Magali Carrera, PhD
Academic Affairs / Provost
Foster Administration 314A
|Arizona State University||BA in History of Art|
|Columbia University||MA in History of Art|
|Columbia University||PhD in History of Art|
The Vice Provost for Academic Affairs provides senior level administrative assistance to the Provost in executing the mission and responsibilities of the Division of Academic Affairs, with emphasis on all aspects of undergraduate academic planning, student success support and initiatives, as well as international programming, academic policy and regulations, program assessment and accreditation.
Dr. Carrera interacts with the Deans and Associate/Assistant Deans of the Colleges and Schools to assure that academic planning and student success assessment goals are being met at the college level.
Her book, Imagining Identity in New Spain: Race, Lineage, and the Colonial Body in Portraiture and Casta Paintings won the 2004 College Art Association/Association for Latin American Art Book Award and her newest book, Traveling from New Spain to Mexico: Mapping the Nation in Nineteenth-Century Mexico, was published by Duke University Press (2011).
She has taught courses in the art and culture of Africa, Oceania, and the ancient Americas and she also teaches in the Women’s Studies program.
In 2003-2004, she received the UMass Dartmouth Teacher of the Year Award and in 2005, she was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the Massachusetts Federation of Teachers.
Dr. Carerra has served as Chair of Art History, Team Leader of CITS’ Instructional Development Group and second Vice President of the Faculty Federation.