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THE FACULTY

The Latin American and Latino Studies faculty are those professors who are involved in Latin American teaching, research, and programs. Their specializations range from Latin American politics, history, religion, philosophy, culture and literature. (Those faculty with asterisks by their names are members of the Latin American and Latino Studies Concentration Committee.)  

Komla Aggor. (SP)   Ph.D. UCLA. Spanish Studies

David Anderson.* (SP)  Ph.D. Vanderbilt University. Latin American Literatures and Cultures

Katherine Gyékenyesi Gatto. (SP)  Ph.D. Case Western Reserve University. Spanish Studies

Dwight Hahn.* (PO)  Ph.D. University of California at Riverside. Comparative Politics with Area Specialization in Latin America

Robert Kolesar.* (HS)  Ph.D. Clark  University. History

Enrique Luengo.* (SP)  Ph.D. UCLA, Latin American Literatures and Cultures

María Marsilli. (HS)  Ph.D. Emory. Latin American History

Mariana Ortega.* (PL)  Ph.D. University of California at San Diego.   Philosophy

Debra J. Rosenthal.* (EN)  Ph.D. Princeton University. Comparative Literature of the Americas

Christopher A. Sheil.* (BL) Ph.D. Tropical Ecology

Thomas Schubeck, S.J.,* (RL)  Ph.D. University of Southern California. The Church and Social Issues in Latin America

Dr. Gloria Vaquera. * (SC), Ph.D. Universty of New Mexico, Latino Studies, Race and Ethnicity, and Sociology of Education

 

 
 
Latin American and Latino Studies
  • Dr. Robert Kolesar
    Phone: 216-397-4559

  • Dr. Maria Marsilli
    Phone: 216-397-4174

    LASC Co-coordinators
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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