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Delia Cosentino

Delia Cosentino (PhD, UCLA) is Professor of Latin American Art History, specializing in the visual culture of Greater Mexico. Her research interests include native (Nahua) codices, Franciscan art, mapping practices, urban histories of Tenochtitlan and Mexico City, and the afterlives of Aztec imagery. She is author of Las Joyas de Zinacantepec: Arte Colonial en el Monasterio de San Miguel (Colegio Mexiquense, 2007), editor of Cartographic Styles and Discourse (Artl@s Bulletin, 7[2] 2019), and co-author with Adriana Zavala (Tufts University) of Resurrecting Tenochtitlan: Imagining the Aztec Capital in Modern Mexico City (University of Texas Press, 2023). She curated Ceramic Trees of Life: Popular Art from Mexico (Fowler Museum, 2003), Reverence Renewed: Colonial Andean Art from the Thoma Collection (DPAM, 2009), and Nexo/Nexus: Latin American Connections in the Midwest (DPAM, 2016) with Bibiana Suárez (The Art School, DePaul).