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Helio Oiticia, "Miro de Mangueira com Parangole" (1964)
Helio Oiticica, "Miro de Mangueira com Parangole" (1964)
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Ph.D., in History, University of California, Los Angeles (1999)
M.A., in History, University of California, Los Angeles (1993)
B.A., in Economics and Latin American Studies, Oberlin College (1990)

My research and teaching focuses on Latin American post-colonial social and cultural history, with special emphasis on Central America. Current research includes nation-state formation, race and ethnicity, and the African Diaspora.

Interested in Latin America? Check out: Latin American History at Tulane, Center for Latin American Studies, Brazilian Studies, and African and African Diaspora Studies.

Extra! Extra! Read All About It!
Professors Juan Cole and Greg Grandin spoke at Tulane University on November 26, 2007 for the Davis Washington Mitchell Roundtable, "American Empire Empire in Latin America and the Middle East." Given the intense interest this event generated, we have archived it on the web, including photos and an audio slideshow of the complete talks and the Q&A session.


The Seminar on Historical Change and Social Theory (SHCST) meets bi-weekly for presentations and dicussions of gradaute student and faculty research.  For more information, including schedule and information on how to participate, visit the SHCST website.