Art History in Latin America: Reports of the Latin American Fellowship Program, 1994–2000
Introduction by Therese O'Malley, 2003
The Latin American Fellowship Program began in 1994 as the first major research collaboration of the Association of Research Institutes in Art History (ARIAH). It concluded with the publication of this research report. The program was intended to provide research opportunities at ARIAH-member and other North American institutions for scholars from Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. Over a six-year period, eighteen fellows were hosted by eight of ARIAH’s then eighteen member institutions and made trips to more than sixty institutions throughout North America and Italy, where they forged professional ties with colleagues. The ARIAH consortium provided an unrivaled network of research opportunities, affording fellows mobility among institutions and combined resources stronger than those available at any single institution. Copublished by the National Gallery of Art and the Association of Research Institutes in Art History.