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I teach courses for undergraduates and graduate students on modern Latin America and the comparative history of gender, reproduction, family, and law.


Recent classes include:


  • Seeking Asylum: History, Politics and the Search for Justice on the U.S.-Mexico Border (learn more about this course here)

  • Family, Race, and Nation

  • Global Politics of Reproduction

  • Origin Stories: Race, Genealogy, and Citizenship in the Modern World

  • Reproducing Inequalities: Families in Latin American History

  • Women and Gender in Latin American History

  • Inequalities: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Latin American History and Society

  • Modern Latin American History  

  • Power, Law, and the State in Latin America (graduate)

  • Bodies and Populations in Latin American History (graduate)


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