2003) 
Art as a weapon.
MA, West Virginia University, USA

Kathryn Everly (2003) 
Catalan women writers and artists : revisionist views from a feminist space
PhD, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Linney Wix (2003) 
Art in the construction of self: Three women and their ways in art, therapy, and education
PhD, University of New Mexico, USA

Karen Marie Clarkson (2003) 
Art, women, and personal development: A curricular project
MA, State University of New York, Empire State College, USA

Kathryn Hourin Faber (2002) 
FRAN LOOK THIS UP
Thesis (D.Litt.), Drew University, USA

Tina Toshiko Takemoto (2002) 
Traumatic repetition: Mimicry, melancholia, performance
PhD, University of Rochester, USA

Jeanne M Laiacona (2002) 
Postmodern puddles: A method for understanding the presence and meaning of bodily fluids in contemporary culture, and in artistic works of women, African-American, Latino and gay artists of the nineteen eighties and nineteen ninetie
Thesis (D.A.), State University of New York at Albany, USA

Sandra Chesterman  (2002) 
Figure work : the nude and life modelling in New Zealand art
PhD, University of Auckland, USA

Joyce Michelina Centofanti  (2002) 
A single-subject multiple baseline and feminist intertextual deconstruction of gender differences among kindergartners in learning the alphabet using clay and a tactual/kinesthetic multiple intelligence and Montessori pedagogy
MA, Texas Tech University, USA

Jane H. Carpenter (2002) 
Conjure woman : Betye Saar and rituals of transformation, 1960-1990
PhD, University of Michigan, USA

Lisa Ryan Musgrave (2002) 
Critical feminist aesthetics: Explorations in contemporary aesthetics and politics
PhD, Purdue University, USA

Susan Ann Richmond (2002) 
Put-ons and take-offs : Lynda Benglis, feminism and representations of the body, 1967-1977
PhD, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Karen Jo Schifman  (2001) 
Longing for Maman: autobiographical images in the oeuvre of Louise Bourgeois
MA, California State University, Northridge, USA

Valarie G Lyle (2001) 
Figurative Sculpture in Paper Clay.
MFA, East Tennessee State University, USA

Drunell L Levinson (2001) 
A descriptive study of art at the margins: The work of Jennifer Kotter, Ray Materson and Bonnie Peterson
PhD, New York University, USA

Gail Williams (2001) 
Making art for the spirit: The intersections of feminist, sacred, and creative practice
MA, California Institute of Integral Studies, USA

Catherine Welcome Zipf (2001) 
Professional pursuits: Career opportunities for women in the American Arts and Crafts Movement
PhD, University of Virginia, USA

Kathleen Simpson Hubbard (2001) 
A bridge across cultures: Through art to understanding
PhD, Union Institute, USA

Martha Susanne Floyd Gunter (2000) 
The history of discipline-based art education in South Carolina and its impact on Southern rural female middle school students
Thesis (Ed.D.), University of South Carolina, USA

Tricia Anne Grame (2000) 
Life into art; art into life: Transformative effects of the female symbol on a contemporary woman artist
PhD, California Institute of Integral Studies, USA

Sandy M. Mayo (2000) 
Barbie, brains and bricolage: Layered surfaces
PhD, Union Institute, USA

Juli Carson (2000) 
Excavating discursivity: (Mary Kelly) Post-Partum Document in the conceptualist, feminist and psychoanalytic fields
PhD, MIT, USA

Jessica Dallow (2000) 
Family legacies : race, gender, and inheritance in the art of Betye and Alison Saar
PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

Laura J. Kuo (2000) 
Economies of desire: Hybridity, multiculturalism, and United States/Third World feminisms
PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

Cynthia Cascione (2000) 
Circular Resolutions.
MA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Sandy M Mayo (2000) 
Barbie, brains and bricolage: Layered surfaces
PhD, Union Institute, USA

Thomasine Bradford (2000) 
The Relations of American and French Feminism as Seen in the Art of Annette Messager
PhD, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA

Carrie Tokarczyk Scoville (1999) 
Women and motorcycles: feminism, propaganda and pornography.
MFA, Ohio State University, USA

Bonnie Beth McCandless (1999) 
The personal nature and cultural construction of aesthetic response: A cross-cultural case study of four women
PhD, New York University, USA

Carolyn Dunham McDonald (1999) 
An ethnographic document analysis of Tennessee high school adopted art history textbooks for diversity balance
PhD, Florida State University, USA

Anita Kirchen (1999) 
Finding their voice: Identifying signifiers of women's agency and empowerment in the work of Haitian women artists
MA, Florida Atlantic University, USA

Donna Hazelwood (1999) 
An historical case study of changes in the Oakland City College: Art and art education programs with emphasis on contributions of women faculty members
PhD, Indiana University, USA

