B.A., Art Studio, Sacramento State University, 2004
M.A., Art History, UT Austin, 2009
Ph.D., Art History, UT Austin, 2016
Tatiana Reinoza is an art historian who specializes in contemporary Latinx art. Her monograph project focuses on the history of Latinx printmaking. In particular, she investigates how artists use the medium of prints to create new cartographies of the Americas. She is also at work on an edited anthology that commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of the East Los Angeles graphic workshop Self Help Graphics, which began with the support of the Sisters of the Order of St. Francis. Her academic writing has appeared in the Archives of American Art Journal, alter/nativas: latin american cultural studies journal, Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies, and edited anthologies such as A Library for the Americas: The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2018).
Reinoza’s teaching surveys the history of Latin American and Latinx art in the modern and contemporary period. Courses include: Borderlands Art & Theory, 20thCentury Latin American Art, and Latinx Art & Activism. Before joining the University of Notre Dame, she taught art history at Dartmouth College, where she held a three-year Society of Fellows postdoctoral fellowship.