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Latin American & Caribbean Studies Program

Faculty

The multidisciplinary Latin American & Caribbean Studies Program draws faculty from a range of departments, including anthropology, environmental studies, political science, global languages, and more.

Faculty

Susan Montgomery

Susan Montgomery

Program Director | Associate Professor

Olin Library 241

407.646.2295

Dr. Ashley Kistler

Dr. Ashley Kistler

Professor of Anthropology

Cornell Hall - 105

407.691.1707

Barry Allen

Barry Allen

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies

Beal Maltbie Center - 110

407.646.2647

Dexter Boniface

Dexter Boniface

Professor of Political Science

Cornell Hall - 202

407.646.2389

Shan-Estelle Brown

Shan-Estelle Brown

Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Cornell Hall - 101

407.646.2626

Rosana Díaz-Zambrana

Rosana Díaz-Zambrana

Professor of Spanish

Casa Iberia - 102 C

407.646.2143

Alberto Prieto-Calixto

Alberto Prieto-Calixto

Professor of Spanish

Casa Iberia - 100

407.646.2217

Patricia Tomé

Patricia Tomé

Professor of Spanish

Casa Iberia

407.691.1379

Julia Maskivker

Julia Maskivker

Associate Professor Political Science

Cornell Hall - 236

407.646.2301

Joshua Savala

Joshua Savala

Assistant Professor of History

Cornell Hall - 203

407.646.2762

Keith L. Wittingham, Ph.D.

Keith L. Wittingham, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Management Science

Bush Executive Center - 217

407.646.2184

Gisela Carbonell, Ph.D.

Gisela Carbonell, Ph.D.

Curator

Rollins Museum of Art

407.646.1581

Stephanie Gonzalez Guittar

Stephanie Gonzalez Guittar

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Cornell Social Sciences Building - Room 108

407.646.2653

Thaís R.S. de Sant' Ana

Thaís R.S. de Sant' Ana

Alfred J. Hanna Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow

Hauck 205

(407) 646-2477

Ph.D. (History), University of Illinois
M.A. & B.A. (History), University of Campinas
B.A. (Tourism), Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas
Visiting Grad. Student/Scholar, University of Alberta

Research Interests:Latin America; Caribbean; world history; migration; urban; environmental; women, gender & culture; and museums & world's fairs

Teaching: Brazil, Canada, Illinois