Contemporary Caribbean and Latin American Art
- Decolonial Studies
- Exhibition Histories/Practices
- Artist Networks
- Theories of the Archive
- Pan-Caribbean Cultural Exchanges
BA, English Literature, Southern Methodist University
MA, Art History, Tulane University
Chasitie Brown is a doctoral student specializing in contemporary Caribbean and Latin American art with a focus on Cuba. Her research examines the ways in which Black Consciousness ideologies informed visual production and collective art practices in Cuba during the 1970s, a period when the region was particularly active in the African Liberation movements abroad.
Chasitie received her MA in Art History at Tulane University, where she was awarded a Tinker Foundation Research Grant to research in Cuba for a summer.