Art 111 :: Latin American and Latino/a Art
Reading files to download:
- Barbara E. Mundy and Dana Leibsohn, History from Things: Indigenous Objects and Colonial Latin America
- Gerardo Mosquera, "Africa in the Art of Latin America"
- Mary Miller & Simon Martin, "Palenque: An Exemplary Maya Court"
- André Breton, "Frida Kahlo de Rivera"
- Jack Forbes, "The Use of Racial and Ethnic Terms in America"
- Frances Berdan, The Essential Codex Mendoza: "Introduction," and "The Founding of Tenochtitlan"
- Jeanette Peterson, "The Virgin of Guadalupe: Symbol of Conquest or Liberation?"
- Carolyn Dean, The Inka Married the Earth: Integrated Outcrops and the Making of Place
- Rebecca Block, "Fashioning National Identity: Frida Kahlo in Gringolandia"
- Tere Roma, "Points of Convergence" (Chicano posters in CA)
- Natalia Majluf, "Ce n'est pas le Perou"
- José Vasconcelos, The Cosmic Race
- Stacie G. Widdifield, "Dispossession, Assimilation, and the Image of the Indian in Late-Nineteenth-Century Mexican Painting"
- Guy Brett, "Lygia Clark: In Search of the Body"(PDF)
- Roberta Smith: Rafael Ferrer at Museo del Barrio, NYC, June 2010, review
- Eyeing the Other: The Indigenous Response (PDF) placehold
- Word and Image in the Maya Court (PDF)
- Moche Portraits: Masterpieces from Ancient Peru (PDF)
- Urs Bitterli, Cultural Collision: The Spaniards on Hispaniola
- Jose Marti, Our America, 1891 (RTF)
- Ella Shohat and Robert Stam, Unthinking Eurocentrism (RTF)
- Bartholome de las Casas, Brief Account of the Devastation of the Indies (1542)
- Christopher Columbus, Journal (1492)
- Hernan Cortés: from Second Letter to Charles V, 1520
- Clifford Krauss, A Historic Figure Is Still Hated by Many in Mexico
- Miguel LeonPortilla, ed., Aztec Account of the Conquest of Mexico
- Henry Stevens, The New Laws of the Indies, 1542
- Royal Instructions for the Viceroy Mendoza
- Hubert Howe Bancroft, Burial of an Archbishop-Viceroy in Mexico City, 1612
- The History of Mexican Independence
- Santa Anna and the war over Tejas
- Information about the Spanish-American War 1898
- The Mexican Revolution of 1910
- Oswald de Andrade, Cannibalist Manifesto 1928
- Oswald de Andrade, Cannibalist Manifesto, translator's introduction
- Shifra Goldman, Ana Mendieta Return to Natal Earth
- Alicia Gaspar de Alba, There's No Place Like Aztlán:
Embodied Aesthetics in Chicana Art
- Robert Storr, Gego's Galaxies: Setting Free the Line
- David Craven & Susanne Baackmann, "Surrealism and Post-Colonial Latin America"