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

Latin American/Caribbean Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2008

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Aldana, Erin Denise, “Urban Interventions: 3Nós3 and the City of Sao Paulo, 1979–1982” (UT Austin, J. Barnitz, A. Reynolds)

Branley, Brendan, "Visual Rhetoric in Transcultural Communication in Sixteenth-Century New Spain: The Engravings of Fray Diego Valadés" (University of New Mexico, R. Hernandez-Dúran)

Brice, Leslie, "Nou La, We Here: Remembrance and Power in the Arts of Haitian Vodoo" (Maryland, College Park, S. Promey)

Fidelis, Gaudêncio, “The Reception and Legibility of Brazilian Contemporary Art in the United States (1995–2005)” (SUNY Binghamton, A. D’Souza)

James, Erica, “Re-Worlding a World: Caribbean Art in the Global Imaginary” (Duke, R. Powell)

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

Niell, Paul, "'Bajo su sombra': The Narration and Reception of Colonial Urban Space In Early Nineteenth-Century Havana, Cuba" (University of New Mexico, R. Hernandez-Dúran)

O'Rourke, Kathryn, "'The Hour of Mexico': State Sponsored Modern Architecture
in Mexico City, 1926–1934" (Pennsylvania, D. Brownlee)

Shtromberg, Elena, “Conceptual Encounters: Art and Information in Brazil (1968–1978)” (UCLA, C. Villaseñor Black)

Tarver, Gina Maria McDaniel, "Isolated Iconoclasts and Ambitious Institutions: Early Colombian Conceptualism and Its Antecedents, 1962–1975" (UT Austin, J. Barnitz)