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* [http://ucbarthistory.webvanta.com/pdfs/faculty%20publications/Bryan-Wilson/jbwoccupationalrealism.pdf "Occupational Realism"], ''TDR: The Drama Review'', Winter 2012, pp 32-48; repr. in ''It's the Political Economy, Stupid!'', eds. Gregory Sholette and Oliver Ressler, Pluto Press, 2013; repr. in ''Living Labor'', eds. Milena Hoegsberg and Cora Fischer, Sternberg Press, 2013.  
 
* [http://ucbarthistory.webvanta.com/pdfs/faculty%20publications/Bryan-Wilson/jbwoccupationalrealism.pdf "Occupational Realism"], ''TDR: The Drama Review'', Winter 2012, pp 32-48; repr. in ''It's the Political Economy, Stupid!'', eds. Gregory Sholette and Oliver Ressler, Pluto Press, 2013; repr. in ''Living Labor'', eds. Milena Hoegsberg and Cora Fischer, Sternberg Press, 2013.  
 
* [http://ucbarthistory.webvanta.com/pdfs/faculty%20publications/Bryan-Wilson/(46)%20jbw%20still%20relevant%20lucy%20lippard.PDF "Still Relevant: Lucy Lippard, Feminist Activism, and Art Institutions"], in ''Materializing Six Years: Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art'', eds. Catherine Morris and Vincent Bonin, MIT Press, and New York: Brooklyn Museum of Art, 2012, pp 70-92.
 
* [http://ucbarthistory.webvanta.com/pdfs/faculty%20publications/Bryan-Wilson/(46)%20jbw%20still%20relevant%20lucy%20lippard.PDF "Still Relevant: Lucy Lippard, Feminist Activism, and Art Institutions"], in ''Materializing Six Years: Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art'', eds. Catherine Morris and Vincent Bonin, MIT Press, and New York: Brooklyn Museum of Art, 2012, pp 70-92.
* [http://ucbarthistory.webvanta.com/pdfs/faculty%20publications/Bryan-Wilson/jbw%20Mendieta.pdf "Against the Body: Interpreting Ana Mendieta"], in ''Ana Mendieta: Traces'', ed. Stephanie Rosenthal, London: Hayward Gallery of Art, 2013, pp 26-38.
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* [https://arthistory.berkeley.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/jbw-Mendieta.pdf "Against the Body: Interpreting Ana Mendieta"], in ''Ana Mendieta: Traces'', ed. Stephanie Rosenthal, London: Hayward Gallery of Art, 2013, pp 26-38.
 
* [http://ucbarthistory.webvanta.com/pdfs/faculty%20publications/Bryan-Wilson/(09)%20jbw%20knit%20dissent%20(1).pdf "Knit Dissent"], in ''Contemporary Art: 1989 to the Present'', eds. Suzanne Hudson and Alexander Dumbadze, London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013, pp 245-253; repr. in ''Craft Becomes Modern: The Bauhaus in the Making'', 2017.
 
* [http://ucbarthistory.webvanta.com/pdfs/faculty%20publications/Bryan-Wilson/(09)%20jbw%20knit%20dissent%20(1).pdf "Knit Dissent"], in ''Contemporary Art: 1989 to the Present'', eds. Suzanne Hudson and Alexander Dumbadze, London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013, pp 245-253; repr. in ''Craft Becomes Modern: The Bauhaus in the Making'', 2017.
 
* [https://arts.berkeley.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Bryan-Wilson_elevenpropositions.pdf "Eleven Propositions in Response to the Question: “What Is Contemporary about Craft?”"], ''The Journal of Modern Craft'' 6:1, Mar 2013, pp 7-10.
 
* [https://arts.berkeley.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Bryan-Wilson_elevenpropositions.pdf "Eleven Propositions in Response to the Question: “What Is Contemporary about Craft?”"], ''The Journal of Modern Craft'' 6:1, Mar 2013, pp 7-10.

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Julia Bryan-Wilson (1973) is Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at the University of California, Berkeley, focusing on art since 1960 in the US, Europe, and Latin America. She is also the Director of the UC Berkeley Arts Research Center. Her research interests include theories of artistic labor, feminist and queer theory, performance, production/fabrication, craft histories, photography, video, visual culture of the nuclear age, and collaborative practices.

Bryan-Wilson received her B.A. in English literature from Swarthmore College in 1995, M.A. in art history from the University of California in 1999, and Ph.D. in art history from the University of California, Berkeley in 2004. Prior to teaching at Berkeley, Bryan-Wilson has taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, California College of the Arts, the University of California, Irvine and The Courtland Institute of Art, London.

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