BGC Dissertations, Theses + Qualifying Papers

Titles of the PhD dissertations, MA theses, and Qualifying Papers submitted for BGC degrees appear alphabetically by author in the list below. There are also library catalog records for each work in the BGC Library catalog and in WorldCat.

Access to the BGC theses themselves is available only by appointment at the Bard Graduate Center Library. Photocopying is not permitted.


Doctoral Dissertations in Progress
  • Behan, Antonia. “The Brain of the Machine”: Ethel Mairet’s Textile Laboratory.
  • Bogansky, Amy. The Merchant’s Middlemen: Factors, Supercargoes, and the Praxis of Exchange in the Early Modern Atlantic World.
  • Brennan, Christine. The Brummer Gallery and Its Impact on the Market for Medieval Art and Collectors in Twentieth-Century Paris and New York.
  • Chan, Yenna. Narrating Montreal: Critiques of Urban Renewal in the 1970’s through Exhibition and Documentary Film.
  • D’Amato, Martina. La collectionneuse: The Marquise Arconati-Visconti and the Politics of Patronage in the Third Republic
  • DeGregorio, William. Objectifying Dress: Collecting Historic Costume in the United States, 1920-1970.
  • Denney, Joyce. The Story of Troy Finds a Home in Macau: A Set of Multicultural Embroidered Hangings of the Seventeenth Century.
  • Folkman, Marjorie. Dance’s Imprint: Choreography of the Visual Avant-Gardes.
  • Griffiths, Christine. From Garden to Toilette: Cultivating Perfume in Early Modern England.
  • Israel, Mei-Ling. Circles, Bees, and Threads: Traditional Craft Communities and the Digital.
  • Jensen, Hadley. Shaped by the Camera: Navajo Weavers and the Photography of Making in the American Southwest, 1880-1945.
  • Keagle, Matthew. “An Uniform Is Granted by All to be Absolutely Necessary”: A Cultural History of Military Dress in the Revolutionary Atlantic.
  • Larsen, Christian. Aquarela do Brasil: Transnational Flows of Brazilian Designand Material Culture.
  • Lu, Pengliang. Chinese Bronzes of the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368).
  • McCormick, Heather Jane. Woodcarvers in the City of New York: A Study in Craft Change, 1820-1880.
  • McMahon, Elizabeth. “Robes of Court and Palace”: Dress and Queenship at the Court of Henry VIII, 1509-1547.
  • Nelson, Meredith. Golden Catenae—Form and Function: Body Chains and Elite Erotic Dress in the Roman World.
  • Perry, Rebecca. Problematic Bodies: Dressing Pre-Adolescent Girls in the United States, 1930-1965.
  • Rado, Mei. Xiyang Textiles in the Eighteenth-Century Qing Imperial Court: Fabrication, Display, and Representation of the West.
  • Rivas Perez, Jorge. Venezuelan Mid-Century Modern Design: Miguel Arroyo and His Circle, c.1945-1965.
  • Tuite, Rebecca. Nightwear in Hollywood Film and Television and the US Nightwear Industry, 1945-1977.
  • Sanchez Gomez, Antonio. An Exotic Object and Its Places: The Thor Washing Machine in Barranquilla and Bogota (1906-1920).
  • Sandler Perten, Rebecca. Implications of Mass Production for the Consumption of Jewish Ritual Objects by American Jewry, 1880-1980.
  • St. George, Elizabeth. A “Beautiful Household” for Czechoslovakia: Krásná jizba and Notions of Modern Living, 1927-1938.
Doctoral Dissertations Completed
  • Abrego, Sonya. Westernwear and the Postwar American Lifestyle. 2015.
  • Atkins, Jacqueline. Wearing Propaganda: Civilian Textiles on the Japanese Home Front 1931-1945 with Reference to Britain and The United States. 2006.
  • Bach, Debra Schmidt. Makers, Masters, and Manufacturers: Early Industrialization of the Silver Trade in Antebellum New York. 2014.
  • Bass-Krueger, Maude. The Culture of Dress History in France: The Past in Fashion, 1814-1900. 2015.
  • Bilak, Donna A. The Chymical Cleric: John Allin, Puritan Alchemist in England and America (1623-1683). 2013.
  • Dew, Eleanor Sarah. Lenygon & Morant (c.1904-1943): “Period Style” Interior Design and the Transatlantic Market for English Antiques. 2014.
  • Finamore, Michelle Tolini. Fashioning Early Cinema: Dress and Representation in American Film, 1905-1930. 2010.
  • Fisher, Ellen (posthumous). The Life and Work of Mary McFadden: With Special Emphasis on the Ancient and Ethnic Sources of Her Designs. [2013].
  • Hannah, Caroline. Henry Varnum Poor: Crow House, Craft, and Design. 2017.
  • Lake, Stephanie. Bonnie Cashin: Fashion and Costume Design ca. 1923-1985. 2009.
