Maria Beatriz H. Carrión is a Ph.D. Candidate in Art History at The Graduate Center, CUNY, where she specializes in nineteenth-century art of the Americas, with a focus on photography, the representation of Indigenous peoples, and ecocritical issues. Her research has been supported by the Terra Foundation, Huntington Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Mellon Foundation, Fundación Cisneros, CUNY’s Early Research Initiative, and the Stone Center for Latin American Studies. She has taught at Baruch College since 2019 and worked at the Rijksmuseum, the James Gallery, the Morgan Library and Museum, and the New Orleans Museum of Art.
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