Jordana Mendelson

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Jordana Mendelson (born 1970) is an author, curator, and professor. Dr. Mendelson currently serves as Associate Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literature at New York University. Previously, Dr. Mendelson was an Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her scholarship is centered on the impact of images in the Spanish print media from 1929–1939. Her book Documenting Spain: Artists, Exhibition Culture, and the Modern Nation, 1929–1939 was published in 2005 by Penn State University Press. She currently serves as president of the American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies (2004–2006).[1]

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  • Mendelson, Jordana (2005). Documenting Spain: Artists, Exhibition Culture, and the Modern Nation, 1929–1939. Pennsylvania Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press. ISBN 0-271-02474-7. 

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