“Engaging Latino Audiences: Visitor Studies in Practice at the Denver Art Museum,” a chapter I co-authored with Madalena Salazar is included in this edited volume of chapters by academics, museum professionals, and consultants.
- Artmuseumteaching.com featured this book in a range of blog posts and a recorded video discussion, in which I participated.
Museums, co-authored with Frederick Luis Aldama, is an entry for Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies, which offers an overview of key sources in Latina/o museum studies.
From Nelson Mandela: A Gender Coded Semiotic Reading of a South African Tourist Necklace, is a feminist self-reflexive narrative that traces the production and circulation of a South African tourist necklace, which Nelson Mandela gave to my grandmother to give to me. The article was published in 2015 in Visual Culture & Gender and highlights women’s labor in a global economy.
Selected Other Publications
(Spring 2014). Latinos and Museums: Representation at the Smithsonian. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU?, 21 (2), 5.