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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

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

The Daily Muse:
164 shares on social media as of November 2013.

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

Sprightly Sage (from the Spice Kitchen, a book project I contributed to)

(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

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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

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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