Event—Center for Renaissance Studies

Disrupting Art History: Critical Indigenous Perspectives in Colonial California and Mexico

—A Race in Dialogue Conversation

A conversation about bringing critical Indigenous studies, premodern critical race studies, and colonial studies to art history.

Unknown Chumash weaver, basket hat, late eighteenth century. Sedge root, bulrush root. H 2.76 x D 40 cm. Copyright Trustees of the British Museum.


In this virtual conversation, Dominique Polanco interviews Yve Chavez about her work in critical Indigenous studies, premodern critical race studies, and colonial studies, and her experiences in the field of art history.

Dr. Yve Chavez

Dr. Dominique Polanco

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