Elizabeth Ann Jerde (1998) 
The Nigerian art of survival: Nike Centre re-commodifies art and culture
PhD, University of Iowa, USA

Lori Ann Horvitz (1998) 
Room Temperature: A meditation on feminism, photography, and nomadism
PhD, State University of New York at Albany, USA

Julie Reichert (1998) 
A gathering of scars: Breast cancer, body, creativity
PhD, University of New Mexico, USA

Rose Marie Rowan Prins (1998) 
Crossing boundaries, a woman's art: Artists and visionaries who challenge dichotomies
PhD, Union Institute, USA

Carol Jean Womack (1998) 
Fragment, Perception, Reality
MFA, Austin State University, USA

Wendy Campbell (1998) 
The politics of art education in the public schools
PhD, Lesley College, USA

Catherine McNickle Chastain (1998) 
The `Eilshemius Pendulum': Louis Eilshemius, Marcel Duchamp, and the New York art world
PhD, Emory University, USA

Cynthia Sanchez (1998) 
`Blessed is the fruit of they womb': the politics of the representation and reproduction of the mythical mother in New Mexico cultural traditions
PhD, New York University, USA

Peg Speirs (1998) 
Collapsing distinctions: feminist art education as research, art and pedagogy
PhD, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Marcia Lagerwey-Commeret (1998) 
Radiant text(ure)s: the creative and intellectual spaces in the lives and art of three women
PhD, Clark University, USA

Carol Vandiver Lark (1998) 
Women, masks and power: meetings at the intersections of art therapy and fine arts
PhD, Union Institute, USA

Nancy Nelson (1998) 
Women textile artists in Ireland: an exploration of experience, expression, and the everyday
PhD, University of Minnesota, USA

Janet Gail Abbott  (1998) 
Synthesis of the Personal and the Political in the Works of May Stevens
MA, University of North Texas, USA

Julia Herzberg (1998) 
Ana Mendieta : the Iowa years : a critical study, 1969 through 1977
PhD, City University of New York, USA

Ami Martin (1997) 
Multiples of one hundred
MA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Lu  Xiuyuan (1997) 
The contested terrain: alternative art practices in postmodern New York art worlds
PhD, Princeton University, USA

Harriet Walker (1997) 
A feminist study of African American art in New Orleans: considerations of aesthetics, art history and art criticism
PhD, Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, USA

Danielle Blackmore Lemmon (1997) 
Responses to Michael Fried's theories of theatricality in the visual arts: from modern to postmodern criticism
PhD, New York University, USA

Libby Lumpkin (1997) 
Little histories: five essays on five designs
PhD, University of New Mexico, USA

Samuel McBride (1997) 
Performing Laurie Anderson: the construction of a persona
PhD, University of California, Riverside, USA

Celia Stahr (1997) 
The social relations of `Abstract Expressionism': an alternative history
PhD, University of Iowa, USA

Amy Ingrid Schlegel (1997) 
Codex Spero: feminist art and activist practices in New York since the late 1960s
PhD, Columbia University, USA

Anne Burkhart (1997) 
A feminist studio art critique: a classroom study
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Rosalyn Deutsche (1997) 
Evictions: contemporary art, urbanism, and spatial politics
PhD, City University of New York, USA

Mignon Nixon (1997) 
Louise Bourgeois and the logic of the part-object, 1947-1982
PhD, City University of New York, USA

Lisa E Farrington (1997) 
Faith Ringgold: the early works and the evolution of the Thangka paintings
PhD, City University of New York, USA

Melissa Friedling (1997) 
Recovering bodies: rhetoric, feminisms, and addiction
PhD, University of Iowa, USA

John A Kaufman (1997) 
Lucy Lippard: becoming feminist
PhD, City University of New York, USA

Donna Marie Binkiewicz (1997) 
Painting, politics and Cold War culture: United States arts policy and the formation of the National Endowment for the Arts, 1960-1975
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

Jacqueline A. Badman (1997) 
A qualitative study of a college visual arts course: A multicultural perspective
PhD, University of North Dakota, USA

Nanette Wylde (1997) 
A brief history... interactive multimedia art installation: discussion of process, media, content, and response
MFA, Ohio State University, USA

Andrew Lawrence Moffatt (1997) 
Application of feminist principles to art education: a philosophical analysis.
MA, Ohio State University, USA

Cheryl Lynn Williams (1997) 
Mapping the art historical landscape: Genres of art history appearing in art history literature and the journal, 'Art Education'
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Pamela Robertson (1996) 
Guilty pleasures : feminist camp from Mae West to Madonna
PhD, University of Chicago, USA

Margaret Albers (1996) 
Art as literacy: the dynamic interplay of pedagogy and gendered meaning making in sixth-grade art classes
PhD, Indiana University, USA