  • Lichtman, Sarah A. “Teenagers Have Taken over the House”: Print Marketing, Teenage Girls, and the Representation, Decoration, and Design of the Postwar Home, c. 1945-1965. 2013.
  • Shinn, Masako. Case Studies in Critical Regionalism: Takashi Sugimoto, Kuma Kengo, and Hiroshi Sambuichi. 2017.
  • Microulis, Laura. In Pursuit of Art Manufacture: The Business and Design History of Gillow and Company, 1862-1897,British Cabinet Maker and House Furnisher. 2015.
  • Sande-Friedman, Amy. Kenneth Snelson and the Science of Sculpture in 1960s America. 2012.
  • Scholz, Frederun. Studies on Costume Histories from the Age of German Kulturgeschichte. 2015.
  • Shales, Ezra. John Cotton Dana and the Business of Enlightening Newark: Applied Art at the Newark Public Library and Museum, 1902-29. 2006.
  • Smith, Daniella Ohad. Hotel Design in Zionist Palestine: Modernism, Tourism, and Nationalism, 1917-1948. 2006.
  • Tavares, Jonathan. Samuel Luke Pratt and the Arms and Armor Trade in Victorian Britain. 2013.
  • Yamamori, Yumiko. A. A. Vantine and Company: Japanese Handcrafts for the American Consumer, 1895-1920. 2010.
Master’s Theses + Qualifying Papers Completed
(asterisks * indicate award winners)
  • Abdur-Rahman (Mohideen), Ayesha. Beadwork of the South African Nguni (Xhosa and Zulu Peoples): General Principles and Guidelines for Attribution. 1999.
  • Adang, Lisa. At the Nexus of a Nebula: Where Phenomenology and Material History Meet in Virtual Reality. 2015.
  • Aki, Ajiri. La Vie a la Mode: Jean Patou’s Construction and Promotion of a Harmonious “Fashionable Lifestyle” 1919-1936. 2009.
  • Allaire-Graham, Erin Sunshine. A Collection of Choice Receipts: Networks of Recipe Sharing in Early Modern England. 2012.
  • Allen, Sara. A Study of the Emergence of Fashion in Women’s Eyeglasses in Mid-Twentieth Century America. 2004.
  • Ahn, Cabelle. Skinned Sculptures: Paper, Plaster, and Pose in Jean-Galbert Salvage’s Anatomie du Gladiateur combattant (1812). 2015.
  • Ansari, Sara. Gardens, Memory and the Iranian-American Immigrant’s Journey: … . 2010.
  • Archer, Sarah. Collecting the Lost Cause: Politics, Commemoration, and the Founding of the Museum of the Confederacy. 2006.
  • Arnold, Lauren. Gambling with Virtue: The Moral Currency of Playing Cards in Early Modern Italy. 2011.
  • Aves, Tara. The Tiffany Interior of Saint Paul’s Episcopalian Church in Troy, New York. 1999.
  • Baker, Luke. “A Story Around an Object”: Functions of Production Design in Jane Campion’s The Piano. 2011.
  • Baldenebro, Alizzandra. Flowers, Figures, Fragments: Revisiting André Charles Boulle’s Marquetry Cabinets-on-Stands. 2014.
  • Banas, Emily. Art or Culture? Interpretation and Display of Islamic Objects in the Museum. 2015.
  • Barr, Alexis. “Utility, with Reasonable Luxury”: Interborough Rapid Transit Station Interiors, 1900-1908. 2008.
  • Bateson, Adrienne. Sofas of the American Empire: A Search for American Distinction. 2011.
  • Battaglino, Wendy. The Lighting Designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. 1998.
  • Becker, Katharine. In Search of Eugène Fontenay. 2006.
  • Bedrosian, Carolyn. Eighteenth-Century France in the Gilded Age: Eleanore Elkins Widener Rice. 2006.
  • Beebe, James. Tubular-Steel and Metal-Framed Furniture of the Lloyd Manufacturing Company of Menominee, Michigan, 1929-1947. 2000.
  • Behan, Antonia. Looking At, Looking Through: A Conserved Panel Painting at the Met. 2014.
  • Bell, Tennan. Charming the Senses: Alexandre-François Desportes, Still Life, and Porcelain in Early Eighteenth-Century France. 2013.
  • Berszinn, Elizabeth. Collecting European Ceramics in Twentieth-Century America: R. Thornton Wilson at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 2011.
  • Bielicki, Dana. Crime and Violins: Sherlock Holmes and Objects. 2002.
  • Bingham, Lisa. The Val-Kill Industries: An Analysis of Their Founding, Context, and Dissolution. 2000.
  • Blok, Anna. Collecting the American Illustrated Book: The Early Years of the Limited Editions Club. 2003.
  • Boyer, Markley. Germanic Animal Ornament of the Staffordshire Hoard. 2011.
  • Brabender, Amy. A Self-Made World: Place, Memory, and Magic in the House and Garden of Mary Nohl. 2006.
