Recent Faculty Publications

  • Myroslava M. Mudrak, Ukrainian translation of “New Generation and Artistic Modernism in Ukraine,” Kyiv: Rodovid Press, 2018.
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  • Kris PaulsenHere/There: Telepresence, Touch, and Art at the Interface, MIT Press, 2017.
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  • Namiko KunimotoThe Stakes of Exposure: Anxious Bodies in Postwar Japanese Art, 2017.
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  • Mark Fullerton, Greek Sculpture, Wiley Blackwell Press, 2016.
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      Cover of Mark Fullerton's book Greek Sculpture
  • Byron HamannThe Translations of Nebrija: Language, Culture and Circulation in the Early Modern World, University of Massachusetts Press, 2015.
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  • Andrew C. Shelton (contributor), Vincent Pomarède and Carlos G. Navarro, eds., Ingres, exhibition catalogue, Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado, 2015.
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  • Myroslava M. Mudrak.  “Kazimir Malevich and the Liturgical Tradition of Eastern Christianity.” in Byzantium/Modernism: The Byzantine as Method in Modernity.  Edited by Roland Betancourt and Maria Taroutina. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2015, pp. 37-59.
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  • Kris Paulsen, “Wrong Way Round” Open This End: Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne. Ed. Joseph R. Wolin. (Los Angeles, Skylark Foundation, 2015), 64-73.
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  • Catalogue accompanying the exhibition curated by Myroslava M. Mudrak for The Ukrainian Museum of New York and Museum of Theater, Music, and Cinema Arts of Ukraine, Kyiv (Rodovid Press) 2015. Exhibition on view until September 15, 2015. 2016 Alfred H. Barr, Jr. Award for Smaller Museums, Libraries, Collections, and Exhibitions
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  • Lisa FlormanConcerning the Spiritual--and the Concrete--in Kandinsky's Art, Stanford University Press, 2014.
  • Karl Whittington, Body-Worlds: Opicinus de Canistris and the Medieval Cartographic Imagination, Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, Toronto, 2014.
  • Kuiyi Shen and Julia F. AndrewsLight before Dawn: Unofficial Chinese Art, 1974-1985, Hong Kong Center: Asia Society, 2013.
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  • Barbara Groseclose and Jochen Wierich, Internationalizing The History of American Art, Pennsylvania University Press, 2009 (paperback edition 2013).
  • Julia F. Andrews and Kuiyi Shen, The Art of Modern China, University of California Press, 2012.
  • Ann McGee MorgansternHigh Gothic Sculpture at Chartres Cathedral, The Tomb of the Count of Joigny, and the Master of the Warrior Saints, the Pennsylvania State University Press, 2011.
  • Borys Kosarev: Modernist Kharkiv (1915-1931) catalogue accompanying the exhibition curated by Myroslava Mudrak for The Ukrainian Museum of New York and Museum of Theatrical, Musical, and Cinematic Art of Ukraine, Kyiv (Rodovid Press) 2011.
  • Kuiyi Shen and Julia F. AndrewsBlooming in the Shadows: Unofficial Chinese Art, 1974-1985, New York: China Institute Gallery/Art Media Resources, Ltd., 2011.
  • Mark Fullerton and A. A. Donohue, Ancient Art and Its Historiography, Cambridge University Press, (2003) first paperback edition 2011.
  • Christian KleinbubVision and the Visionary in Raphael, University Park, The Pennsylvania University Press, 2011.
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  • Margaret Iversen and Stephen Melville, Writing Art History: Disciplinary Departures, University of Chicago Press, 2010.
  • Kris Paulsen, “Rogue Pixels: Indexicality and Algorithmic Camouflage,” Signs and Society, Vol. 6.2 (Spring 2018)
  • Kris Paulsen, “To the Control Tower: WGBH and the Reprograming of Television” in Early Video and Experimental Film Networks, François Bovier (ed.) (Dijon: Presses du reél, 2o17), 179-199.
