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Ends and Beginnings
(vol 40, July 2017)
Organising/ Organisations
(vol 39, Jan 2017)
Polemics/ Contestations
(vol 38, July 2016)
(vol 37, Jan 2016)
(vol 36, July 2015)
(vol 35, Jan 2015)
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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

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

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

Alison Crossman (1999) 
Framing the quilt: historical and contemporary quilts of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia
MA, Concordia University, Canada

Manrong Wu (1999) 
(Chinese/Eng. title) Identity of the Masquerade Works of Contemporary Taiwanese Female Artists
MA, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

Jeanne Marie Schoenwandt (1999) 
Toward a feminist 'third space' : photographic 'sites' of cultural transformation
PhD, McGill University, Canada

Susan Sinkinson (1999) 
The self as other: accessing issues of difference in Trinh T. Minh-Ha's 'Reassemblage'
MA, Concordia University, Canada

Lori-Ann Beaudoin (1999) 
A cultural illness : women, identity and eating problems in Faith Ringgold's 'Change' series
MA, Concordia University, Canada

Vera  Apfelthaler (1999) 
Die Performance des Körpers - der Körper der Performance / The performance of the body - the body of the performance
PhD, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München / Munich, Germany

Deirdre E. Heddon (1999) 
In search of the subject : locating the shifting politics of women's performance art
PhD, University of Glasgow, UK
See also by same author, Autobiography and performance (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008)

Sadie. Murdoch (1999) 
Drag acts : the politics of form and the structure of impersonation.
PhD, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

Gillian Hugman Perkins (1999) 
Issues in the construction of identity of some contemporary women artists
PhD, University of Leicester, UK

Noelle Barry (1999) 
The work of Hannah Wilke
BA, National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland

Kate Byrne (1999) 
Bourgeois and Irigaray: an incompatible dialogue?
BA, National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland

Oriana Corbett (1999) 
The deconstruction of language and advertising imagery in the work of Barbara Kruger
BA, National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland

Margo Kenny (1999) 
Photographic images of women in a postfeminist generation
BA, National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland

Petrina Schortt (1999) 
Exploring excess in the work of Ann Hamilton
BA, National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland

Ruth Boyask (1999) 
Constructing the knowing-woman-artist-teacher.
MA, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Elaine d'Esterre (1999) 
Feminist poetics: Symbolism in an emblematic journey reflecting self and vision
MA, Deakin University, Australia

Birgit Dorner (1999) 
Pluralismen-Differenzen : Positionen kunstpaedagogischer Frauenforschung in Deutschland und in den USA seit dem Ende der 60er Jahre
PhD, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München / Munich, Germany

Catherine Harper (1999) 
MA, Goldsmiths' College, University of London, UK

Anne Marie Nakagawa (1999) 
Culture, consumption and desire: Or the perversion of pink, plastic shoes
MA, University of Calgary, Canada

Edith Neumann (1999) 
Kunstlerinnen in Wurttemberg : zur Geschichte des Wurttembergischen Malerinnen-Vereins und des Bundes Bildender Kunstlerinnen Wurttembergs
PhD, Stuttgart Universität , Germany

Andrea Zell (1999) 
Valie Export : Inszenierung von Schmerz- Selbstverletzung in den fruhen Aktionen
PhD, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Germany

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

Edith Nahum Adamsbaum (1999) 
L'art brut et les femmes / Art Brut and Women Artists
PhD, Paris 1, France

Faten Chouba Skhiri (1999) 
L'art comme emballage : oscillation entre invagination et evagination
PhD, Paris 1, France

Rosemary McLaren (1999) 
Rethinking the body-spaces for change : a qualitative analysis of textual and visual representations of menopause
PhD, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
See also by same author, Menopause, art and the body : contemporary tales from the daughters of hysteria (Australia: Post Pressed, Flaxton, Qld, 2001)

Manon Gosselin (1999) 
Supplément à l’oeuvre de Sherrie Levine 'After Alexander Rodchenko'
MA, UQAM, Canada

Julie Lavigne (1999) 
L’érotisme au féminin: étude de cas dans l’oeuvre de Geneviève Cadieux, Jeanne Dunning, Judie Bamber, Jana Sterbak et Helen Chadwick
MA, UQAM, Canada

Manon Paiement (1999) 
Les femmes artistes et les collections d’oeuvres d’art des entreprises québécoises
MA, UQAM, Canada

Siv Hofsvang (1999) 
”The advantages of being a woman artist”: Guerrilla Girls i et feministisk og kunsthistorisk perspektiv; ”The advantages of being a woman artist”: Gurilla Girls in a feminist and art historical perspective
MA, University of Oslo (UiO), Norway

Sigrun Åsebø (1999) 
Kjønn i det borgerlige samfunn: om forståelsen av kjønnsforskjell i Griselda Pollock og Roszika Parkers Old mistresses: women, art and ideology og Griselda Pollocks Vision and difference: femininity, feminism and the histories of art
MA, University of Bergen (UiB), Norway