  • Brandow, Adam. Modern Façades, Anti-Modern Interiors: Gender, Partnership, and the Architecture of Adolf Loos. 2010.
  • Brandt, Corinne. The Meschianza and the Chew Family: How a Family Remembers and Commemorates Personal and National History. 2014.
  • Brandt, Erika. Contextualizing Objects: The Hierarchical Categorization of Art Explored Through the Art of Dale Chihuly. 2004.
  • * Brauer, Lisa. A Survey of Ga’u in the Traditional Culture of Tibet Prior to 1959, With a Catalog and an Index of Objects in the Collections of Five U.S. Institutions. 2001.
  • Brennan, Christine. Prince Petr Soltykoff: An Important Nineteenth-Century Collector of Medieval Art. 2003.
  • Brierley, Sarah. Longfellow’s Wayside Inn: Henry Ford’s Vision of the American Past. 2006.
  • Brow, Kelsey. Writing Vegetarianism in Seventeenth-Century London: Thomas Tryon’s Wisdom’s Dictates and Ethical Consumption. 2014.
  • Brown, Sheena. Sartorial Splendor: Clothing at the Court of Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy (1419-1465). 2003.
  • Buresh, James. Mid-Century Arcadia: Modern Classicism and Timeless Modernity in the Designs of Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings. 2007.
  • Burrows, Keelin. Negotiating Craft Through the Culinary: Two Exhibitions Held at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts, 1965-1973. 2009.
  • Cain, Meaghan. Appalachia in Scraps: Interpreting Five Scrapbooks from the Pi Beta Phi Settlement School, 1919-1941. 2011.
  • Callanhan, Anne. Smart Books Don’t Shout: Norton Critical Editions, 1961-2009. 2009.
  • Campbell, Margaret Steward. Patented Linked Box Bracelets: Oscar Heyman & Bros., Inc.’s Contributions to the Manufacture of Gem-set Platinum Jewelry. 2003.
  • Cannatella, Anna-Maria. The Art of Display: Easels and Portfolio Stands in the Nineteenth-Century Domestic Interior. 2002.
  • Carr, Christian. Clear Comfort: The Alice Austen House and Museum. 1999.
  • Carroll, Richard. Great Expectations: The Manifesto of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and Its Viability for Early 20th-Century Society Architects. 2013.
  • Casser, Alexandra. The Art of the Deal: Education and Marketing in American Museums. 2014.
  • Chan, Kei Yee. The Geometry in Art: Wenzel Jamnitzer’s Perspectiva Corporum Regularium. 2005.
  • Charlap, Danielle. Plan-a-Room: Paul MacAlister’s Kits for Three-Dimensional Visual Education. 2014.
  • Choi, Jennie. Elizabeth Hawes: Maverick of American Clothing Design. 1998.
  • * Chuang, Grace. The Role of the Savant and the Académie royale des sciences in Porcelain Research and Development in France, 1715 to 1772. 2010.
  • Christoffersen, Nynne. Material Nationality: Denmark at the 1900 Paris World’s Fair. 2013.
  • Clifton-Harvey, Melanie. “Getting to Know You”: A Costume Study of Twentieth Century-Fox’s The King and I, 1956. 2010.
  • * Clouse, Doug. MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan, an American Type Foundry. 2007.
  • Coes, Amy. Thomas Brooks: Cabinetmaker and Interior Decorator. 1999.
  • Cohen, Marilyn. The Material Culture of “I Love Lucy”. 2004.
  • Cohen, Nina. Rye Playland: Amusement Park Beautiful? 2007.
  • Cohn, Melissa. “Doing Over the Drawing Room”: The Drawing Room and Women’s Changing Social Status in The Novels of Edith Wharton. 2003.
  • Coleman, Cynthia. The Russian Imperial Family at Home at the Alexander Palace. 2001.
  • Comito, Kristine. To Adorn and Improve: American Art Needelwork and Taste, 1876-1900. 2003.
  • Cordova, Elena. Fashion & Futurism: Giacomo Balla and the Suit, 1913-1918. 2011.
  • Cortinovis, Genevieve. Photo Op: Framing Parisian Chic at the Concours d’Elegance 1936-1939. 2010.
  • Culp, Brandy. Artisan, Entrepreneur and Gentleman: Alexander Petrie and the Colonial Charleston Silver Trade. 2004.
  • D’Amato, Martina. “un veritable musée”: the Chabrières-Arlès Collection and Renaissance Decorative Arts between France and America. 2012.
  • Danalakis, Katherine. Furnishing the Greek House: Reconstructing the Domestic Interiors of Classical Greece. 2004.
  • Davidson, Sophie. Two Generations of Influence: Charles Lewis Tiffany and Phineas Taylor Barnum, and Louis Comfort Tiffany and Oscar Wilde. 1999.
  • Deason, Emily. Redeeming Value: A Discussion and Case Study of Salvage Culture in Brooklyn, New York. 2011.