  • J. Ronald Green, "Let Us Now Praise Famous Girls: The Sublime in Jennifer Reeder's A Million Miles Away," Millennium Film Journal, no. 67 (Spring 2018), 48-83.
  • Lisa Florman, "Kandinsky avec Hegel et Kojève," in Kandinsky, Malevitch, Filonov et la Philosophie: Les Systèmes de l'abstraction dans l'avant-garde russe. Edited by Jean-Philippe Jaccard and Ioulia Podoroga. Éditions Cécile Defaut, 2018, pp. 71-90.
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  • Myroslava M. Mudrak“A Cipher No More” in Red Horizon: Contemporary Art and Photography in the USSR and Russia, 1960-2010. Selections from the Neil K. Rector Collection. Exh. cat. Columbus: Columbus Museum of Art, 2017, pp. 75-77.
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  • Myroslava M. Mudrak, “Kazimir Malevich, Symbolism, and Ecclesiastic Orthodoxy” in Modernism and the Spiritual in Russian Art: New Perspectives. Edited by Louise Hardiman and Nicola Kozicharow. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, 2017, pp. 91-113.
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  • Emily Neumeier, “Spoils for the New Pyrrhus: Alternative Claims to Antiquity in Ottoman Greece.” International Journal of Islamic Architecture, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Jul. 2017), pp. 311-338. 2017.
  • Emily Neumeier, “Rivaling Elgin: Ottoman Governors and Archaeological Agency in the Morea.” In Antiquarianisms: Contact, Conflict, and Comparison, edited by Benjamin Anderson and Felipe Rojas, pp. 134-160. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2017.
  • Lisa Florman, “The Cubist Still Life: Facture, Manufacture, and Displacement” in The Cubism Seminars, National Gallery of Art, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, ed. Harry Cooper (New Haven; London: Yale University Press, 2017), pp. 44-71.
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      The Cubism Seminars
  • Kris Paulsen, “Exposures” in Ann Hamilton: ONEEVERYONE (Austin: Landmarks in Public Art Program, University of Texas at Austin), 2017.
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  • Kris Paulsen, “The Renegade Video Artist (Interview wth Mary Lucier)”,, January 17, 2017.
  • Andrew Carrington Shelton, "Achille Devéria's Sergents de La Rochelle (1822)," Annales Benjamin Constant, 41: Art et libéralisme en France/La Contestation par l'image, 1814-1830 (2016) pp. 193-213.
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  • Byron Hamann, "Anarchist Calendrics: The chronological agitations of Moses Harman," Cabinet, 61 (Spring-Summer 2016).
  • Amanda Gluibizzi and Michael Mercil, "The Dematerialization of the Art Object - A Conversation," in The Cambridge History of Postmodern Literature, ed. Brian McHale and Len Platt (Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2016), pp. 199-213.
  • Kris Paulsen, “Black Hole Sun” Into The Light (Columbus: The Columbus Museum of Art, 2016).
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  • Kris Paulsen, “Debate: Is There a Divide Between Curatorial Practice and Curatorial Education,”Great Expectations: Prospects for the Future of Curatorial Education. London and San Francisco: Koeing Books and The Wattis Center for the Arts, 2016).
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  • Kris Paulsen,  “On Things: A Conversation with Kris Paulsen” Shana Lutker. Ed. Laurie Furstenberg. (Los Angeles: LAXART, 2016).
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  • Andrew Carrington Shelton, Review of Pierre Sérié, La Peinture d'Histoire en France, 1860-1900 (Paris: Arthena, 2014) in The Burlington Magazine, vol. 157 (November 2015) pp. 793-94.
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  • Kris Paulsen, "Carmen Winant: The Space In-Between," How to Remain Human (Cleveland: MOCA Cleveland, 2015).
