Dissertations

18th / 19th Centuries

Carlos Rivas

Decolonizing Aeriality in the Descripción Geográfico-Moral de la Diócesis de Goathemala, 1768–1770

Adviser: Charlene Villaseñor Black
  • In progress
  • UCLA

Agnieszka Ficek

From Allegory to Revolution: The Inca Empire in the Eighteenth-Century French Imagination

Adviser: Judy Sund
  • In progress
  • City University of New York

18th / 19th Centuries

#Ancient Americas

Emily Thames

Enlightenment, Reform, and Identity in Late Eighteenth-Century Puerto Rico: The Art of José Campeche (1751-1809)

Adviser: Paul Niell
  • In progress
  • Florida State University

18th / 19th Centuries

#Colonial and Viceregal

Suzanne McLeod

Not So Different: Sensory & Cross Cultural Recognitions between Eighteenth Century Northwest Coast Peoples and Spanish Colonial Expeditions

Adviser: Joyce Szabo
  • In progress
  • University of New Mexico

Hugo Plazas

The Image of Racialized Groups in Nineteenth-Century Colombian Costumbrista Painting

Adviser: M. Elizabeth Boone
  • In progress
  • University of Alberta

18th / 19th Centuries

#Race Studies#Painting#South American#Ideology and Politics

Louisa M. Raitt

The Frontiers of Femininity: Self-Fashioning in Female Portraiture in Viceregal New Spain, 1665-1821

Adviser: Edward Sullivan
  • In progress
  • New York University, Institute of Fine Arts

Early Modern 18th / 19th Centuries

#Race Studies#Gender Studies#Colonial and Viceregal#Portraiture

Bernard Cesarone

A Mother of Light in the Age of Enlightenment: Heterodoxy, Interiority, and Epistemology in Eighteenth-Century New Spain

Adviser: Oscar Vazquez
  • 2018
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

18th / 19th Centuries

#Colonial and Viceregal

Lauren Kaplan

Crossing the Atlantic: Italians in Argentina, 1880-1930

Adviser: Megan Holmes
  • 2019
  • City University of New York

Leslie E. Todd

Reconciling Colonial Contradictions: The Multiple Roles of Sculpture in Eighteenth-Century Quito

Adviser: Maya Stanfield-Mazzi
  • 2019
  • University of Florida

18th / 19th Centuries

#Colonial and Viceregal

Francisco Chapparo

Victimhood in Goya. Rhetorics and Anti-Rhetorics on the Threshold of Photography

Advisers: Edward Sullivan and Jonathan Brown
  • 2019
  • New York University, Institute of Fine Arts