Eulogio Guzman
  Eulogio Guzmán teaches a range of courses focusing on art and architecture of Pre-Columbian, Colonial and Modern Latin American cultures in the Tufts University Department of Visual and Critical Studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He holds a Ph.D. in Pre-Columbian Art History from the University of California Los Angeles and an architecture degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture. He has several publications to his credit on the architecture, urban development, and sculpture of sixteenth century Mexico. His forthcoming book explores the ways visual culture was used as political weapons by the Mexica/Aztec to more effectively assert their authority over their subjects.
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