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WRITING

Rare and Strange Encounters of the Curators’ Kind  The Ultimate History Project

Sprightly Sage (from The Spice Kitchena book project to which I contributed writing and research on the history and use of spices )

The Right (and Wrong) Way to Ask Someone to Be a Reference   The Muse
192 shares on social media as of September 2014.

Community Presentations at Symantec Week! Hopeworks Blog August 2014

“Ideas Come To Life” as Hopeworks Trainees Build Personal Websites Hopeworks Blog July 2014

Cut to the Heart  Living Faith April 2014

In His Presence Living Faith April 2014

Learning to Learn, Learning to Teach Hopeworks Newsletter, March 2014

Learning to Learn, Learning to Trust  Hopeworks Blog March 2014

An All-Too-Human Rock   Living Faith, February 2014

Quick to Hear, Slow to Speak  Living Faith, February 2014

A Dozen Days at Hopeworks     Hopeworks Newsletter Jan. 2014; forthcoming as a reprint in The Catholic Star Herald, TBD

Expressing the Inexpressible  Living Faith October 2013

A Work in Progress  Living Faith October 2013

(with Amy Ackerman, Ericka Pitman, and Michelle Wendt) “Using Visuals to Deepen Learning in Assessments.” in New Horizons in Visual Literacy: Selected Readings.  International Visual Literacy Association, 2012

BLOG

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BOOKS I’VE CONTRIBUTED TO as author or editor:

The Arts in Latin America, 1492-1820.  Yale University PressRevelaciones

Revelaciones: Las Artes in América Latina, 1492-1820. Fondo de Cultura Económica

New Horizons in Visual Literacy: Selected Readings of the International Visual Literacy Association

“This superb volume brings together a veritable who’s-who of the scholars who have pushed the study of indigenous intellectuals into a coherent subfield of ethnohistory. Their essays are populated by a wide array of educated, native men from colonial Mexico, Oaxaca, and Peru, from interpreters and translators to lettered noblemen. The colonial cultural patterns that emerge are as fascinating and illuminating as the indigenous individuals who are brought to life in the essays. A must-read for all scholars of colonial Latin America.”

(Matthew Restall, coauthor of Latin America in Colonial Times)  “

TRANSLATIONS:

Victor M. Quintana, “Twenty Years after the Treaty that Triggered the Violence.”  Americas Program, http://www.cipamericas.org. Translation of  “A veinte años del Tratado que disparó las violencias,” Feb. 2014.

Gabriela Ramos (2013). Indian Hospitals and Government in the Colonial Andes. Medical History, 57, pp 186-205. doi:10.1017/mdh.2012.102.

Gabriela Ramos, “Pastoral Inspection Visits as Spaces of Negotiation in Andean Parishes.” The Americas, forthcoming

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