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Dr. Ann Marie Leimer

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Title
Professor
Location
Fain Fine Arts Center
Room
C-120A
Institution Degree Graduation Date
University of Texas at Austin Ph.D. 2005
University of Texas at Austin M.A. 2001
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Midwestern State University Professor 05/11/2021
Midwestern State University Department Chair 05/11/2021 05/11/2021
Midwestern State University Associate Professor 05/11/2021 05/11/2021
University of Redlands Associate Professor 05/11/2021 05/11/2021
University of Redlands Assistant Professor 05/11/2021 05/11/2021

Works Under Review

“Out from the Shadows: La vida, trabajo, y legado de Lola Álvarez Bravo,” Book chapter, The Other Fridas: Latin American Women Artists Who Challenged Society

“Garments for the Goddess of the Américas: The American Dress Triptych,” Book chapter for Consuelo Jimenez Underwood: Art, Vision Weaving

 

Books

Consuelo Jimenez Underwood: Art, Vision Weaving

Expected publication date, Duke University Press

 

Book Chapters

"Cruel Beauty, Precarious Breath: Visualizing the US-Mexico Border.” In Border Crossings: A Bedford Spotlight Reader, 222-233. Reprint, College textbook, Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s Press, 2016.

"Cruel Beauty, Precarious Breath: Visualizing the US-Mexico Border.” Chapter 8 in New Frontiers in Latin American Borderlands, 73-84. Leslie Cecil, editor. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.

“Re-Membering the Body: Spiritual Genealogy, Collective Memory, and Lost Histories in Delilah Montoya's Codex Delilah.” Chapter 1 in Chican@ Critical Perspectives and Praxis at the Turn of the 21st Century, Ed A. Muñoz, editor, 10-33. Berkeley and Santa Cruz: Inkworks Press and Community Printers. Peer reviewed, Published 2009.

 

Journal Articles

Vidrio y Hilo: Two Stories of the Border,” Journal of Latino/Latin American Studies, 2019.

“La Conquistadora: A Conquering Virgin Meets Her Match.” In Religion and the Arts, Volume 18, no. 1-2 (2014): 245-268.

“Chicana Photography: The Power of Place.” In Poesía, Baile y Canción: The Politics, Implications, and Future of Chicana/os’ Cultural Production, Mari Castañeda, editor, 27-39. Available at SJSU ScholarWorks. http://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/naccs/2008. Peer reviewed, Published 2010.

Crossing the Border with La Adelita: Lucha-Adelucha as Nepantlera in Delilah Montoya's Codex Delilah.”Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social, Vol. 5, no. 2 (Spring 2006): 12-59. Peer reviewed.

 

Exhibition Catalogs

“Los Maestros de San Antonio: Jesse A. Almazán, José Esquivel, and Rudy R. Trevino.” In Los Maestros: Early Explorers of Chicano Identity, 4-31. Ex. Cat. San Antonio, TX: Centro de Artes, 2020.

“Fear and Fascination: Representando las nubes, las tormentas, y el relámpago.” In Tina Fuentes: Marcando el Relámpago, 4-19. Lubbock, TX: Museum of Texas Tech University, 2017.

 “Aquí Estamos: Ahora y Always.” In LatinX: Artistas de Tejas, 2-5. Lubbock, TX: LHUCA, 2017. 

"Celebrating Sor Juana, Celebrating Tejana Artists." In Voices In Concert: Tina Fuentes, Kathy Vargas, and Delilah Montoya, 4-23. University of Houston: Arte Público Press, 2015.

“Beyond Identity? Beyond Heritage?” In Beyond Heritage, Dan Danzig and Daniel Foster, editors, 25-44. Pomona, CA: Millard Sheets Gallery, 2006. Invited lead catalogue essay.

“Charles Sheeler.” In Blanton Museum of Art: American Art since 1900, Annette DiMeo Carlozzi and Kelly Baum, editors, 274-275. Austin, TX: Blanton Museum of Art and The University of Texas at Austin, 2006. Invited catalog entry.

 

Reviews

Review of Las Olvidadas: The Forgotten Women - Photographs by Maya Goded. California Museum of Photography. Afterimage 38, no. 6 (May/June 2011), 28-29.

 

Forthcoming

Consuelo Jimenez Underwood: Art, Weaving, Vision, Duke University Press, 2022


“Garments for the Goddess of the Américas: The American Dress Triptych,” Book chapter for Consuelo Jimenez Underwood: Art, Weaving,Vision, Duke University Press, 2022