Faculty & Staff

  • Paul Dosh Paul Dosh
    Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of Latin American Studies
    Comparative politics, Latin American politics, urban social movements, women's leadership and popular movements

    651-696-6776
  • Ernesto Capello Ernesto Capello
    Associate Professor of History and Latin American Studies
    Andes, cultural history, art and architecture, transnationalism, cartography, transhemispheric imaginaries, urban history, colonial narratives and nostalgia, and Amazonia

    651-696-6772
  • Eric D. Carter Eric D. Carter
    Assistant Professor
    Holder of the Edens Professorship in Global Health

    651-696-6704
  • Amy Damon Amy Damon
    Assistant Professor of Economics and Latin American Studies
    Rural and agricultural development, economic development, education in developing countries, and Central America-U.S. migration

    651-696-6862
  • Galo González Galo González
    Professor
    20th century Latin American literatures and cultures, race relations and Mestizo cultures, literature of protest movements and subversion in the Andes

    651-696-6133
  • Olga González Olga González
    Associate Professor of Anthropology
    Cultural anthropology, memory and secrecy, truth and reconciliation, violence and subjectivity, Latin America

    651-696-6589
  • Alicia Muñoz Alicia Muñoz
    Assistant Professor
    Contemporary Latin American narrative, popular culture, gender studies, border studies, and U.S. Latino/a literature

    651-696-6509
  • Lara Nielsen Lara Nielsen
    Assistant Professor of Theatre and Dance and Latin American Studies (on leave 2013 - 2014)

    The Theatre and Performance Studies; Critical theory; Diaspora in the Americas; Transnational Modernismos; Post-colonial studies; Ethnographic and Documentary Media; Oral History

    651-696-6928
  • Margaret (Molly) Olsen Margaret (Molly) Olsen
    Professor and Chair of Hispanic Studies, Professor of Latin American Studies
    Trans-Atlantic literatures of the 16th and 17th centuries, and colonial and contemporary Afro-Caribbean texts

    651-696-6885
  • Ernesto Ortiz Díaz Ernesto Ortiz Díaz
    Assistant Professor

    651-696-6806
  • Raymond Robertson Raymond Robertson
    Professor and Director, Latin American Studies Program
    International economics, labor economics, Latin America, economic restructuring, and trade

    651-696-6572

Not Currently Teaching

Jim Stewart
Emeriti Faculty

651-696-6496