Concise, critical reviews of books, exhibitions, and projects in all areas and periods of art history and visual studies

Latin American/Caribbean Art
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2002

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Aldana, Erin, “Urban Interventions to Xerox Art: 3Nos3 and the City of São Paulo, 1978–1982” (UT Austin, A. Reynolds)

De Souza, Carlos, “And Love Will Live Forever: The Narrative Structure of the Fotonovela” (UC Santa Barbara, U. Keller)

Flores, Tatiana, “Estridentismo and !30-30!, The First Mexican Avant-Gardes” (Columbia, K. Moxey)

James, Erica, “What Good Are Roots If You Can't Take Them with You? Caribbean Art in the Global Imaginary” (Duke, R. Powell)

Juncker, Kris, “Honey at the Crossroads: Women and the Arts of African-Cuban Santería, 1930–1980” (Columbia, N. Kampen, Z. Strother)

Leimer, Ann Marie, “The Performance of the Sacred: The Concept of Journey in Codex Delilah” (UT Austin, A. Malagamba)

Lepage, Andrea, “Arts of the Franciscan Colegio de San Andrés in Colonial Quito: A Process of Cultural (Re)formation” (Brown, C. W. Zerner)

Malagon, Maria, “The Presence of ‘the Uncanny’ in the Works of Beatriz Gonzalez, Oscar Muñoz, and Doris Salcedo” (UT Austin, J. Barnitz)

Stanfield-Mazzi, Maya, “Statue and Substitute: The Replication of Miraculous Statues in Colonial Peru” (UCLA, C. Klein)

Williams, Lyneise, “Sacudiendo de los Espiritus Adormecidos/Rousing the Sleeping Spirits: The Art of Pedro Figari (1861–1938)” (Yale, R. Thompson)