This issue of Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture is a true reflection of the range that the current state of the field exhibits. The visual material and scholarship presented in this issue reaches across the chronological span and methodological depth of Latin American and Latinx visual culture and art historical studies. As the multi-hyphenate Kamala Harris becomes the first female vice president of the United States of America, this issue of LALVC highlights the work of female saints, scholars, artists, and activists from around the world, demonstrating the creative and intellectual potential of the female for the twenty-first century.

In the fall of 2019, while culling my email for leads on exhibitions to see on my next visit to New York City, I serendipitously came across a new exhibition from The Latinx Project entitled Afro Syncretic, opening...

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