Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

Kaillee Coleman

Student - M.A. Candidate

Kaillee Coleman is a first-year graduate student in the Latin American Studies MA program at Tulane. Her research looks broadly at Cuban and Caribbean art history, with a focused lens towards the intersections of cultural production and political resistance. She works currently as a Fellow with Open Channels || Canales Abiertos‘€“a global learning community of Caribbean popular theater artists, producers, scholars, students and enthusiasts based in New Orleans (USA) and Santiago de Cuba‘€“alongside her work as a Research Project Associate with the Latin American Writers Series program, housed in the Stone Center for Latin American Studies. Ms. Coleman holds a double BA from Seattle University in Interdisciplinary Arts (dual emphasis in Visual Art and Theatre) and Art History, and looks forward to continuing on towards a dual PhD in Latin American Studies and Art History following completion of her MA.