Erika Busse-Cardenas
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
  • Old Main 302, 651-696-6772
Eric D. Carter
Amy Damon
  • Amy Damon
  • Associate 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
Paul Dosh
  • Paul Dosh
  • Associate Professor of Political Science
  • Comparative politics, Latin American politics, urban social movements
  • 651-696-6776
Galo González
  • Galo González
  • Professor of Hispanic and Latin American Studies
  • 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
  • Chair of Latin American Studies; Associate Professor, Anthropology
  • Cultural anthropology, memory and secrecy, truth and reconciliation, violence and subjectivity, Latin America
  • 651-696-6589
Lizeth Gutierrez
  • Eric Mosinger
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science
  • Civil wars and conflict processes, rebel organizations, Latin American revolutionary politics, international democratic regimes, network analysis
  • 651-696-6637
Alicia Muñoz
  • Alicia Muñoz
  • Associate Professor of Hispanic and Latin American Studies
  • Contemporary Latin American narrative, popular culture, gender studies, border studies, and U.S. Latino/a literature
  • 651-696-6509
Margaret (Molly) Olsen
  • Margaret (Molly) Olsen
  • Professor of Hispanic and 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
Kathie Scott
Jesse Zarley
  • Jesse Zarley
  • Visiting Assistant Professor
  • Latin American history, with a particular interest in the intersection of indigenous politics and the Age of Revolution.
  • 651-696-6826

Not Currently Teaching

Jim Stewart
Emeriti Faculty