Education: B.S. Electrical Engineering (Summa Cum Laude), University of Southern California; M.S. Management, University of Maryland, University College; M.M.A.S. US Army Command and General Staff College
Interests: U.S. Diplomatic History in the Cold War Era; Vietnam War; History of National Security Policy; History of War; End of Empire.
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Education: MA (History), The University of Texas at Austin
Interests: 19th and 20th Century Sub-Saharan Africa, Africa and the Indian Ocean Realm, Global and Transnational History, History of Migration, History of Violence, Postcolonial Theory
Interests: Mexican American history, Texas history, modern American immigration history, Southwestern United States history, intersections of race, ethnicity and gender
Education: B.A. (Honors) in History, UCLA
Interests: Latin American Colonial History, Latin American 19th Century, Atlantic History. Political Culture. History of the Spanish Empire. Ecuadorian History, Mexican History, Argentine History, Gran Colombian History. Conceptual History, Cultural History, Political History, Social History.
Ph.D. Candidate, Graduate School CMAS Fellow (2016-17), Ford Fellow (2015-16)
Education: M.A. Latin American Studies, California State University, San Diego, B.A. & B.S. California State University, Chico.
Interests: Colonial Latin American History, Family History, Women, Gender, Religion, Sexuality, Mexican-American, Latino/a, Chicana/o history, the Spanish Colonial Borderlands (Texas/Louisiana/Northern Mexico regions).
Education: M.A. History, University of Texas at Austin
Interests: African History; Maternal Health and Reproduction; History of Medicine; African Diaspora; Medicine in African American History; Indigenous Health Systems; Nigeria-Biafra War (History, Literature, and Representation)
Interests: Algonquin Anishinabeg politics and culture from 1914 to 2016. I'm also interested in 17th century missions along the Saint Lawrence River as sites of politics and culture.
Education: B.A. University of Notre Dame, J.D. University of Houston Law Center
Interests: 18th and 19th Century Southern history, particularly issues of slavery and freedom, gender, resistance, and maroon communities in the American South; issues concerning criminality, gender, and the legal system; constitutional history
Education: M.A., History, East Carolina University; B.A., History/Political Science, East Carolina University
Interests: African Diaspora, Mexico, Atlantic World, Texas Borderlands, Latin America, Slavery in Texas and Mexico, Politics
Education: M.A. in Anthropology, Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia)
Interests: I'm following the fantastic intercontinental debate around the "Latin" or "Hispanic" character of nineteenth-century America. After the revolutionary wave, more than scattered nations were in the making; a continent was also in construction. My dissertation tells this story, and the fundamental struggles about the past and the future that all of that entailed.
Education: M.A. (Middle East Studies: History), The University of Utah
Interests: Middle East; Modern Arab Intellectual History; Comparative Religion (Islamics, Jewish Studies); Economic History; Gender History; Globalization and Transnational History
Education: M.Phil. in Development Studies (Oxford University), B.A. in History (Stanford University)
Interests: Modern South Asia, British Colonialism, Decolonization, International Development, Cold War Philanthropy, Ethics of Aid, Population, Migration, Land Rights, Agricultural Science, Nutrition, Food Economy
Education: BA in History, BA in Political Sciences, Master in Balkan & Turkish History, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; MA in The History of Warfare, King's College London
Interests: Modern & Contemporary History of SE Europe & Ottoman Empire/Turkey; history of warfare; civil-military relations; mobilizations; collective action; especially the study of war-related mass violence from a political and social perspective within a transnational and comparative framework.
Doctoral Candidate, LLILAS Benson Digital Scholarship Coordinator
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Education: M.S. in Information Science & M.A. in Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin
Interests: Book history, censorship, Spanish missions, cognitive mapping, museum studies, and exhibition design
Education: MA in Middle Eastern Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Interests: Middle Eastern intellectual history; Iranian social history, especially changing moral discourses; Islamic law and religious authority; Missionaries in the Middle East
Doctoral Candidate in History; Assistant Director, Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Education: MA, Middle Eastern Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
Interests: Egypt in the Islamic period; development and urbanization in pre-modern and early modern Cairo; Mediterranean world systems; medical history; social studies education and curriculum development
Education: B.A. in History, Tel Aviv University ; M.A. in History, University of Texas at Austin
Interests: Modern Latin America, particularly twentieth-century Brazil. Dictatorships and military governments; Torture; State violence; Medicine and Public health
Doctoral Student and Teaching Assistant
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Abroad on Research Fellowship
Interests: Colonial and National Latin America; Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Mexico; Mexican Church-State Relations; Catholic Lived Religion; Priísta Mexico; Medieval, Early Modern, and Modern Europe; Antiquity (Greece, Rome, and the Near East); United States History; Religious Studies; International History, Politics, and Diplomacy.
Interests: British and Irish Economic History, the emergence of social, economic, and political modernity, empire, industrialization, and the Anthropocene.
Interests: Slavery, Texas history, the Old South, Native American history, borderlands, environmental history