Latin American Studies Faculty
Professor of Biology
Has studied rainforest plant/insect interrelationships for more than 20 years. She leads students to Latin American countries such as Ecuador and Costa Rica for the field research course Biological Problems. Ph.D., University of Texas; B.S., University of Michigan.
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Specializes in Latin American literature. He teaches Introduction to Latin American Studies, Latin American Short Story and Novel, Latin American Poetry, and Modern Latin American Theatre. M.A. and Ph.D., Indiana University, Bloomington; B.A., University of Wisconsin.
Associate Professor of Politics
Specializes in the politics of Latin America and teaches U.S. Foreign Policy and Political Economy of Developing Countries. Ph.D., C.Phil., and M.A., University of California, Los Angeles; B.A., Michigan State University.