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Seonaid Valiant

Curator for Latin American Studies
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Seonaid Valiant
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Seonaid Valiant, the Curator for Latin American Studies at the ASU Library, holds a Ph.D. in History from the University of Chicago with special fields in Latin American and Art History. Her book, Ornamental Nationalism: Archaeology and Antiquities in Mexico, 1876-1911 (Brill, 2017) examines international debates over the meaning of Aztec symbols and the professionalization of archaeology in Mexico at the turn of the twentieth century.

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