|Alcune recenti tesi di dottorato americane (ottobre 2002)|
Thomas Edward Beck, A Critical Edition of Bartolomeo Taegio's "La Villa", Ph. D. 2001, University of Pennsylvania, Diss. n. 96446.
Giancarlo G. Fiorenza, Studies in Dosso Dossi's Pictorial Language: Painting and Humanist Culture in Ferrara under Duke Alfonso I d'Este, Ph. D. 2001, The Johns Hopkins University, Diss. n. 96460.
Lisa Dean Keifer, The Iconography of the Visitation in Italian renaissance Art, Ph. D. 2001, Case Western Reserve University, Diss. n. 96466.
Elizabeth Jane Darrow, Pietro Edwards and the Restoration of the Public Pictures of Venice, 1778-1819: Necessity Introduced these Arts, Ph. D. 2000, University of Washington, Diss. n. 96331.
April Oettinger, The "Hypnerotomachia Poliphili": Image and Text in a Renaissance Romance, Ph. D. 2000, University of Virginia, Diss. n. 96351.
Margaret Ann Zaho, Imago Triumphalis: The Function and Significance of Triumphal Imagery for Italian Renaissance Rulers, Ph. D. 2000, University of Washington, Diss. n. 96369.
Bronwen Moira Siobhan Wilson, "The Eye of Italy": The Image of Venice and Venetians in Sixteenth-century Prints, Ph. D. 1999, Northwestern University, Diss. n. 96403.