Modernism on Stage:
The Ballets Russes and the Parisian Avant-Garde
"Elegantly written and sumptuously illustrated, this wonderful book offers a fascinating journey through the rich intersections between music, painting, the decorative arts, and performance on the Ballets Russes stage. What is at stake here is no less than a rethinking of the concept of modernism from an intermedial perspective. Modernism on Stage is a tour de force not to be missed by anyone interested in the Ballets Russes and the Parisian avant-garde." - Marion Schmid, French Studies 67, no. 4 (October 2013): 573-574.
Gustave Caillebotte and the Fashioning of Identity in Impressionist Paris
Feminist Art History After Postmodernism
"This is an excellent cross section of current feminist theory. These essays will prove invaluable not simply for students of art history, but for readers interested in the fields of cultural studies, gender theory, sociology, and others. Broude and Garrard have produced another exceptionally important and well-thought-out text!" - Linda Nochlin, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
Gender, Culture, and Politics
Helen Langa and Paula Wisotzki, eds.
"The wonder of this book is the variety of artists considered and the rich range of scholarly voices illuminating them. Together the essays give us two generations of modern American women who persevered in their art making, often without the support of cultural institutions. The stories of their hard work, determination, and unquenchable drive to speak through their images greatly enriches the historical record and gives the reader the pleasures of discovery and new knowledge." - Wanda M. Corn, Stanford University, USA
"Radical Art is a landmark study, both in the history of printmaking and in the history of American art of the thirties. There is no better explicator of the graphic arts of this era and their cultural context than Helen Langa. Her thoroughly researched and compellingly written volume is a major scholarly contribution." — Betsy Fahlman, author of John Ferguson Weir: The Labor of Art
Envisioning Gender in Burgundian Devotional Art, 1350-1530:
Experience, Authority, Resistance
Women and Portraits in Early Modern Europe:
Gender, Agency, Identity
Andrea Pearson, ed.
“Pearson’s goal of providing the first study that addresses this important topic is laudable and her insightful introduction opens up a range of new strategies that invite much further study of early modern women’s portraiture.” Amanda Pipkin, University of North Carolina
Nika Elder published "Art History's Image Problem" in Inside Higher Ed.
Kim Butler-Wingfield published "Networks of knowledge: Inventing 'theology' in the Stanza della Segnatura" in Studies in Iconography.
Juliet Bellow published "A May-December Romance? Time and Collaboration in The Seasons" in Fionn Meade and Joan Rothfuss, eds., Merce Cunningham: Common Time.
Andrea Pearson published "Sensory Piety as Social Intervention in a Mechelen Besloten Hofje" in Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art.
Nika Elder published "William Harnett Shows His Hand" in Archives of American Art Journal.
Joanne Allen presented "Crowdsourcing the past: The Society for the Study of the Church Interior collaborative online research database" in Rome with Dr. Michael Gromotka of Freie Universität, Berlin.
Juliet Bellow published "The Sacre 'Au Printemps': Parisian Receptions of the Ballets Russes" in Susan Waller and Karen Carter, eds., Foreign Artists and Communities in Modern Paris.
Joanne Allen reviewed "Architecture and Pilgrimage, 1000-1400: Southern Europe and Beyond by Deborah Howard" in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians.
Kim Butler-Wingfield's "Eloquence and Intertextuality in the Sistine Chapel" was reviewed in Sixteenth Century Journal.
Ying-Chen Peng published "Lingering between Tradition and Innovation: Photographic Portraits of Empress Dowager Cixi (1835-1908)" in Ars Orientalis.