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

Central America and Caribbean
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2015

Guerrero, Marcela C., “Creole Semiotics: Contemporary Caribbean Art and Creolization” (Wisconsin, Madison, J. Casid)

Larach, Gustavo, “Discourses of Dissent in Contemporary Honduran Art” (New Mexico, K. Cornejo)

Maroja, Camila, “Framing Latin American Art: Artists, Critics, Institutions, and the Configuration of a Regional Identity” (Duke, K. Stiles; E. Gabara)

Rivera, Alfredo, “Revolutionizing Modernities: Visualizing Utopia in 1960s Havana, Cuba” (Duke, R. Powell; E. Gabara)

Ryu, Sara, “Calendar, Column, Crucifix: Material Reuse in the Early Modern Transatlantic World” (Yale, M. Miller)

Solomons, Delia, “Installing Latin American Art for Cold War Culture: US Exhibitions (1959–1967)” (IFA/NYU, E. Sullivan)

Steinbach, Penny, “Sacrificing the Jaguar Baby: Understanding a Classic Maya Myth on Codex-style Pottery” (UT Austin, J. Guernsey; D. Stuart)

Vicario, Niko, “Import/Export: Raw Materials, Hemisperic Expertise, and the Making of Latin American Art, 1933–1945” (MIT, C. Jones)