Latin American Art Series: Toward an Expansive Vision of Colonial Latin American Visual Culture

Ananda Cohen-Aponte will speak about her research regarding the visual and matieral culture of pre-Hispanic and colonial Latin America and the Andes, cross-cultural exchange, and coloniality.

Details

The talk will run from 6 to 7 p.m., including time for Q&A. Afterwards, there will be a reception with light refreshments in the museum’s galleries. Please register using the form below to ensure we have enough refreshments available.

The Latin American Art Series is supported by The Arts & Lectures Committee of Ursinus College.

Ananda Cohen-Aponte headshotAbout the Speaker

Ananda Cohen-Aponte is an Associate Professor of History of Art at Cornell University who specializes in the visual culture of pre-Hispanic and colonial Latin America. Her research centers on issues of racial formation, cross-cultural exchange, historicity, and coloniality in the visual and material culture of the Andes. Her research also attends to legacies of colonialism in contemporary Latinx art.

 

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Location

Berman Classroom