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 Aztlán, alter/nativas, Diálogo, and Hemispheres. She is currently at work on a manuscript about the history of Latinx printmaking.
“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.