Below is a list of select scholarly articles and essays. You can download them as PDFs by clicking on the title.
“Addressing Diversity and Inclusion in Latin American and Latinx Art History” (with Elena FitzPatrick Sifford), a co-edited “Dialogues” (including a co-authored introduction and essays by Beatriz Balanta, Kency Cornejo, Arlene Dávila, Emmanuel Ortega, Rose Salseda, and Lawrence Waldron), Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture 1, no. 3 (2019): 60-100. Additional essays can be found at https://lalvc.ucpress.edu/content/1/3
Forging a Popular Art History: Indigenismo and the Art of Colonial Peru. RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics, 2017.
Decolonizing the Global Renaissance: A View from the Andes, in The Globalization of Renaissance Art: A Critical Review, edited by Daniel Savoy. Leiden: Brill, 2017. ** Received Association for Latin American Art (ALAA) Award for Best Article or Essay Published in Latin American Art History in 2017-2018.**
Making Race Visible in the Colonial Andes, in Envisioning Others: Race, Color, and the Visual in Iberia and Latin America. ed. Pamela Patton, 187-212. Leiden: Brill, 2015.
From the Jordan River to Lake Titicaca: Images of the Baptism of Christ in Colonial Andean Churches. The Americas, no. 1 (2015): 103-140.
Las pinturas murales de la Iglesia de San Pablo de Cacha, Canchis, Perú. Allpanchis XI.II, no. 77-78 (2014): 11-48.
Painting Andean Liminalities at the Church of Andahuaylillas. Colonial Latin American Review 22, no. 3 (2013): 369-399 **Awarded Honorable Mention for the Franklin Pease G.Y. Memorial Prize for the best article to appear in Colonial Latin American Review in the past two years (2013-14).**
Pintando liminalidades andinas en la iglesia de Andahuaylillas, Cuzco, Perú. (traducción al español).