I’ve been invited to write an essay for the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s fall 2020 exhibition on Chicanx graphics. My essay is titled “War at Home: Conceptual Iconoclasm in American Printmaking” and contextualizes experimental print practices in relation to hemispheric conceptualisms. I’ll be presenting an excerpt of that research at the College Art Association conference in February 2020 in the panel chaired by Gilda Posada and Asli Menevse “Pressing Revolution.”


I’m thrilled to announce that I will be joining the Department of Art, Art History, and Design at the University of Notre Dame in the fall of 2019. It’s a dream to start a tenure track in Art History at an institution that is highly invested in the study of Latinx art. I’m grateful to my family and to my wonderful network of mentors, especially Cherise Smith, Cary Cordova, Mary Coffey, and Roberto Tejada, who never wavered in their support of helping me become Professor Reinoza.

I'll be co-chairing a panel titled Destabilizing the Geographic with fellow art historian Kailani Polzak at the College Art Association Conference in February 2018. I'm also looking forward to helping coordinate the Association of Print Scholars affiliated society panel at CAA, Now you see it, now you don't: materialism and ephemeral prints, chaired by Yasmin Railton. APS will host a members meeting and reception at Self Help Graphics on Thursday, February 22nd.

Thanks to the Colloquium for the Study of Latinx Culture and Theory at CUNY Graduate Center for hosting me on November 17, 2017 and providing feedback on my Dominican York Proyecto Gráfica manuscript

I traveled to Chicago  in November for my first American Studies Conference to participate in a panel organized by the cultural historian Natalie Zelt. My paper discussed Mark Menjivar's Retorno series as an alternative post-war archive.

This fall I presented my research on the print portfolios of the Dominican York Proyecto Gráfica at the New England Consortium for Latino Studies hosted by Mount Holyoke College on October 27.