  • * DeGregorio, William. Trompeuse Simplicité: Reconstructing the Ouevre, Personality, Clientele, and Decline of Augustabernard, 1928-1934. 2012.
  • De Filippis, Marybeth. Margarita Van Varick’s East Indian Goods: Design Inspiration for 17th- and Early 18th-Century Furnishings. 2006.
  • Deitsch, Elka. The Pugilist in Prints: Depictions of Daniel Mendoza and Boxing Jews in England during the Commercial Revolution. 2008.
  • de Kuyper, Daan. WENDINGEN: A Case Study of Dutch Modernism 1918-1931, with Special Reference to the Magazine’s Typography. 2000.
  • Deme, Edina. European Textile Designs for West Africans: “The Aesthetic of Imperfection.” 2000.
  • DeNormandie, Laura. Mary Gregory: Life/Work. 2002.
  • Dohne, Mary. Masculinity at Home: Bachelor Pads and the Seduction of the American Dad. 2003.
  • Domning, Julia. Regional Characteristics in American Silver Tea Sets: New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, 1810-1830. 2010.
  • Dover, Caitlin. Making Connections: Visualizations of American Telephony, 1900-1949. 2012.
  • Drakakis, Alexandra. Consuming the Cataclysm: Buying and Selling September 11, 2001. 2007.
  • Dude, Rosanna Eubank. Making the Wilderness a Destination: The Material Culture of Camping, 1850-1970. 2006.
  • * Dye, Hi’ilei Julia. “To All True Lovers of Arte and Knowledge”: Reading Sir Hugh Plat’s Delightes for Ladies in Early Modern England. 2009.
  • Einik, Nurit. Contexts in Design: Eszter Haraszty at Knoll Associates, B.H. Wragge and Company, and the American Pavilion at the Brussels World’s Fair. 2006.
  • Eleazar, Paula. Lancaster Place: The Development Process of a Middle-Class Subdivision in Houston, Texas, 1911-1924. 2006.
  • Elshafei, Yasmin. “faict A Molins ala PalMe”: Luxury Gardening Implements of the French Renaissance. 2006.
  • Emery, Susan. Eighteenth-Century Japanned Furniture. 2003.
  • * Eschapasse, Anne. The Impact of the French Revolution and the Dissolution of the Guilds on the Parisian Furniture Industry, 1789-1799. 1999.
  • Espinosa, Natalie. Arquitechura/México: Case Study of an Architecture and Design Magazine, 1938-1949. 2008.
  • Essner, Elizabeth. Frank Stanton’s Eye: Building Black Rock and the CBS Vision of Design. 2006.
  • Esterlis, Victoria. The Seventh Regiment Armory: The Social History of a New York Landmark. 2008.
  • Fabian, Erin. From the Silver Screen to the Department Store: How Hollywood Fashioned American Women. 2014.
  • Fanning, Colin. The Plastic System: Architecture, Childhood, and LEGO, 1949-2012. 2013.
  • Farrell, Molly. The Grove Park Inn: The Resort as Manifestation of the Commercialization of the Arts and Crafts Movement in America. 1996.
  • Feldman, Allison. Warmth and Friendly Glamour: Dorothy Draper as Brilliant Re-Brander of Interiors and Products. 2007.
  • Ferguson, Stephanie. Domino Magazine and the Cult of the Happy Home. 2010.
  • Fish, Elizabeth Kerr. The Islamic-Style Silver Produced by Tiffany & Company under Edward C. Moore. 1997.
  • Fister, Virginia. From the Studio to the Salon: Artists, Craftsmen, and Collaborative Environments in Eighteenth-Century France. 2015.
  • Flaherty, Susan Frances. Hobbit-holes, Tree Houses, and Towers: Production Design in The Lord of the Rings Films. 2007.
  • Flores, Patricia. A Gentleman’s Microcosm: Tapestries from the Sheldon Bedchamber at Chastleton House, Oxfordshire. 2007.
  • Forsyth, Barbara Hanson. An Investment in the Domestic Ideal: The History and Significance of the Bridal Registry in America. 2003.
  • Fox, Kate. A Primitive Lure: The Sidney Lanier Camp, 1906-1940. 2011.
  • * Fragopoulou, Maria Ernest. The Farnese Casket: A Study in Humanist Patronage and Iconography in Sixteenth-Century Rome. 2002.
  • Frankel, Elizabeth Caffry. Architectural Pottery: Marketing Modern Design. 2000.
  • Freeman, Helen McCall. Reconstructing the Interior: Case Studies of Arts and Crafts Period Rooms. 2007.
  • Friedman-Stadler, M. Zahava. Faith and Fear: A Contemporary Israeli Evil Eye Charm. 2014.
  • Fujii, Rina. Mr. Spectator and Mr. Shopper: Case Studies of Male Consumption in The Tatler and The Spectator, 1709-1714. 2008.
  • Gallagher, Brian. Instruments of Devotion, Objects of Delight: Augsburg House Altars from the Late Sixteenth to the Early Seventeenth Centuries. 1998.
