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Washington and Lee University

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Andrea Lepage

Assistant Professor of Art History

Wilson Hall 3014
(540) 458-8305
lepagea@wlu.edu

Education

Brown University
May 2008 - Ph.D. in History of Art and Architecture
Dissertation title: "The Arts of the Franciscan Colegio de San Andrés in Quito: A Process of Cultural Reformation"

May 2001 - M.A. in History of Art and Architecture
Qualifying Paper: "Myth of South American Liberator, Simón Bolívar"

Clark University
May 1998 - B.A. cum laude, with highest honors in Art History
Honors Thesis: "Colonial Hybrid Art and Architecture of the Americas"

Teaching

  • Colonial Latin American art
  • Modern Latin American art
  • Spanish Baroque art
  • Italian Baroque art

Selected Publications

  • Review of Bristol, Joan Cameron, Christians, Blasphemers, and Witches: Afro-Mexican Ritual Practice in the Seventeenth Century. H-AfrArts, H-Net Reviews. March, 2010.
  • "El arte de la conversión: modelos educativos del Colegio de San Andrés de Quito," trans. Alexandra Kennedy Troya, Procesos 25 (2007).
  • "Isabel de Cisneros in Her Own Role," in Woman and Art in Early Modern Latin America, eds. Kellen McIntyre and Richard Philips, 395-418 (Leiden, Brill Academic Press, 2006).
  • Short catalogue essays, "Our Lady of Sorrows," "Saint John of God," "Divine Shepherdess," in Arts of Latin America, 1492-1820, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 287, 288, 292 (Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2006). Spanish translation: Revelaciones, Las Artes en América Latina, 1492-1820 (Mexico, DF: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2007).
  • Short artist biography, "Manuel Chili (Caspicara)," in Arts of Latin America, 1492-1820, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 529 (Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2006). Spanish translation: Revelaciones, Las Artes en América Latina, 1492-1820 (Mexico, DF: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2007).
  • Book Review, Alexandra Kennedy Troya (ed.), Arte de la Real Audiencia de Quito, siglos XVII-XIX, Patronos, corporaciones y comunidades, Hondarribia: Nerea, 2002, Procesos 23, Quito, Ecuador, 2007.