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Via released works and within the school room, Irene wintry weather served as a mentor for the newest new release of students of Mesopotamian visible tradition. The contributions to this quantity in her honor characterize a go part of the kingdom of scholarship this present day.

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In Concepts of Space, Ancient and Modern, edited by Kapila Vatsyayan, 57-73. New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Abhinav. 1991. Review of The Monument: Art, Vulgarity and Responsibility in Iraq, by Samir al-Khalil [Kanan Makiya]. Art in America (September): 47-51. 1992. Change in the American Art Museum: The (An) Art Historian’s Voice. In Different Voices: A Social, Cultural, and Historical Framework for Change in the American Art Museum, edited by M. Tucker, 30-57. New York: Association of American Art Museum Directors.

Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 47. Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. 1990. Review of Phoenician Bronze and Silver Bowls, by Glenn Markoe. Gnomon 62: 236-241. 1991. Reading Concepts of Space from Ancient Mesopotamian Monuments. In Concepts of Space, Ancient and Modern, edited by Kapila Vatsyayan, 57-73. New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Abhinav. 1991. Review of The Monument: Art, Vulgarity and Responsibility in Iraq, by Samir al-Khalil [Kanan Makiya].

1991. Review of The Monument: Art, Vulgarity and Responsibility in Iraq, by Samir al-Khalil [Kanan Makiya]. Art in America (September): 47-51. 1992. Change in the American Art Museum: The (An) Art Historian’s Voice. In Different Voices: A Social, Cultural, and Historical Framework for Change in the American Art Museum, edited by M. Tucker, 30-57. New York: Association of American Art Museum Directors. 1992. “Idols of the King”: Royal Images as Recipients of Ritual Action in Ancient Mesopotamia.

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