• Carmen González Fraile, Photographs of the Children’s March and Their Afterlives, Summer 2018
  • Kristen McArthur, Female Somatic Spirituality in post-Tridentine Art: Rutilio Manetti's St. Catherine of Siena Drinking from the Side Wound of Christ, Summer 2018
  • Jennefer Celeste Paxton, Ritual, Self-Defense, and Territoriality at the Rock Art Site of Chaturbhujnath Nala, India, Spring 2017
  • Christina Joan Inman, Memory, Memorials, and Commemoration: Enacting Remembrance for the Comfort Women of WWII, Spring 2017
  • Kelly Allen Gentry, Symbols of Independence, Love, and Sorrow: Georgia O’keeffe’s Skyscraper Series, Spring 2016
  • Amelia Hobson, Andy Loves Richard: The Revelations of “Vote McGovern” (1972), Summer 2016
  • Amy Williamson, “The Ladies” Who Founded MOMA: How Three Female Art Collectors Created One of the World’s Leading Museums, Spring 2016
  • Jared Hansen, Pontiffs of Stone: Art as Propaganda in the Papal Tombs of Avignon, 2015
  • Ruoxin Wang, Aping Nobility: Reinterpreting the MMA “Monkey Cup”, 2015
  • Pinar Zararsiz, Orientalism Redux: Inci Eviner’s Harem, 2015
  • Kristen Latulipe, A Sinner in the City: Contextualizing the Magdalen vita Panel c. 1280, 2014
  • Angela May, Sak Yant: The Transition from Indic Yantras to Thai “Magical” Buddhist Tattoos, 2014
  • Joanna Wilson, The Bear and the Tiger: Decoding Attitudes and Anxieties towards Nature through A.A. Milne’s Winnie-the-Pooh in Post-WWI Britain, 2014
  • Alexa Hayes, Kitten Has Claws: The Feminine, the Feline, and the Threat of the New Woman in Cecilia Beaux’s Sita and Sarita, 2013
  • Bethany McClellan, Science of Sleep: Tracing the Visual Language of Dreams from Fuseli to Gondry, 2013
  • Annie White, Clear Cut Lines: Reconsidering Max Beckmann's Influences, 2013
  • Kelsey Frady, Frances Benjamin Johnston: Imaging the New Woman through Photography, 2012
  • Nicole Jordan, “A Very Amusing Bit of Blasphemy”: Honoré Daumier’s Histoire Ancienne, 2012
  • Linda Pierini, Objects of Worship Based on the Lotus Sutra: The Gohonzon by Nichiren, 2012
  • Stephen Smith, Catherine Jeffrey Jones’s Idyl: The Comic Strip in Science Fiction and Art, 2012
  • Mary Katherine Russell, Drawing a Bath: Works by Robert Henri and George Bellows at the Birmingham Museum of Art, 2011
  • Kelly Wockenfuss, Daoist Elements in Cai Guo-Qiang’s Inopportune and Head On, 2011
  • Qi Tie, The Imperial Face of China at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: An Analysis of Empress Dowager Cixi’s Portraits, 2010
  • Ashley Allison, The Display of the Animal Body in the Art of Angela Singer, 2009
  • Jenny Blount, The Black Male Nude: A Study of John Singer Sargent’s Thomas McKeller Nude within the Context of Nineteenth-Century Art and Culture, 2009
  • Cynthia Castillo, Protective Art of Indonesia: Balinese Kris Holders from the Collection of the Berman Museum of World History, 2009
  • Alicia Cook, Edgar Degas’s Fan Shaped Designs: Art, Decoration, and the Modern Woman in Late Nineteenth-Century France, 2009
  • Michele Forman, “Voyeurizing the Voyeurs”: An Analysis of the Gaze of the Non-Human Other in Chris Marker’s Sans Soleil,” 2009
  • Andrew Jones, Kay Nielsen, and the Illustrated Gift Book, 2009
  • Kathryn Sullivan, Borso D’Este and the Arthurian Legend: A Reconsideration of the Hall of the Months in the Palazzo Schifanoia, Ferrara, 2009
  • Nancy Wright, Urban Perspectives and the Modern City in the Works of Gustave Caillebotte and Childe Hassam, 2009
  • Christina Dick, The Mother in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art, 2008
  • Emma Fox, The Journey of the Queen of Sheba and The Meeting of Solomon and Sheba: Two Cassone Panels from the Workshop of Apollonio di Giovanni, 2008
  • Amber Henson, Science, Technology, and Portraiture: Justine Cooper’s Rapt and Transformers, 2008
  • Harley Acres, Gender-Bending and Comic Books as Art: Issues of Appropriation, Gender, and Sexuality in Japanese Art, 2007
  • Krista Chandler, Understanding Space: The Conceptualization and Evaluation of Space in DIA: Beacon, 2007