University of Minnesota
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Adair Rounthwaite, Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellow, 2010-11

Adair Rounthwaite (Department of Art History, CLA)

Project: “Vulnerable Spaces: Martha Rosler and Group Material at DIA Arts 1988-89”

Mentor: Margaret Werry (Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, CLA)

Rounthwaite passed her preliminary written and oral exams in the first semester of her fellowship and had completed her first dissertation chapter draft by the end of the second. She also completed two articles and an essay, all of which are forthcoming in 2011 or 2012: “‘Cultural Participation‘ by Group Material: Between the Ontology and the History of the Participatory Art Event,” in Performance Research; “From This Body To Yours: Porn, Affect, and Performance Art Documentation,” in Camera Obscura; and an entry on artist Martha Rosler in Fifty Key Writers on Photography (ed. Mark Durden, Routledge, 2012). She also participated in a College Art Association panel entitled “Interdependent Identities: Paradigm and Paradox in Contemporary Israeli and Palestinian Art.”

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