Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, information collection and circulation, media/communication history, political economy
Felice Physioc is a History Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University. She is currently researching her dissertation, which examines the relationship between governing regimes and circulation networks in the River Plate-Andean region over the colonial period. She analyzes the legacies and transitions of the material Inca communications structure, asking who adopted these networks under Spanish imperial rule, what they moved, and why. Felice's dissertation research has received support from a SSRC-IDRF (2018-2019) and a John Carter Brown Library short-term fellowship (2018).