Ph.D. Program in Art History
Graduate Center, CUNY 365 Fifth Ave
NY, NY 10016
I am interested especially in contact of artists and art works across the Americans, 1800-1940. I offer courses on art of the US, Latin America, and their interactions in this period. This includes Latin American photohistories.
"Dynamic Exchanges: Latin American Students & US Teachers," Nexus: New York 1900-1945.
Encounters in the Modern Metropolis (NY: El Museo del Barrio, 2009)
"Mexican Modern: Masters of the 20th Century: Book Review," New Mexico Historical Review 83 (Fall 2008): 552-3.
Shapes in Time. Latin American Art and Culture 1820-2000. Survey book to be published by Prentice Hall, under contract, to appear 2010.
El Baron de Courcy. Ilustraciones de un Viaje, 1831-1833. Co-author Pablo Diener. Mexico City: Artes de Mexico, 1998.
"'Brothers Under the Skin:' Blanes's Gauchos and the Delineation of Frontier Types of the American West," in The Art of Juan Manuel Blanes. Buenos Aires: Fundación Bunge y Born with the Americas Society, 1994.
Tropical Renaissance. North American Artists Exploring Latin America, 1839-1879. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1989.
Creation & Renewal. Views of Cotopaxi by Frederic Edwin Church. Washington, D.C.: National Museum of American Art, 1985 (also published in Spanish edition).