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Gabriel Paquette, Director
Professor, Department of History
Portugal, Spain and their Empires (c.1650-1975), Atlantic history, Brazilian history since c. 1700, history of international relations, Colonial Spanich American history
email
410-516-0272

Emma Cervone, Associate Director
Professor, Andean Studies
St. Andrews University, Scotland
Concentration on complexities of contemporary postcolonial societies as well as of their implications and impacts on anthropological practice.
email
410-516-5488


SAIS

Francisco E. González
Riordan Roett Associate Professor of Latin American Studies
email
202-663-7751


Bloomberg School of Public Health

Marc Boulay
Assistant Professor, Health, Behavior and Society
email
410-659-6300

Laura Caulfield
Professor, International Health
email
410-955-2786

Deanna L. Kerrigan
Associate Professor, Health, Behavior and Society; International Health
email
410-955-2218

Daniela C. Rodriguez
Assistant Scientist, International Health
email
443-287-0835

Pamela J. Surkan
Assistant Professor, International Health; Health, Behavior and Society; Population, Family and Reproductive Health
email
410-955-2378

Lawrence Wissow
Professor, Health, Behavior and Society; International Health; Epidemiology
email
410-614-1243


School of Medicine

Juan R. Carhuapoma
Associate Professor, Neurology; Anesthesiology/Critical Care Medicine
Neurosciences Critical Care Division
email
410-955-7481

Rafael Guerrero Preston
email
410-502-8212

Kathleen R. Page
Assistant Professor, Medicine-Infectious Diseases
email
410-614-1814


Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

William Egginton
Professor, German & Romance Languages & Literatures
Spanish and Latin American literatures, literary theory, and the relation between literature and philosophy. 
email
410-516-7510
 

Nadia Altschul
Assistant Professor, German and Romance Languages & Literatures
Medieval Spanish Literature; Medievalism
email
410-516-8571

Sara Castro-Klaren
Professor, German & Romance Languages & Literatures
Latin American Literature, colonial studies, discourse analysis, contemporary novel
email

410-516- 8790

Eduardo González
Professor, German & Romance Languages & Literatures
Spanish and Latin American literature and cinema
email
410-516-4615

Michael Hanchard
Professor, Political Science
Comparative Politics, Latin American Politics, and Comparative Racial Politics
email
410-516-4993

Margaret E. Keck
Professor, Political Science
Comparative Politics, Latin American politics and the environment
email
410-516-7536

Franklin Knight
Professor, History
Latin American and Caribbean social and economic history with an emphasis on the late colonial period, American slave systems, modern Caribbean
email
410-516-7591

Juan Obarrio
Assistant Professor, Anthropology
The political, law and temporality, theology in relation to state and the economy, memory and subjectivity, magic, violence, value, experimental writing. Southern Africa, Latin America.
email
410-516-8904

Cindy Parker
Assistant Professor, Earth and Planetary Sciences
Global Warming, Climate Change
email
410-516-7209

Deborah Poole
Professor, Anthropology
Visuality and representation; race and ethnicity; violence, liberalism, and the state; law and judicial reform; Latin America (Peru, Mexico)
email
410-516-7272

Maria Portuondo
Associate Professor, History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Early modern Spanish and Latin American cosmography and geography: science and exploration, history of technology
email
410-516-4485

Wayne B. Smith
Political Science
U.S Latin American relations.
email
410-516-7540

Magda von der Heydt-Coca
Sociology
Contemporary Sociology, Andean Region.
email
410-516-5488

 


Emeriti 

Mary M. Bensabat-Ott
Lecturer, German & Romance Languages & Literatures
Portuguese language, Brazilian literature and culture
email

Richard Kagan
Professor, History
Early modern European history with an emphasis on Spain and Iberian expansion
email

Lea Ybarra
Interdepartmental, crosslisted with: Romance Languages & Literatures, Political Science, History, Sociology, and Chicano Studies
email
410-735-4100

                                           

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