  • Myroslava M. Mudrak, “Cubism, the Icon and the Ukrainian Legacy of Alexis Gritchenko.” ars, the Journal of the Institute of Art History of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava. ars, 47, 2014, 2, pp. 185-196.
  • Kris Paulsen, “Ill Communication: Anxiety and Identity in 1990s Net Art” Come as You Are: Art of the 1990s, ed. Alexandra Schwartz (Berkeley: The University of California Press, 2014), 64-73.
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  • Kris Paulsen (ed), "Art & Infrastructures: Hardware," Media-N (Vol. 10, no 1, Spring 2014)
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  • Kris Paulsen,  “Interview with Julia Christensen,”BOMBblog (March 2014), np. Link to interview
  • Kris Paulsen, “I Work from Home: Interview with Michelle Grabner," Mousse 41 (November 2013): 134-137.
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  • Namiko Kunimoto, "Shiraga Kazuo: The Buddhist Hero," Between Action and the Unknown: The Art of Kazuo Shiraga and Sadamasa Motonaga, Yale University Press, 2014.
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  • Christine B. Verzar, "After Burchardt and Wölfflin; was there a Basel School of Art History?" Journal of Art Historiography, 11 (December 2014).
  • Andrew Carrington Shelton, "Masculinity," in Michael Kelly, editor-in-chief, Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, 2nd edition, 6 vols (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2014), IV, pp. 265-269.
  • Karl Whittington, “Medieval” in “Postposttranssexual: Key Concepts for a Twenty-First-Century Transgender Studies,” TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly 1-2 (2014), 125-29.
  • Barbara Haeger, “Rubens’s Christ Triumphant over Sin and Death: Unveiling the Glory of God,” pp. 959-1000 in Melion, Walter and Clifton James (eds.), Imago Exegetica: Visual Images as Exegetical Instruments 1400-1700 (Leiden: 2014).
  • Byron Hamann, Vertigo, A Review of Journeys to New Worlds: Spanish and Portuguese Colonial Art in the Roberta and Richard Huber Collection, edited by Suzanne L. Stratton-Pruitt. To be published in CAA Reviews (2014).
  • Byron Hamann, Book review essay: Indigenous Miracles: Nahua Authority in Colonial Mexico by Edward W. Osowski, After Moctezuma: Indigenous Politics and Self-Government in Mexico City, 1524-1730 by William F. Connell, and Negotiation Within Domination: New Spain's Indian Pueblos Confront the Spanish State, edited by Ethelia Ruiz Medrano and Susan Kellogg. Colonial Latin American Review 22(2): 290-294.
  • James Morganstern, “Les fragments de Jumièges, la découverte“ and “Les fragments de Jumièges et l’art du vitrail en France“, in Le vitrail, chefs-d’œuvre caché du musée, Rouen, Musée départemental des Antiquités, 2013.
  • J. Ronald Green, "Animation Diagnostics: Power and the Loop," Senses of Cinema, 69 (December 2013). Senses of Cinema
  • Byron Hamann, Borja Franco-Llopis and Byron Ellsworth Hamann, “Un curioso caso de destrucción de estampas en Valencia: Diego de Sevilla y las insignias de la Pasión.” In En el primer siglo de la inquisición española: Fuentes documentales, procedimientos de análisis, experiencias de investigación, edited by José María Cruselles Gómez, 349-368. Valencia: Universitat de València (2013).
  • Karl Whittington, “The Psalter Map: A Case Study in Forming a Cartographic Canon for Art History,” Kunstlicht 34.4 (special issue: Mind the Map), 2013, 19-26.
  • Byron Hamann, “Object, Image, Cleverness: The Lienzo de Tlaxcala.” Art History 36 (3): 518-545 (2013).
  • Christine B. Verzar, review of Max Seidel, Father and Son: Nicola and Giovanni Pisano (Munich: Hirmer Verlag, 2012) in Speculum 89/1 (January 2014) pp. 245-247.
  • Kris Paulsen, "Half-Inch Revolution: Guerrilla Video Tape Network," Amodern, vol.2 (2013).
