Celso Castilho (email)
Assistant Professor of History (Ph.D. U.C. Berkeley; M.A. in Latin American Studies U.C.L.A). Modern Latin America, with emphasis on Brazil; comparative slavery and abolitionism; nineteenth-century political and social history.
Marshall C. Eakin (email)
Professor of History; Faculty Director, Ingram Scholarship Program (Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles). Nineteenth – and twentieth – century Latin America, Brazil, and Central America.
Jane G. Landers (email)
Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History (Ph.D., Florida). Latin American colonial history, Atlantic World history, the history of gender in colonial Latin America, and comparative slavery and resistance. Her research focuses on the colonial circum-Caribbean and on the ethnohistory of Africans in colonial Latin America.
Peter James Hudson (email)
Assistant Professor of History (Ph.D., New York University). Cultural and political-economic history of American empire and the cultural history of the African diaspora in North America.
W. Frank Robinson (email)
Assistant Professor of History and Associate Director, CLAS, (Ph.D., Auburn University). Colonial and modern Latin America and the Caribbean, twentieth century social and political movements, nationalism and populism.
David Wasserstein (email)
Professor of History and Jewish Studies (D. Phil., Oxford University). Islam in Iberia (al-Andalus in Arabic), with a particular emphasis on the 7th-12th centuries, and interest in minorities (Jews and Christians), language, inter-cultural relations, institutions, textual history, and numismatics.
Edward Wright-Rios (email)
Associate Professor of History (Ph.D., University of California, San Diego, 2004). Specializes in the cultural history of Modern Mexico. His book, Revolutions in Mexican Catholicism: Reform and Revelation in Oaxaca, 1887-1934, (Duke University Press, 2009) won the 2010 Murdo J. MacLeod Prize of the Latin American and Caribbean Section of the Southern Historical Association.