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Levenson-Estrada

Deborah Levenson-Estrada
Assistant Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. New York University

Nineteenth- and twentieth-century Latin America, with special interest in the social history of family, women, and children; Brazil; modern Latin American history, including urban history, gender and social movements.

617-552-3790
deborah.levenson-estrada@bc.edu
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Morgan

Zachary Morgan
Assitant Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. Brown University

Race, revolution, and military dictatorships in modern Latin America; African diaspora throughout the Americas, especially Brazil.

617-552-6948
zachary.morgan@bc.edu
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Sylvia Sellers-Garcia
Assistant Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. University of California-Berkeley

Colonial Latin America; early modern Spain; colonial Central America; history of Spanish empire; spatial history and cartography.


sylvia.sellers-garcia@bc.edu
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Frank F. Taylor
Associate Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences

Economic, social, political, and diplomatic history of the Caribbean; history of the African diaspora; Black social and political thought.

617-552-3239
frank.taylor@bc.edu
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