I write this essay for my family, who taught me how to thrive under difficult conditions, and for my mentors, who supported me throughout my many years as a student. Most importantly, I write this in solidarity with those who are working toward their graduate degrees. After spending nearly all of my adult life working on my BA, MA, and PhD, I am finally on the other side as a professor with a tenure-track position. Although I have “made it,” I realize—as a first-generation college student, as a woman of color from the working class, and as a scholar who specializes in the artwork of US Latinxs and African Americans—that the...
Creating Equity in Academia for Latinx Art History
Rose Salseda—is an acting assistant professor and assistant professor (tenure track) in the Department of Art and Art History at Stanford University. She specializes in the politics of race and African American and Latinx art. She is the associate director of the US Latinx Art Forum.
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Rose Salseda; Creating Equity in Academia for Latinx Art History. Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture 3 July 2019; 1 (3): 87–91. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/lavc.2019.130006d
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