Below is a list of select scholarly articles and essays. You can download them as PDFs by clicking on the title.

“Reimagining Lost Visual Archives of Black and Indigenous Resistance,” Selva: A Journal of the History of Art 3 (2021).

Imagining Insurgency in Late Colonial Peru” in Visual Culture and Indigenous Agency in the Early Americas, ed. Alessia Frassani (Leiden: Brill, 2021), 188-210.

“A Call to Action” (co-authored with Elena FitzPatrick Sifford), Art Journal 78, no. 4 (2019): 118-122.

“Painting Prophecy: Mapping a Polyphonic Chicana Codex Tradition in the Twenty-First Century” (co-authored with Ella Maria Diaz). English Language Notes 57, no. 2 (2019): 22-42.

“Addressing Diversity and Inclusion in Latin American and Latinx Art History” (co-authored 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

Forging a Popular Art History: Indigenismo and the Art of Colonial PeruRES: 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 ChurchesThe Americas, no. 1 (2015): 103-140.

Las pinturas murales de la Iglesia de San Pablo de Cacha, Canchis, PerúAllpanchis XI.II, no. 77-78 (2014): 11-48.

Painting Andean Liminalities at the Church of AndahuaylillasColonial 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).