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(vol 39, Jan 2017)
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Jacqueline A. Badman (1997) 
A qualitative study of a college visual arts course: A multicultural perspective
PhD, University of North Dakota, USA

Bronwen Cunningham (1997) 
A creative cooking course for the woman artist: Sexual violence and the politics of representation in the visual arts
MA, York University, Canada

Marilyn Irene Grabinsky (1997) 
Constructed Knowledge
MA, University of Calgary, Canada

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

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

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

Lara Lackey (1997) 
Pedagogies of leisure: considering community recreation centres as contexts for art education and art experience
PhD, University of British Columbia , Canada

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

Joanne McNeal (1997) 
Western Arctic women artists' perspectives on education and art
PhD, University of British Columbia, Canada

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

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

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

Tanya Lenan Titchkosky (1997) 
The primacy of between-ness: a hermeneutics of marginality and art
PhD, York University, Canada

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

Jayne Wark (1997) 
The radical gesture: feminism and performance art in the 1970s
PhD, University of Toronto , Canada

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

Renee Baert (1997) 
Poetics of the body in feminist art : three modalities
PhD, McGill University, Canada

Teresa Ann Bradbury (1997) 
Textured imprints : images, social change, and cultural memory
MA, University of Toronto , Canada

Maura Lesley Broadhurst (1997) 
Strategic spaces : towards a genealogy of women artists' groups in Canada
MA, Concordia University, Canada

Hsing-Ni Lin (1997) 
(Chinese/Eng. title) A Study of Artist Lai, Jun Jun’s works : From Feminist Perspective
MA, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

Maria Lundin (1997) 
Spiral/translation/skin : an aesthetic history of the incomplete video image
MA, University of Western Ontario, Canada

Alison Catherine Pryer (1997) 
Tales of power : the healing narratives of Judy Chicago and Jo Spence
M.Ed, University of Western Ontario, Canada

Michelle Rosenberg (1997) 
Rupturing the skin of memory: bearing witness to the 1989 massacre of women in Montreal
PhD, University of Toronto, Canada

Jayne Wark (1997) 
The radical gesture: feminism and performance art in the 1970s
PhD, University of Toronto, Canada
See also by same author, Radical Gestures (Canada: McGill Queens University Press, 2006)

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

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

Gwen Phillips (1997) 
The pedagogical significance of the life and work of artist Helen Grey-Smith
MA, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Suellen Symons (1997) 
MA, University of Western Sydney, Australia

Abby Weinberg (1997) 
Identity politics in Canadian artwriting : C Magazine and Parachute, 1983-1996
MA, Concordia University, Canada

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

Ann-Janeck Lapin (1997) 
Monique Voyer: artiste, pédagogue et animatrice en arts visuels
MA, UQAM, Canada

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

Celine Amundsen  (1997) 
“Kvinnekunst” og anerkjennelse: norske kvinnelige kunstneres arbeider vist ved The National Museum of Women in the Arts i At Century's End, en utstilling finansiert av Utenriksdepartementet
MA, University of Bergen (UiB), Norway