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Aubrey Hobart

Professor of Indigenous North and South American Art, Savannah College of Art and Design
Visual Cultures of the Autonomous Americas and Colonial Latin America
Research Interests: 

Autonomous (Pre-Columbian) and Colonial Latin America; Catholic imagery; constructs of race, gender, and sexual identity in the Americas; materiality; museum exhibitions; and the ways in which museums affect and are affected by society

Mailing Address: 

Roswell Museum & Arts Center
1011 N Richardson Ave
Roswell, NM 88201

Selected Publications: 

Hobart, Aubrey. 2015. "They Become Green: Preciousness and Materiality in the Feather Paintings of Mexico."  In Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas, Vol. VIII. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico.

Hobart (Wilder), Aubrey. 2010. “Locating Latin America in the East-West Paradigm.”  In Consortium 2010. Boulder, CO: University of Colorado at Boulder, 91-102.

Selected Presentations: 

Hemisphere Symposium (University of New Mexico, Albuquerque 2015) - They Become Green: Preciousness and Materiality in the Feather Paintings of Mexico

College of Liberal Arts Graduate Symposium (University of Nevada, Reno 2015) - Reading Inhumanity in the Casta Paintings of New Spain

College Art Association Annual Conference (New York 2015) - The Queen of Heaven and the Prince of Angels: Saintly Rivalry in Colonial Mexico

Rocky Mountain Council on Latin American Studies (Boulder 2010) - Cross-Currents of Devotion in Colonial Tlaxcala

Latin American Studies Conference (University of California Riverside 2010) - Guided by Guadalupe: Juan Diego in the Art of New Spain

Memory + Truth Conference (CU Boulder 2009) - San Miguel del Milagro: An Archangel in Mexico

Education and Training: 
Ph.D. in Visual Studies, UC Santa Cruz
M.A. University of Colorado Boulder, Art History
B.A. New College of Florida, Anthropology