  • Myroslava M. Mudrak, “On the Liminality of Being and Belonging: The Ukrainian Studio of Plastic Arts (1923-1952)—A National Culture on Foreign Territory,” Centropa, vol. 13, no. 3 (September 2013), 258-268.
  • Amanda Gluibizzi, "Navigation by the Vernacular Glance: Robert Rauschenberg's 'Maps,'" inCarla Taban ed., Meta- and Inter-Images in Contemporary Visual Art and Culture, Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2013.
  • J. Ronald Green, "Cinema de classe média," in Paulo Ricardo G. de Almeida, Oscar Micheaux o Cinema Negro e a Segregação racial, Rio de Janeiro, 2013, 161-183.
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  • Namiko Kunimoto, "Tanaka Atsuko's Electric Dress and the Circuits of Subjectivity," The Art Bulletin, volume XCV, number 3 (September 2013), 465-483.
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  • Kris Paulsen, “Image as Place: The Phenomenal Screen in Kit Galloway and Sherrie Rabinowitz’s Satellite Arts 1977,” Leonardo Electronic Almanac Vol. 19, no. 2 (April, 2013), 98-111.
  • Kris Paulsen, "The Index and the Interface," representaions #122, University of California Press, (Spring 2013), 83-109.
  • Karl Whittington, “Experimenting with Opicinus de Canistris (1296-ca.1354),” Gesta 51:2 (2012), 147-173.
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  • Christian K. Kleinbub, “To Sow the Heart: Touch, Spiritual Anatomy, and Image Theory in Michelangelo’s ‘Noli me tangere,’” Renaissance Quarterly 66, no.1 (March 2013), 81-129.
  • Kris Paulsen, "In the Beginning There Was the Electron," X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, Vol. 15 Issue 2 (Winter 2012): 56-73.
  • Christian Kleinbub, “Raphael’s ‘Quos Ego’: Forgotten Document of the Renaissance ‘Paragone,’” Word and Image 28, no. 3 (November 2012), 287-301.
  • Lisa Florman, "Picasso (and Warhol) and Things," issue #7,
  • Lisa Florman, "Insistent, Resistent Cézanne: On Picasso's Three Women and Les Demoiselles D'Avignon," Source, Notes in the History of Art, Vol. No. 4, Summer 2012, pg. 19-26.
  • Kris Paulsen, “Omer Fast and Kris Paulsen: A Conversation,” WexBlog, Wexner Center for the Arts. July 9, 2012.
  • Kris Paulsen, “Magic Bus: Ken Kesey’s Search for a Kool Place,” X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly. Volume 14, Number 3 (Spring 2012): 46-53.
  • Myroslava Mudrak, "The Poltava Zemstvo: Expanding on a Modern Museum Typology" Centropa: A Journal of Central European Architecture and Related Arts, Vol. 12, No. 2 (May 2012): 162-178.
  • Karl Whittington, "Queer," Studies in Iconography (Special Issue: Medieval Art History Today--Critical Terms) 33 (2012) pp. 157-168.
  • Karl Whittington, "Painting the Window," George Rush: Darker with the Day, Pearl Conard Art Gallery, The Ohio State University at Mansfield, April 9-27, 2012.
  • J. Ronald Green, "The Re-emergence of the Film/Video Loop," Millennium Film Journal, no. 55: Structures and Spaces: Cine-Installation (Spring 2012) pp. 30-39.
  • Lisa Florman, "Different Facets of Analytic Cubism,", issue #5
  • John C. Huntington, "Marks, Maps, & Microscopes: A Preliminary Report on a Study of Early Indic Symbol Systems And a Partial "Proof of Concept" Demonstration" Exemplar: The Journal of South Asian Studies, 1, no. 1 (Spring 2012).
  • Karl Whittington, "Caspar David Friedrich's Medieval Burials," Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide 11 (2012).