Ernesto Ortiz Díaz
Chair of Latin American Studies and Associate Professor of Spanish & Portuguese
- He teaches Portuguese classes and classes on Latin America, focusing on Brazil.
Associate Professor of History
- 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
Edens Associate Professor of Geography and Global Health
- He is a medical geographer, with connected interests in people-environment geography and historical geography, and a regional focus on Latin America.
Associate Professor of Economics
- Rural and agricultural development, economic development, education in developing countries, and Central America-U.S. migration
Associate Professor of Political Science
- Comparative politics, Latin American politics, urban social movements
Professor of Spanish & Portuguese
- 20th century Latin American literatures and cultures, race relations and Mestizo cultures, literature of protest movements and subversion in the Andes
Associate Professor of Anthropology, Associate Dean, Kofi Annan Institute for Global Citizenship
- Cultural anthropology, memory and secrecy, truth and reconciliation, violence and subjectivity, Latin America
Berg Postdoctoral Fellow of Geography
- Land and vegetation change across spatial and/or temporal scales, forest and biodiversity conservation specially in human-impacted landscapes, Tropical Andes, Ecuador.
Associate Professor of Spanish & Portuguese
- Contemporary Latin American narrative, popular culture, gender studies, border studies, and U.S. Latino/a literature
Not Currently Teaching