Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies
Brooks College Faculty Member
Latin American Studies
Brooks College Partnership:
Department of Political Science
Central American Political History, Latin American Migration, Latin American-US relations during the Cold War, Religion and US Foreign Policy.
Recent Awards and Honors
2006-2007 Two Hewlett-Mellon Large Faculty Development Grants, Albion College. Supported three research trips to the Eisenhower Presidential Library in Abilene, Kansas.
2004 Rogge Fund, Wabash College. Supported immersion component of course NAFTA and the Reconstruction of Borders, with travel to the Mexican and Canadian borders.
2002 Faculty Development Grant, Wabash College. Supported a “Reverse Migration Trip” with two students to Mexico.
1994 Fulbright Fellow, Guatemala. Ten month field research for dissertation.
“Eisenhower and Millennial Mobilization for Cold War,” revised manuscript under review at the Journal of Cold War Politics, May 2009.
“If States Make Coffee, does Coffee Makes States? The Case of Guatemala,” manuscript submitted to Comparative Studies in Society and History, May 2009.
“Militarism.” International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition. MacMillan Reference, 2007.
“Imperial Incompetence and Guatemalan Militarism, 1931-1966.” International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society (Summer 2004): 585-618.
Archival work on US foreign relations with Latin America, Research on Latin American migration to Michigan and the region, or anything to with the political history of Central America
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