Tatiana Reinoza

Lecturer and Research Associate

Postdoctoral Fellow, Society of Fellows

Tatiana Reinoza's scholarship focuses on the history of printmaking in Latinx communities. Her current book project examines how contemporary artists counter printmaking's complicity in the colonial project of America, as well as the pernicious mythology of the "New American" that renders some as conditionally belonging or unassimilable. Her work has appeared in Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies; Diálogo; Hemispheres: Visual Cultures of the Americas, and her curatorial projects have been featured at various venues including the Benson Latin American Collection and the Snite Museum of Art.

307 Carpenter Hall, Department of Art History
HB 6033
Art History
B.A. California State University
M.A. University of Texas, Austin
Ph. D. University of Texas, Austin

Selected Publications

No es un Crimen: Posters, Political Prisoners, and the Mission CounterpublicsAztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies 42, 1 (Spring 2017): 239-256.

Co-editor, Dossier: The People of Paper/La Gente de Papel: Rethinking Aztlán's Printed MattersAztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies 42, 1 (Spring 2017): 129-274.

Retorno: Salvadoran Repatriation and the Landscapes of Memory. Interview with Mark MenjivarDiálogo: An Interdisciplinary Studies Journal 20, 1 (Spring 2017): 181-186.

The Other Side of Fear: Alma Leiva’s Prison Cells, in Counter-Archives to the Narco-City, exhibition catalogue (Notre Dame: Snite Museum, 2015), 55-72.