Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

Megan Flattley

Student - Ph.D. Student

Megan Flattley is a student in the joint Art History and Latin American Studies PhD program. Her research looks at the artistic influence and exchange between Mexican and Soviet artists in the 1920s and 1930s, as well as the application of montage theory by artists in Mexico. At Tulane, she has helped to curate exhibitions in the Latin American Library as well as at the Newcomb Art Museum which included the exhibition, “Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico,” as well as “Per(sister): Incarcerated Women in Louisiana.” From 2018-2020, Megan will be a Mellon Fellow for Community Engaged Scholarship.