Alicia Guzmán

Guzmán, Alicia Inez


Research Interests
  • New Mexico, the Southwest, American, Latin American and Hemispheric modernism
  • land art
  • landscape studies
  • critical and cultural geography
  • spatial theory
  • border studies
Dissertation Project

“Connected in Isolation: Land and Landscape in New Mexico, 1900-2000”

Publications and Presentations
  • Guest Editor with Alexander Brier Marr, InVisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture, Issue 18, “Making Sense of Visual Culture”
  • “Miguel Covarrubias’ World: Remaking Global Space at the 1939 San Francisco World’s Fair,” in Miguel Covarrubias: A Modernist with his Own Kind of Line, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Exhibition Catalogue, forthcoming 2014
  • “La Orquesta Sinfónica Infantil de la Universidad Autonoma de Juarez,” InVisible Culture, An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture, blog post, June 2013
  • “The Dissolve: SITE Santa Fe’s Eighth International Biennial,” Exhibition Review, Modern Painter, October 2010
  • “A Willful Landscape: Penitentes and Modern Pilgrims in 1920s Taos,” Southwest Art History Conference XXV, Taos, New Mexico, October 2013
Fellowships, Grants and Awards
  • Provost Fellow, University of Rochester
  • Henry Luce Foundation Award, Dept. of Art and Art History, University of Rochester
  • Celeste Hughes Bishop Award for Distinction in Graduate Studies, University of Rochester
  • Richard E. Greenleaf Visiting Library Fellow, Latin American Iberian Institute, University of New Mexico
  • Susan B. Anthony Institute for Women and Gender Studies Research Grant, University of Rochester
  • Arttable Summer Mentored Internship for Diversity in the Visual Arts, San Jose Museum of Art
  • Ronald E. McNair Scholar, University of New Mexico