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María Fernández received her doctorate in art history from Columbia University in 1993. Her interests center on the history and theory of digital art, post colonial studies, Latin American art and the intersections of these fields. She has published essays in multiple journals including Art Journal, Third Text, nparadoxa, Fuse and Mute. With Faith Wilding and Michelle Wright she edited the anthology Domain Errors: Cyberfeminist Practices published by Autonomedia in 2002.
- History of Art and Visual Studies
- Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
- History of Art, Archaeology and Visual Studies
- Latin American Studies
- Latino Studies
- History and theory of digital art, with special interest in cybernetics and art in the late 1950’s and 60’s, artificial life art, and the integration of media theory with post colonial and feminist theory.
- Mexican art and architecture with emphasis on the seventeenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
- ARTH 1100 - Art Histories: An Introduction
- ARTH 3650 - History and Theory of Digital Art
- ARTH 4153 - Topics in Feminist Media Arts
- ARTH 4155 - Topics in Latin American Art
- ARTH 4991 - Independent Study
- ARTH 4992 - Independent Study
- ARTH 5991 - Supervised Reading
- ARTH 5992 - Supervised Reading
- ARTH 5993 - Supervised Study
- ARTH 5994 - Supervised Study
- ARTH 6153 - Topics in Feminist Media Arts
- ARTH 6155 - Topics in Latin American Art