Professor of Pre-Columbian Art and Colonial Art of the Americas
Professor Eloise Quiñones-Keber's
chief research interests center on Aztec art before and after the Spanish conquest, Mexican manuscripts, and the cultural encounter between Nahuas (Aztecs) and Spaniards in 16th-Century Mexico.
Editor. Art and Evangelization: Creating a New Art in 16th-Century Mexican Missions, special edition of the Colonial Latin American Review 22, no. 1, April 2013.
Editor. Representing Aztec Ritual: Performance, Text, and Image in the Work of Sahagún. University Press of Colorado, 2002.
Editor. In Chalchihuitl in Quetzali [Mesoamerican studies]. Labyrinthos Press, 2000.
Author. Codex Telleriano-Remensis: Ritual, Divination, and History in a Pictorial Aztec Manuscript. University of Texas Press, 1995. Ralph Waldo Emerson Award, Phi Beta Kappa Society, 1996.
Editor. Chipping Away on Earth [Prehispanic and Colonial Mexico]. Labyrinthos Press, 1994.
Co-editor (with H.B. Nicholson). Mixteca-Puebla: Discoveries and Research in Mesoamerican Art and Archaeology. Labyrinthos Press, 1994.
Co-editor (with H.B. Nicholson and J. Jorge Klor de Alva). The Work of Bernardino de Sahagún: Pioneer Ethnographer of 16th-Century Aztec Mexico. Institute for Mesoamerican Studies, SUNY Albany, 1988.
Co-author (with H.B. Nicholson). Art of Aztec Mexico. National Gallery of Art, 1983.