  • Gardner, Andrew. From Suburban Kitchen to Pop Art Canvas: Women and American Domesticity in Tom Wesselmann’s Still Life #30, 1950-1963. 2015.
  • Gardner, Jeanne. “The Girl Who Sinned In Secret And Paid In Public!”: American Romance Comics, 1947-1954. 2011.
  • Germain, Colleen. The Dr. Henry Ginsburg Collection of Indian Painted Cottons Made for the Siamese Market, the Eighteenth through Nineteenth Centuries. 2010.
  • Gerstenecker, Elyse. “More Nearly a Home”: American Collegiate Residence Hall Design for Women, 1929-1941. 2008.
  • Gerwin, Timothy. Sytho-Siberian Motif Transfer to the Kushan Empire and Abbasid Samarra: Possible Origins of the Arabesque. 2007.
  • Gifford, Barbara Paris. Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Rethinking the London Years 1915-1923: A Case for the Textile Designs. 2004.
  • Gill, Jennifer. Re-Orienting the Vernacular: Arts & Crafts Theory and the Interpretation of Song-dynasty Ceramics by Bernard Leach, Yanagi Soetsu, and Potters in Their Circle, c. 1910-1940. 2008.
  • Goldkamp, Kate Michelson. American Social Guidance Films, 1945-1965: Teenagers, Social Ideals, and Products. 2011.
  • Good, Olivia. At Home in the Past: Tasha Tudor’s Lifestyle in Context. 2010.
  • Goodhouse, Andrew. “Keep Wishing While You Participate”: Spiritual Materiality and Social Agency in Yoko Ono’s Wish Tree. 2013.
  • Gonzalez, Sierra Araneta. Shopping for Modern Design: Three Case Studies in Contemporary Design Retail, 1964-2007. 2008.
  • Gordon, John. Selling Splendor: the House of Jewels and the American Luxury Market, 1937-1940. 2003.
  • Gorzka, Julia. Arts and Crafts Societies in America: The Division of Social and Aesthetic Reform. 1998.
  • Gordon-Fogelson, Robert. Sunar, Graves, and the Heyday of the Furniture Showroom, 1979-1983: Building a Link between Producers and Purchasers of Corporate Design. 2015.
  • Greenberg, Alyssa. Exposing the Rhetorics of Idealized Family Photographs: American Photographic Christmas Cards, 1930s through 1950s. 2011.
  • Greenwald, Shoshanna. Beyond the Cover: Margaret Armstrong’s Life and Work. 2012.
  • Griffith, Alexandra. Jean-François de Bastide’s La Petite Maison: The Decorative Arts, Architecture and the Intellectual Culture of the Ancien Régime. 2002.
  • Griffiths, Christine. “Not forgetting his perfumed Gloves”: Accessorizing Scent in Eighteenth-Century England. 2013.
  • Grunewald, Martina. The Commerce of Art: A Cultural History of Museum Merchandising, 1850-2004. 2005.
  • Gura, Judith. Edward J. Wormley: The Making, and Undoing, of a “Middle-Range” Modernist. 1999.
  • Gustafson, Jill. Freda Diamond: An American Industrial Designer. 2003.
  • Gutierrez-Folch, Ana. The Neoclassical Klismos Chair: Early Sources and Avenues of Diffusion. 2014.
  • Haley, Kate. From Target to Tar-gé: A Post-Modern Approach to Advertising Discount Design. 2006.
  • Hall, Katherine Rhoades. The Use and Significance of Mirrors in the French Domestic Interior, 1665-1789. 2006.
  • Hannah, Caroline. James Carr (1820-1904) and His New York City Pottery (1855-1889). 2000.
  • Harden, Edgar. Framemaking in 18th-century Paris: The Lives and Work of the Infroits and Cherins. 1998.
  • Hargrave, Michelle. Neoclassical Dress and Its Enemies: Female Neoclassical Dress in Georgian Satirical Prints and Prescriptive Literature, c. 1793-1820. 2003.
  • * Hartzell, Freyja Thorbjorn. Transcendant Earth: Clay, Craft and Culture in Germany, 1880-1930. 2004.
  • Haskins, Amanda. Une Mode Brute: Aspects of Brutalism and Traditional Japanese Aesthetics in the Work of Issey Miyake and Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons, 1973-1983. 2009.
  • Heinz, Alice. Gustav Stickley and the Rise of American Arts and Crafts in the Twentieth-Century Antiques Market. 2012.
  • Hill, Linden. “Mod”-ifying the Medieval: Yves Saint Laurent and Roland Petit’s Notre Dame de Paris. 2015.
  • Hill, Susannah. Reed & Barton: The Electroplating Years, 1848-1889. 2000.
  • Hodson, Elise. Pupul Jayakar’s “Great Conversation”: the Roles of Design, Craft and the United States in Transforming Indian Identity and Industry, 1952-1965. 2009.
  • Hoff, Berit. Conversation Pits in Dialogue 1953-1958: The Conversation Pits in the J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller House and Joe Price Studio. 2011.
