Tatiana Reinoza

Lecturer and Research Associate

Postdoctoral Fellow, Society of Fellows

Tatiana Reinoza is an art historian whose research and writing focus on contemporary Latinx art. She received a Ph.D. in art history from the University of Texas at Austin in 2016. Currently, she is a Society of Fellows postdoctoral research associate and lecturer at Dartmouth College. Her writing appears in Aztlánalter/nativasDiálogo, and Hemispheres. She is currently at work on a manuscript about the history of Latinx printmaking.

603-646-9204
307 Carpenter Hall, Department of Art History
HB 6033
Department(s): 
Art History
Education: 
Ph. D. in Art History, The University of Texas, Austin, 2016
M.A. in Art History, The University of Texas, Austin, 2009
B.A. in Art Studio, California State University, Sacramento, 2004

Selected Publications

“The Island within the Island: Remapping Dominican York,” Archives of American Art Journal 57:2 (accepted, expected publication fall 2018) 

“Printed Proof: The Cultural Politics of Ricardo and Harriett Romo’s Print Collection,” A Library for the Americas: The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, edited by Julianne Gilland and José Montelongo (Austin: University of Texas Press, forthcoming Spring 2018)

“Immigrant Invisibility and the Post-9/11 Border in Sandra Fernandez’s Coming of Age,” alter/nativas latin american cultural studies journal 7 (fall 2017) ISSN 2168-8451 

No es un crimen: Posters, Political Prisoners, and the Mission Counterpublics,” Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies 42.1 (Spring 2017): 239-256.