Celso Castilho (email)
Assistant Professor of History (Ph.D., UC Berkeley). Latin America and the Atlantic World, with particular interests on Brazil, 19th century Latin America and the Caribbean, and the African Diaspora.
Marshall C. Eakin (email)
Professor of History (Ph.D., University of California Los Angeles), Faculty Director, Ingram Scholarship Program. Processes of nationalism and nation-building, economic and business history, and industrialization primarily in 20th century Brazil.
Peter James Hudson (email)
Assistant Professor of History (Ph.D., New York University). History of capitalism, the history of American imperialism, and the history of the Africa diaspora in the Caribbean, North America and Latin America.
Jane G. Landers (email)
Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History (Ph.D., University of Florida). Director of the Ecclesiastical and Secular Sources for Slave Societies digital archive project. Colonial Latin America and the Atlantic World, specializing in the history of Africans and their descendants in those worlds.
W. Frank Robinson (email)
Assistant Professor of History; Associate Director, CLAS (Ph.D., Auburn University). Colonial and modern Latin America and the Caribbean, twentieth century social and political movements, nationalism and populism.
Edward Wright-Rios (email)
Associate Professor of History (Ph.D., University of California, San Diego). Cultural history of modern Mexico; popular religious practice in 1880-1934 in Mexico; priestly efforts to reform popular religious practice, female-led visionary movements, and the complexities of Catholic resurgence during this period.