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Anagnost, Adrian. Spatial Orders, Social Forms: Art and City Space in Modern Brazil. New Haven, CT: Yale University
Cody, Steven J. Andrea del Sarto: Splendor and Renewal in the Renaissance Altarpiece. Leiden: Brill, 2020.
Fenichel, Emily. Michelangelo’s Art of Devotion in the Age of Reform. Cambridge University Press, 2023.
Landry, Olivia. A Decolonizing Ear: Documentary Film Disrupts the Archive. Toronto: University of Toronto Press,
Landry, Olivia. Theatre of Anger: Radical Transnational Performance in Contemporary Berlin. Toronto: University of
Toronto Press, 2021.
Butler Wingfield, Kim, and Tracy Cosgriff, eds. Revisiting Raphael's Vatican Stanze. Turnhout: Harvey Miller, 2021.
Hoenig, Christina. "Apuleius' Platonism." Oxford Bibliographies. Updated November 26, 2019. https://doi.org
Hoenig, Christina. "Medicine in Apuleius of Madauros." In La Trasmissione del Sapere Medico: Linguaggi e idee dai
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Hoenig, Christina. "Translation." In The Oxford Handbook of Roman Philosophy, edited by Myrto Garani, David
Konstan, and Gretchen Reydams-Schils. Oxford: University of Oxford Press, 2023.
Hoenig, Christina. Review of Taurus of Beirut. The Other Side of Middle Platonism. Issues in Ancient Philosophy, by
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Hoenig, Christina. "Calcidius' Philosophical Method." Ancient Philosophy 41, no. 1 (2021): 185–206. https://doi.org
Jackson, Dorian Lee. “Narco-trafficking and Camba Identity in Homero Carvalho Oliva’s La conspiración de los
viejos.” Bolivian Studies Journal/Revista de Estudios Bolivianos 28 (2022): 185–206. https://doi.org/10.5195/bsj.2022.213.
Lu, Zhipeng, and Homa Pesarakli. "Seeing Is Believing: Using Eye-Tracking Devices in Environmental Research."
HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal 16, no. 1 (2022): 15–52. https://doi.org/10.1177/19375867221130806.
Lukacs, Gabriella. "The Gender of the Meme: Women and Protest Media in Populist Hungary." Feminist Media
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Qiu, Lingyi, and Xuemei Zhu. "Housing and Community Environments vs. Independent Mobility: Correlates for
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Zhu, Xuemei, Hanwool Lee, Huiyan Sang, James Muller, Haoyue Yang, Chanam Lee, and Marcia Ory. “Nursing Home
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Dissertations and Theses
Berkowitz, Sara. "Ambiguous Bodies: Gender Non-Conformity and Bodily Transformation in Early Modern Italian Art."
PhD diss., University of Maryland at College Park, 2020.
Eure, Eve. "The Grammar of Kinship: Black and Native Intimacies in the 19th Century." PhD diss., University of
Gulledge, Elizabeth. "Understanding the Publishing Field: the Contributions of Bourdieu." PhD diss., University of St.
Halder, Guido F. "A Frame-Semantic Approach to Selectional Restrictions in German Support Verb Constructions: the
Case of [in X geraten]." PhD diss., University of Texas at Austin, 2012.
Lynch, Terry. "Battle Tested: The Stories of African American Male Alumni at a State Residential Math and Science
School: A Narrative Inquiry." PhD diss., North Carolina State University, 2019.
Taymuree, Zainab. "The Missing Designers: A History of Activists Designing for Racial Justice." MA thesis,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020.
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