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Colonial and Modern Latin America
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2020

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Deij Prado, Macarena, "Public Performance and Display in Spanish America 1570–1630" (University of Florida, M. Stanfield-Mazzi)

Flattley, Megan, "Out of the Fragments, New Worlds: Perspective and Spatiality in the Work of Diego Rivera, 1913–1933" (Tulane University, A. Anagnost)

Gillaspie, Caroline, "Delicious Libations: Slavery and Environment in the Visual Culture of the Brazil-U.S. Coffee Trade" (CUNY, K. Manthorne)

Meyer, Anthony, "The Givers of Things: Nahua Religious Leaders and the Art of Making Gifts in the Mexica and Early Modern Worlds" (UCLA, S. Nair)

Ramos, Horacio, "Performances of Race: The Making of an Experimental Arte Popular in Peru, 1979–1990" (CUNY, A. Indych-López)

Rivas, Carlos, "Decolonizing Aeriality in the Descripción Geográfico-Moral de la Diócesis de Goathemala, 1768–1770" (UCLA, C. Villaseñor Black)

Saylor, Miranda, "Sor María de Ágreda and Sacred Art in Eighteenth-Century Mexico" (UCLA, C. Villaseñor Black)

Turner, Madeline, "Women Artists in Mexico, 1975–1990" (IFA/NYU, E. Sullivan)

Varela, María Paula, "Goddesses and Monsters: Maria Martins' Paradoxical Modernism" (University of Florida, K. M. Cabañas)