David Craven, Distinguished Professor of Art History, University of New Mexico
Art in the New Nicaragua, Co-authored with John Ryder (Ithaca, NY: New York Council for the Humanities, 1983).
The New Concept of Art & Popular Culture in Nicaragua Since the Revolution in 1979 (Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1989).
Mythmaking in the McCarthy Period (Liverpool & London: The Tate Gallery, 1992).
Poetics and Politics in the Art of Rudolf Baranik (Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press, 1996).
Diego Rivera as Epic Modernist (Boston: G.K. Hall Press, 1997).
Abstract Expressionism as Cultural Critique: Dissent During the McCarthy Period (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999).
Art and Revolution in Latin America, 1910-1990 (London & New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002, 1st ed. and 2006, 2nd paperback ed.).
Mexican Modern: Masters of the 20th Century, Co-authored with Luis Martin Lozano (Santa Fe: Museum of Fine Arts, 2006). Foreword by Bill Richardson.
Prof. David Craven Bibliographie,1977-2007 (Berlin: Humboldt University, 2007).
Brian Winkenweder, Associate Professor of Art History, Linfield College
Reading Wittgenstein: Robert Morris's Art as Philosophy (Saarbrucken: Verlag Dr. Muller, 2008).
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