Robin Greeley


Robin Adèle Greeley (PhD, 1998) teaches at the University of Connecticut, where she focuses on art and politics in modern and contemporary Latin America. She is Affiliate Faculty at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and has also held visiting faculty positions at Harvard and Stanford. A founding member of the Symbolic Reparations Research Project, she is currently engaged in analyzing policies and practices of aesthetic memorialization in symbolic reparations for victims of human rights violations in the Americas. Her books include Surrealism and the Spanish Civil War (Yale University Press, 2006); Mexican Muralism: A Critical History (co-edited, University of California Press, 2012); The Logic of Disorder: The Art and Writings of Abraham Cruzvillegas (Harvard University Press, 2015); A Companion to Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art (co-edited, Blackwell, 2019), and La interculturalidad y sus imaginarios: Conversaciones con Néstor García Canclini (Gedisa/Palinodia, 2018).