Dissertation Award Recipients
Allison Caplan, “Their Flickering Creations: Value, Appearance, Animacy, and Surface in Nahua Precious Art” (2019, Tulane, diss. Chair Elizabeth H. Boone).
Mya Dosch, “Creating 1968: Art, Architecture, and the Afterlives of the Mexican Student Movement,” Graduate Center CUNY (adviser: Anna Indych-López)
Sean Nesselrode Moncada, “The Harvest of Modernity, Art, Oil, and Industry in the Venezuelan Twentieth Century,” NYU (adviser: Edward Sullivan)
Sara Ryu, “Calendar, Column, Crucifix: Material Reuse in the Early Modern Transatlantic World” (Yale University).
Derek Burdette. “Miraculous Crucifixes and Colonial Mexican Society.”
Jennifer Josten. “Mathias Goeritz and International Modernism in Mexico, 1949-1962.”
Estrellita Brodsky. “Latin American Artists in Postwar Paris: Jesus Rafael and Julio Le Parc.”
Lynda Klich. “Revolution and Utopia: Estridentismo and the Visual Arts, 1921-27.”
Daniela Bleichmar. “Visual Culture in Eighteenth-Century Natural History: Botanical Illustrations and Expeditions in the Spanish Americas.”
Anna Indych-López. “Mexican Muralism Without Walls: The Critical Reception of Portable Work by Orozco, Rivera, and Siqueiros in the United States, 1927-1940.”