Joan Hope (1996) 
The feminist gaze: feminism, postmodernism, and women's bodies
PhD, Indiana University, USA

Margaret Davis Jacobs (1996) 
Uplifting cultures: encounters between white women and Pueblo Indians, 1890-1935
PhD, University of California, Davis, USA

Dana Jeffrey (1996) 
Outside the box: intersections of personal creativity and social change
PhD, Fielding Institute, USA

Rebecca Schneider (1996) 
The explicit body in feminist performance, 1963-1993
PhD, New York University, USA

Sally Smyser Shelburne (1996) 
Jackie Ferrara: a sense of place in life and art
PhD, University of Maryland College, USA

Anne Swartz (1996) 
Psychosexual strategies of enclosure and entanglement: re-reading Bourgeois and Hesse
PhD, Case Western Reserve University, USA

Elizabeth Pappas (1996) 
Contemporary performance art composition: post-modernism, feminism, and voice
PhD, University of California, San Diego, USA

Annmarie Pinarski (1996) 
Parodic imaginations: women/writing/history
PhD, Bowling Green State University, USA

Ivone  Margulies (1996) 
Nothing happens : Chantal Akerman's hyperrealist everyday
PhD, New York University, USA

Maria Ochoa (1995) 
Creative collectives: a study of Chicana artistic expressiveness
PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

Pamela McCarron (1995) 
The metaethics of feminist artwriting
Ed.D. , University of Massachusetts, USA

Barbara Haum (1995) 
The hidden dowry: women and the artist's book
D.A. , New York University, USA

Susan Dunn (1995) 
Opposed aesthetics: Mina Loy, modernism, and the avant-garde
PhD, University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA

Cheryl Kolak Dudek (1995) 
The pictorial narrative in contemporary art
D.A. , New York University, USA

Elizabeth Ament (1995) 
Implications of feminist aesthetics for art education
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Melanie Herzog (1995) 
'My Art Speaks for Both My Peoples': Elizabeth Catlett in Mexico
PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
See also by same author, Elizabeth Catlett: An American Artist in Mexico (Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 2000)

Caere Louise Dunn (1994) 
I. The mothers' tools; II. `The mothers' tools': a book of metasensory arts examined in the context of women's spirituality
PhD, Union Institute, USA

Constance Garrow Diamond (1994) 
Contemporary painting: qualities of dissonance
D.A. , New York University, USA

Sheila Ann Gilmartin (1994) 
Feminist spectatorship as an analytical tool in critical analysis
PhD, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Jayne Kravetz Guberman (1994) 
Transformations of a traditional folk art: the revival of Jewish papercutting
PhD, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Linda Ostrander (1994) 
Images of women: looking forward, looking back
PhD, Union Institute, USA

Martha Ann Lavey (1994) 
Representing the body: an archetypal approach to the performance art of Rachel Rosenthal, Laurie Anderson, and Karen Finley
PhD, Northwestern University, USA

Kay Kallos (1994) 
A woman's revolution: the relationship between design and the avant-garde in the work of Hannah Höch, 1912-1922
Ph.D, University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA

Debra Koppman (1993) 
Mutant forms: a contemporary artistic response to mythic female deities
D.A. , New York University, USA

Franco Missia (1993) 
Painting the nude by male artists in Western art
Ed.D. , Columbia University Teachers College, USA

Yvonne Gaudelius (1993) 
Art-iculating women's voices: an exploration of women's subjectivity in contemporary women's visual art, feminist pedagogy and French feminist theory
PhD, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Judith Kaye Jones (1993) 
Windows to the soul: feminine spiritual symbolism and religious iconography in the art of Georgia O'Keeffe and Louise Nevelson
Th.D. , Graduate Theological Union, USA

Davina R. Jacobson-Leong (1993) 
Destabilizing cultural assumptions : language and images in the art of Jenny Holzer
PhD, University of Oregon, USA

Viki Wylder (1993) 
Judy Chicago's `Dinner Party' and `Birth Project' as religious symbol and visual theology
PhD, Florida State University, USA

Patricia Elaine Chandler (1993) 
The Aesthetics of healing: Joining feminism, autobiography, and landscape.
MA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Mary Arp (1993) 
Global housekeepers.
MA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Sandra Stein Ehsan (1992) 
Cluttering the canon: a feminist framework for illustrating the embeddedness of phallocentric bias in traditional concepts of artistic excellence
PhD, University of Oregon, USA

David Christos Cateforis (1992) 
Willem de Kooning's `Women' of the 1950s: a critical history of their reception and interpretation
PhD, Stanford University, USA

Leslie Stewart Curtis (1992) 
From Salome and John the Baptist to Orpheus: the severed head and female imagery in the work of Odilon Redon
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

