If the prescription for art history in the twenty-first century is to investigate and cultivate transcultural connections across the global cultural sphere, the essays presented in this issue of Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture exemplify the disciplinary possibilities this approach can enable. LALVC strives to be an inclusionary space that provides a venue for scholarly dialogue across disciplinary and national boundaries in a format that is accessible, dynamic, and engaging to students, artists, scholars, activists, professionals, and researchers.

The essays and Dialogues that open volume 2 of LALVC represent the range of the field of art history focused on Latin American and Latinx subjects today. This diverse scholarship is grounded...

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