Carmen Fracchia

Emerita Professor of Hispanic Art History, Carmen Fracchia is a specialist in Hispanic Art History, with particular interest in relations between the Spanish visual form and the early modern Hispanic notions of human diversity, race, religion, slavery, and ethnic prejudice during the formation of the Iberian Empire, between the end of the fifteenth century and the end of seventeenth century. Fracchia is also interested in the ways in which Afro-Hispanic visual artists articulate subjectivity, agency, slavery, freedom, and hybridity.