  • Hogan, Maeve. Patchwork: Myth and Industry—A Study of Late Nineteenth-Century Printed Patchworks in Context. 2014.
  • Howard, Ella. A Comparative Study of Feminist Writings on Aspects of the History of Design and the Decorative Arts, 1970-1995. 1998.
  • Hughes, Eileen. Heart Brooches in Scotland & North America from the 15th-19th Centuries. 2004.
  • Hunter, Stacy. Native American Culture in Euro-American Life: A Transcultural Object History of Northeast North America and the Impact of the Early Contact Period. 2004.
  • Hyde, Aislinn. Icing on the Cake: The Form and Decoration of Wedding Cakes in the United Sates,1800-1950. 2011.
  • Inglesby, Roisin. “A Monumental Pillar Wherein You Will See Your Ancestors”: The Rhetoric of Word and Image in Sir William Dugdale’s The Antiquities of Warwickshire Illustrated. 2011.
  • Ingram, Jeannie. Image and Text: a Study of Sources, Meanings and Function of a Set of Sixteenth-Century Spice Plates Designed by the Engraver, P over M. 2004.
  • Irish Brakebill, Carol Anderson. William Hunt Diederich: Negotiating the Path from Sculpture to Decorative Arts 1910-1929. 1999.
  • Irving, Alexandra. Collective Creativity: Two Case Studies of Makers and Their Communal Living Environments in Providence, Rhode Island. 2011.
  • Israel, Mei-Ling. Learn to Draw with Jon Gnagy:The Legacy of America’s First Television Artist. 2011.
  • Iverson, Stephanie Day. Bonnie Cashin Before Bonnie Cashin Designs, Inc. 1999.
  • Jeffers, Grace. Machine Made Natural: The Decorative Products of the Formica Corporation, 1947-1962. 1998.
  • Jenrette, Emma Chandler. The Gift That Starts the Future Home: Lane Hope Chest Marketing, 1927-1960. 2011.
  • Jensen, Hadley. Shaped by the Camera: Benjamin Wittick and the Imaging of Craft in the American Southwest, 1878-1903. 2013.
  • Johnson, Edith. Transatlantic Frenchness: Defining French Style Aboard the Paris, the Ile-de-France, the Lafayette, and the Champlain. 2011.
  • Johnson, Kathryn. A Place of Her Own: Mrs. Jane Loudon’s Gardening for Ladies and the Flower Garden Companion as the Women’s Sphere in America, 1843-1893. 2007.
  • Jules, Rita. Sans Serif Letters in England, 1784-1860. 2006.
  • Kallab, Majda. Evergreens, the Residence of Charles S. Shultz (1839-1924): A Study in Late Nineteenth-Century Patronage, Collecting, and Consumer Behavior. 2002.
  • Kang, Suky. The Art Museum and the City: The Central Role of Public Education in Museum-City Relations. 2013.
  • Kaplan, Anna. Kidrobot and the Designer Art Toy Phenomenon in the United States. 2011.
  • Keenan, Annabel. Swid Powell: A Case Study in Celebrity Product Design with Special Reference to Richard Meier. 2015.
  • Kelly, Tara. The Power of the Word Enshrined: The Historical and Cultural Development of the Book Shrine in Ireland. 2007.
  • Kelly-Bowditch, Laura. Exhibiting the Process of the Past: A Recent History of Museum Conservation on Display. 2014.
  • Killian, Jacquelann Grace. The Artifactual Life of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gould, 1863-1892. 2006.
  • Killmar, Jane. Avant-Garde Feminism: The Fashion Images and Shows of Rei Kawakubo and Comme des Garçons, 1975-1990. 2015.
  • Kim, Sarah. Bouchon Bistro: a Case Study of “French Bistro” Design and Culture in the United States. 2009.
  • Kinney, Hannah. Material of Memory: The Doccia Porcelain Factory’s statue al grandezza naturale (1745–1757). 2014.
  • Kinsel, Rick Alan. The Designs of the House of Coty. 1999.
  • Kis, Csongor Imre. Le Sacerdotesse dell’Atene d’Italia: Royal Female Patronage at the Bourbon Court of Parma in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century. 2006.
  • Klassen, Rebecca. Constructions: U.S. Fiber Artitsts and Pre-Columbian Peruvian Textiles. 2011.
  • Klos, Jennifer. The Fashioned Travel Case: Women’s Luggage in Postwar America, 1946-1960. 2007.
  • Klug, Emily. Allure of the Silent Beauties: Mannequins and Display in France and America, 1890-1970. 2006.
  • Kowalski, Alison. Art in Everyday Life and the Do-It-Yourself Soviet Fashion of Nadezhda Lamanova. 2014.
  • Kretchschmer, Christina. Jean Haure: Entrepreneur du Garde-Meuble. 2007.
  • Krick, Jessa. From Concept to Closet: Pendleton Woolen Mills and the Women’s 49’er Jacket, 1949-1961. 2003.
