Environmental history and literature in the Andes and United States
Research Interests: Cuba, the Caribbean, Latin American art, politics and literature
Ecology and evolution of bird colouration.
Research Interests: Beatriz is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Politics. Her research focuses on healthcare and subnational politics in Latin…
Research interests: Modern and contemporary art of the African Diaspora.
Research Interests: Cuba, Brazil, and Latin America; slavery and photography; philosophy of time (temporality and endings).
Research Interests: ephemera, nontraditional archives, and popular media; transnational artistic movements; dance and film; especially in Puerto Rico, Cuba, and Mexico
Research Interests: Reduce inequalities and improve the efficiency of education-related markets in developing countries, including Colombia, Peru and Chile.
Research Interests: Intergenerational distributive justice, theories of global and climate justice, multiculturalism, race, and the ethics of…
Research interests: The modern history of Latin America and Chile within a global landscape of human rights struggles. Her doctoral dissertation project is a study of impunity and its role in shaping social, political, and cultural developments in post-conflict societies.
Research Interests: Social movements, migration, and regime types in Eastern Europe and Eurasia, and Cuba
Research Interests: Focus on modern and contemporary poetry and music from Latin America and the Caribbean, with a particular interest in the Greater Antilles
Research Interests: How the history of science intersects with law, resources, and the so-called global south.
Research interests: Corruption and the elite backlash in Guatemala, Peru, and Colombia
Argentina, human rights and political transition during the late 20th century
Research Interests: Architectural discourse between the built environment and nature in the Latin American region and Latino community in the northeast
Mexico, labor politics, electoral politics, social movements and tourism
Research Interests: Joseph’s research explores colonial-Indigenous architectural interaction on reservations, focusing on Native American reconciliation of colonial trauma, and the reinterpretation, or reversal, of existing power structures in the interest of Indigenous sovereignty.
Research Interests: The relationship between history and literature, theory of history in dialogue with literary theory and Intellectual History in Latin American and the Caribbean.
Research Interests: Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, amateur cinema, contemporary art from Latin America, minor literature
Research Interests: The intersection between poetic language and the formation of female subjectivity. Her literary focus is 20th century Latin-American women’s literature which she analyses alongside the feminisms that arose from French Écriture féminine and Lacanian psychoanalysis.
Research Interests: Architecture experimentation, human rights, post-conflict cities
Research Interests: forced disappearance; humanitarian forensic intervention; Mexico
Research Interests: History of photography, modern and contemporary art from Latin America
Haiti, Caribbean, United States. Urbanism of HIV/AIDS
Ecuador and the USA
Colonial Caribbean, Amerindians and Atlantic Empires
Research Interests: Latin American modern and contemporary poetry (especially Chile, Colombia, and Perú); Latin American avant-garde and neo-avant-garde art; ecopoetry and ecocriticism; memory studies; decolonial theory; Andean ecologies and cosmovisions.
Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, information collection and circulation, media/communication history, political economy
Research Interest: The contribution of indigenous language revitalization efforts to approach ecosystem loss, extinction and the effects of pollution in Mexico.
Research Interests: Argentina, Brazil, Chile; History of Development, Economic History, History of Consumption, History of Advertising, Global History.
Research Interests: US-Latin America exchanges, circulation practices, material techniques and culture, cultural and visual studies, institutional history, modernization, decoloniality.
Research Interests: The limits and possibilities of international networks of artistic exchange that linked artists to audiences and colleagues beyond their geographic reach.
Research Interests: Urban violence in Colombia.
Animal communication in complex social groups; specifically, vocal communication in a cooperatively breeding bird in Panama
The intersections of religion, race and national identity, particularly as they relate to Afro-descendant Muslim communities in Latin America and the Caribbean
The ephemeral, theater, public space
Research interests: Political regime change.
Research Interests: Plant-microbial symbioses and nutrient cycling in the white-sands forests of the Peruvian Amazon
Research interests: Foreign policies of Latin America, its regional institutions, and human rights at the intersection of domestic and international politics
Modern and contemporary art from the Caribbean, Afro-Diasporic religions, race, and visual culture and nation building
Ingrid Brioso Rieumont (Spanish & Portuguese) was awarded the 2021-2022 Dean's Completion Fellowship/PGRA Program. The honorific fellowship provides support for dissertation completion to doctoral students who demonstrate the highest scholarly excellence. In addition, she translated and edited the book, Paletó y yo. Memorias de mi padre indígena (2021), by Aparecida Vilaça, winner of the 2020 Casa de las Américas Literary Prize.