Crossings/Mojándose: Works by Sandra C. Fernández–On Weaving “Fugitive Identities” and Strategies of Resistance

Written by Yohana Junker, Art & Religion Ph.D Student, Graduate Theological Union Sandra C. Fernández was born in New York but grew up in Ecuador. Since a very early age, she crossed between worlds, negotiated her identity as a North and South American female, and had a sense of being ni de aquí, ni de… Read More Crossings/Mojándose: Works by Sandra C. Fernández–On Weaving “Fugitive Identities” and Strategies of Resistance

Ghost Ranch–Susurrus from the Landscape

Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) first visited New Mexico—“where nothingness” was “several sizes larger”—in the summer of 1917. Though it was a brief visit, what she saw and experienced was so stimulating that she reported: “from then on, I was always on my way back.” In a 1937 letter to her then husband, Alfred Stieglitz, O’Keeffe shared… Read More Ghost Ranch–Susurrus from the Landscape