  • * Kuldna, Kersti. Porcelain and Politics: Case Study of Series “People of Russia” by Imperial Porcelain Manufactory c. 1780-1800. 2001.
  • Labaco, Ronald. Museum Dinnerware (1946): the Confluence of Designer, Manufacture, and Museum. 2001.
  • Labson, Eva. The Idea of Nature in Elizabethan and Stuart Embroideries: 1575-1700. 2008.
  • * Lanier, Jessica. The Post-Revolutionary Ceramics Trade in Salem, Massachusetts, 1783-1812. 2004.
  • Larsen, Christian. Módulo: Media, Modernism, and National Identity in Post-War Brazil. 2010.
  • Larson, Jennifer. Hillbilly Couture: The “Rhinestone Cowboy” Aesthetic of Nudie Cohen 1948-1966. 2004.
  • Laughlin, Erin. Les Dames aux Courses: Fashion at the Horse Races in French Fashion Journals, 1900-1939. 2009.
  • Lee, Craig. Case Studies in Corporate Identity: Architecture, Graphic Design, and Art Museums in Contemporary United States. 2011.
  • Lee, Karen. The Great Mughals and Their Patronage: Sumptuous Courtly Regalia and Jewels of the 17th and 18th Centuries. 2006.
  • Lemire, Jay Allen. Of Antiques and Antelopes: The Material Strategies of Arthur Stannard Vernay. 2013.
  • Leong, Evelyn. A Potter in the Making: the Craft of Dora Lunn. 2007.
  • Leslie, Claudia. The Marquis d’Aux’s Orange Trees: Pedigreed Plants in the Golden Age of American Gardens. 2009.
  • Levy, Jennifer. Hunting for Legitimacy: The Morgan Casket and the Court of Roger II. 2014.
  • * Lichtman, Sarah. House, Home, and Visions of American Domesticity: The 1959 American National Exhibition in Moscow. 2002.
  • Liddle, Kimberly. 97 Orchard Street, New York City: A Case Study for Common Grades of Wallpaper, c. 1890-1930. 1999.
  • Lie, Carolyn. Constructing an American Modernism: Marcel Breuer’s House in the Museum Garden (1949) and the Museum of Modern Art, NY. 2006.
  • Lillie, Julia. The Cult of Dürer in First World War German Printed Propaganda: From War Loan Posters to Simplicissimus. 2014.
  • Linderman, Nicole. An Examination of Emblematic Jewelry in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries in America. 1998.
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  • Penque, Jaclyn. Representations of Hunting and Falconry of the Kitan Empire. 2010.
  • * Perers, Maria. G.A. Berg: Swedish Modernist Designer and Propagandist. 2003.
  • Perkins, Scott. Vignelli Associates and Saint Peter’s Church: An Expression of Worship through Design. 2002.
  • Perry, Rebecca. “Girlies” and “Grannies”: The Influence of Kate Greenaway on Historical Styles of Girls’ Dress in Late Nineteenth-Century Great Britain. 2010.
  • Pessa, Joanna. The Zephyr in Hand: A Social History of Western European Fashion Fans. 1999.
  • Peters, Miranda. Beyond the Painted Wall: Rufus Porter’s Publishing Career, 1820-1848. 2011.
  • Petty, Jason. Heard by the Eye: Old Violins in Victorian Britain. 2002.
  • Pildes, Miranda. Ars Melancholia: An Investigation into the Formal and Occult Virtues of Rudolfine Decorative Arts. 2002.
  • Pickman, Sarah. “Not a Trouser Button Must Be Missing”: Dress, Image, and Cultural Encounter in the Heroic Age of Polar Exploration. 2015.
  • * Pitman, Jennifer. China’s Presence at the Centennial Exhibition. 1999.
  • * Pitman, Sophie. Dolled Up: The Dissemination of Knowledge of National Dress and Foreign Fashions in Renaissance Europe. 2013.
  • Post, Melissa. Sung Stoneware as the Shaper of Modern Swedish Stoneware 1878-1978. 2001.
  • Poutasse, Marianna. Decorating a Hudson River Estate: Robert Bowne Suckley and Joseph Burr Tiffany at Wilderstein. 1995.
  • Preussner, Kristina. The Tears of the Heliades: The William Arnold Buffum Collection of Amber. 2009.
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  • * Pulichene, Nicole. Veiled Hands, Veiled Presence: The Donor Portrait of Otto I in the Presentation Panel of the Magdeburg Ivories. 2013.
  • Purcell, Anne Riker. A National Enthusiasm: Brass-Rubbing in England, c. 1830-1900. 2011.
  • Purtich, Kirstin. The Gentleman and the Bachelor: Fashioning the Male Consumer in 1920s Paris and Berlin. 2015.
  • Pyne, Ann. From Formula to a Distinctive Aesthetic: The Evolution of the Influence of the New York School of Fine and Applied Arts on Eleanor Stockstrom McMillen Brown. 2007.
