Associate Professor of Art History, Cristina Cruz González, presented the paper "Sacred Signs in the Colonial Archive: Trace, Image, and the Production of the Holy" on July 18, 2019 in Lima, Peru.
The talk was part of the first international symposium on viceregal art. Art historians from Latin America, Europe, Japan, and the United States debated, explored, and evaluated the state of visual and material culture produced in colonial Latin America. The symposium was supported by the Thoma Foundation. Marilynn and Carl Thoma, both Oklahoma State University graduates, were in attendance.
To view the complete program (in Spanish), please click here.