David Patterson McCarthy (1992) 
Compromised positions: situations for the nude in American painting, 1955-1980
PhD, University of Delaware, USA

Jo Ortel (1992) 
Re-creation, self-creation: a feminist analysis of the early art and life of Niki de Saint Phalle
PhD, Stanford University, USA

Deniz Halil Tekiner (1992) 
Spirituality in contemporary art: struggles for critical vitality
PhD, New School for Social Research, USA

Amelia Jones (1991) 
The fashion(ing) of Duchamp: authorship, gender, post-modernism
PhD, University of California, USA

Joseph John Inguanti (1991) 
Postmodern photography in America: advertising and politics
PhD, Yale University, USA

Margarete Barbara Lamb-Faffelberger (1991) 
Elfriede Jelinek und Valie Export: Rezeption der feministischen Avantgarde Oesterreichs im deutschsprachigen Feuilleton (German text)
MA, Rice University, USA

Sandy Flitterman-Lewis (1990) 
To desire differently : feminism and the French cinema (Germaine Dulac, Marie Epstein, Agnes Varda)
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Elizabeth Jessie Garber (1989) 
Feminist polyphony: a conceptual understanding of feminist art criticism in the 1980s
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Jo-Ann J Dellaposta (1989) 
Homonymous projections.
MA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Regina Beth Winter (1988) 
An integrative model for a discipline based feminist history of art
MA, University of Arizona, USA

Jeanie Kay Forte (1986) 
Women in performance art : feminism and postmodernism (Rachel Rosenthal, Meredith Monk, Laurie Anderson)
PhD, University of Washington, USA

P W Bradley (1983) 
MIRIAM SCHAPIRO: THE FEMINIST TRANSFORMATION OF AN AVANT-GARDE ARTIST
PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

Lauren Rabinovitz (1982) 
Points of resistance : women, power & politics in the New York Avant-garde cinema, 1943-71
PhD, University of Texas at Austin, USA

NELLICE MARIE GILLESPIE-WOLTEMADE (1982) 
THE EMERGENCE OF A FEMINIST METACULTURE: WOMEN'S LIBERATION AS A GLOBAL MOVEMENT
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

Linda Smolenski (1982) 
The Aura of Femininity in Art.
MA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

G R Davis (1981) 
THE COOPERATIVE GALLERIES OF THE WOMEN'S ART MOVEMENT, 1969-1980
PhD, Michigan State Universty, USA

S Price (1981) 
WOMEN AND ART IN AN AFRO-AMERICAN SOCIETY
PhD, Johns Hopkins University, USA

J Kerr (1980) 
Art and community a sociological study of contemporary feminist art
PhD, University of California, Irvine, USA

C G Freid (1979) 
PERSONALITY COMPARISONS BETWEEN OUTSTANDING CREATIVE CRAFTSWOMEN, WOMEN ARTISTS, AND WOMEN IN THE GENERAL POPULATION
PhD, UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE , USA

G C Collins (1978) 
THE SEX-APPROPRIATENESS OF ART ACTIVITY FOR THE FEMALE
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

R Cordray (1978) 
A STUDY GUIDE TO ASSIST THE FEMALE ART STUDENT
ED.D. , Columbia University Teachers College, USA

R K Sandell (1978) 
FEMINIST ART EDUCATION: DEFINITION, ASSESSMENT AND APPLICATION TO CONTEMPORARY ART EDUCATION
PhD, Ohio State University, USA

N C Wilton (1978) 
THE ANTECEDENTS OF ARTISTIC SUCCESS: A STUDY OF THE EARLY LIVES OF WOMEN VISUAL ARTISTS
ED.D. , Boston University, USA

M Lombardi (1977) 
WOMEN IN THE MODERN ART MOVEMENT IN BRAZIL: SALON LEADERS, ARTISTS, AND MUSICIANS, 1917-1930
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

M G Eden (1977) 
ANNA HYATT HUNTINGDON, SCULPTOR, AND MRS. H. H. A. BEACH, COMPOSER: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TWO WOMEN REPRESENTATIVES OF AMERICAN CULTIVATED TRADITION IN THE ARTS
PhD, Syracuse University , USA

M M McCall (1975) 
THE SOCIOLOGY OF FEMALE ARTISTS: A STUDY OF FEMALE PAINTERS SCULPTORS AND PRINTMAKERS IN ST. LOUIS
PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA

Ann Kalmbach (1974) 
The position of women artists within the aesthetic community
MFA, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

L S Whitesel (1974) 
CAREER COMMITMENT OF WOMEN ART STUDENTS
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Barbara Ann Reuter (1974) 
The career development of the professional female artist compared to that of the male
Ed. D, Columbia University, Teachers College, USA