  • * Quintero, Andrea. Too Close to Home: An Investigation of Staging in Real Estate. 2006.
  • Rabie, Haneen. Palestinian Embroidery After 1948: Counter-Hegemonic -National Narratives and Diasporic Identities. 2009.
  • Rahm, Danielle. Donald MacDonald: Stained Glass Pioneer? 2006.
  • Ramantanin, Constantine Alexander. W.A.S. Benson and Sir Edward Burne-Jones: A Working Friendship. 1999.
  • Ray, Meghan. The Byzantine Agricultural Landscape: the Evidence of the Geoponika. 2008.
  • Reed, Katherine. The Modern Priscilla: Colonial Revival in an American Women’s Magazine, from 1887 through 1930. 2003.
  • Reitmeyer, Ryan. The Expeditions of Roy Chapman Andrews and a Study of Mongolian Dress. 2007.
  • Riebe, Melissa. Sotto i Portici: Life in Seventeenth-Century Bologna Through the Games of Giuseppe Maria Mitelli (1634-1718). 2010.
  • Riegler, Shax. “Singing the Song of the Past”: Mario Praz, Collector and Historian of the Decorative Arts. 2006.
  • Rogers, Heather Wexler. The Impact of Technological and Societal Change on the Development of Ceramics in the Pacific Northwest as seen in the Willamette River Valley of Western Oregon 1850-1938. 2001.
  • Romano, Alexis. Emmanuelle Khanh and the Development of Stylisme in 1960s Paris. 2010.
  • Rosen, Quillan. Consumerism and Style: The Development of the Toilette in Eighteenth-Century France. 2010.
  • Rosenblum, Ariel. Tekhelet: The Biblical Colorant and Its Contemporary Revival. 2015.
  • Rossi, Lindsey. “Something Worth While”: Edward Everett Oakes (1891-1960), Boston Arts and Crafts Jeweler and Silversmith. 2010.
  • Rubinstein, Lily. Facing Death: Death Masks in the Nineteenth-Century United States. 2011.
  • Salisbury, Rachael Dealy. The Weight of Good Measure: A Reassessment of the Balance Weights from the Late Bronze Age Shipwreck at Uluburun and New Thoughts on the Zoomophic Weights. 2011.
  • Sanborn, Kellie. “In Search of that Unpurchasable Luxury-Health”: Sports, Vacations, and the Snowshoe Industry of Norway, Maine. 2010.
  • * Sánchez Gómez, Antonio. Chronicles of the Chuspas: The Life of Two Objects in Three Acts. 2014.
  • Sande-Friedman, Amy. Hero, Horror, and Heartache: Captain James Cook in Word and Image, 1768-1805. 2005.
  • Sands, Emily. Who’s Afraid of Ron Arad? Selling a Rebel, 1972-2009. 2010.
  • Saunders, Julie Elizabeth. The Honourable Peter Charles Larkin, Collector, Philanthropist, and Fifth High Commissioner for Canada in London: A Study on Canadian Collecting in the Decorative Arts. 1999.
  • Scanlan, Jennifer. Mita Di Nervi: A Case Study of Collaboration between Artists and Manufacturers in Twentieth-Century Italy. 2004.
  • Schlesinger, Natasha. An Examination of Bourgeois Interiors and Furniture in Early 19th Century France: The Merlin Family Collection of Furniture and Decorative Objects at Chateau de Villepreux. 1998.
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  • Scully, Emma. A Reinterpretation of the 1941 Indian Arts of the United States Exhibition. 2014.
  • Seaton, Nancy. Modern Landscapes: The Role of Twentieth Century Science in Design. 2008.
  • Seddon, Klara. Tearooms & Teahouses: Expressions of Literati and Merchant Culture in Late Ming China. 2008.
  • Setliff, Eric. “On a Crusade”: Clair Stewart and Graphic Design in Canada. 2001.
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  • Shinnick, Kaitlin. The Jewelry of Josephine Hartwell Shaw. 2008.
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  • Silverberg, Heidi. Portable Worlds: Travel, Tourism and the Contemporary Artist’s Photo Book. 2008.
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  • Tedesco, Beth. William Hamilton, Thomas Hope and the Hamilton Vases in the Hope Colletion. 2005.
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  • Wegner, Emma. The Cleveland Fountain: Courtly Magnificence and Allegory in a Fourteenth-century Metalwork Fountain. 2006.
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  • Zucker, Emily. Fabricating Selves: Women and Cloth Art Dolls. 2007.

* Asterisks indicate winners of the Clive Wainwright Thesis Award and the Mr. & Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz Foundation for the Arts Award. Clive Wainwright was a distinguished furniture and design historian, who spent more than thirty years at the Victoria and Albert Museum. The Wainwright Award was established by the director of the Bard Graduate Center to honor his memory. The Mr. & Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz Foundation for the Arts Award, inaugurated in 2014, honors an outstanding qualifying paper on an American subject.