Professor Levenson is beginning a new project, a study of two very different Guatemalan artists, using their art, patrons and life stories to think about the history of twentieth-century Guatemala. Her research plans include a study of contrasting two Guatemalan artists. She is a member of the Central American research center, Asociación para el Avance de las Ciencias Sociales, the Latin American Scholars Association, and the Association of Central American Historians. She is also a recipient of fellowships from Fulbright, the Social Science Council, and the Bunting Institute, as well as of funding from the United Nations Population Fund. She has taught classes on colonial and modern Latin America as well as courses on gender, labor and urban history, religion, modernity, oral history and social movements.