Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

Faculty

Core faculty of the Stone Center for Latin American Studies hold regular faculty appointments, engage in research in Latin America, and teach one or more Latin American content courses or direct M.A. theses or Ph.D. dissertations on the area. Associate faculty are regular faculty who engage in research in Latin America or teach Latin American content courses. Affiliate faculty are regular faculty or administrators with demonstrated research interests in Latin America. Visiting faculty occupy post-doctoral, adjunct, or visiting faculty positions and have demonstrated research interests in Latin America.

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  • Maria Akchurin

    CIPR Post-Doctoral Fellow
  • Laura Rosanne Adderley

    Associate Professor - History
  • Adrian Anagnost

    Assistant Professor - Art History
  • E. Wyllys Andrews, V

    Professor Emeritus - Anthropology
  • Katherine Andrinopoulos

    Associate Professor - Global Health Systems and Development
  • Rebecca Atencio

    Associate Professor - Spanish and Portuguese
  • Idelber Avelar

    Professor - Spanish and Portuguese
  • Mia Bagneris

    Associate Professor - Art History
  • Melissa Bailes

    Assistant Professor - English
  • Agustina Monasterio Baldor

    Assistant Professor - Spanish and Portuguese
  • William Balée

    Professor - Anthropology
  • Antonio Barrios

    Clinical Assistant Professor - Urology Department, Director - International Liaison for Advanced Urologic Care
  • William E. Bertrand

    Wisner Professor of Public Health - Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences
  • Jane Bertrand

    Professor and Chair - Global Health Systems and Development
  • Elizabeth Boone

    Martha and Donald Robertson Chair in Latin American Studies - Newcomb Art Department
  • James Boyden

    Associate Professor - History
  • Victoria Bricker

    Professor Emerita - Anthropology
  • Michael E. Brumbaugh

    Assistant Professor - Classical Studies
  • Pierre Buekens

    W.H. Watkins Professor of Epidemiology - Public Health and Tropical Medicine
  • Michael Burke

    Professor - Business, Lawrence Martin Chair in Business
  • Carolina Caballero

    Professor of Practice - Spanish and Portuguese
  • Hortensia Calvo

    Doris Stone Director - The Latin American Library
  • Marcello Canuto

    Director - Middle American Research Institute, Professor - Anthropology
  • Arachu Castro

    Senior Associate Research Fellow - Samuel Z. Stone Chair of Public Health in Latin America
  • Christopher Chambers-Ju

    CIPR Post-Doctoral Fellow
  • M. Pia Chaparro

    Assistant Professor - Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences
  • John Charles

    Associate Professor - Spanish and Portuguese
  • Eugene Cizek

    Professor Emeritus - Architecture
  • Mary Clark

    Associate Professor - Political Science
  • Emily Clark

    Professor - History
  • Adrienne Colella

    Professor, A.B. Freeman Chair -  Business
  • Felipe Fernandes Cruz

    Assistant Professor - History
  • Steven Darwin

    Professor - Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
  • Roxanne Dávila

    Professor of Practice - Spanish & Portuguese, Director - Basic Language Program in Spanish
  • Diogo de Lima

    Senior Professor of Practice - Theatre & Dance
  • Martin Dimitrov

    Associate Professor - Political Science
  • Christopher Dunn

    Professor - Spanish & Portuguese
  • John Edwards

    Associate Professor - Economics
  • Patrick Egan

    Assistant Professor - Political Science
  • Ludovico Feoli

    Permanent Researcher and CEO, CIAPA, Executive Director - Center for Inter-American Policy and Research at Tulane University
  • George C. Flowers

    Associate Professor - Earth & Environmental Science
  • Guadalupe García

    Assistant Professor - History
  • Amy George-Hirons

    Senior Professor of Practice - Spanish and Portuguese
  • Annie Gibson

    Administrative Assistant Professor - Department of Global Education
  • Antonio Daniel Gómez

    Associate Professor - Spanish & Portuguese
  • Daniel Gough

    Zemurray-Stone Post-Doctoral Fellow
  • Eduardo Guzmán-Saenz

    Lecturer - Business
  • Benjamin M. Han

    Assistant Professor - Communication
  • Günther Handl

    Professor - Law
  • Dan M. Healan

    Professor Emeritus - Anthropology
  • Christine Hernández

    Curator of Special Collections - Latin American Library
  • Yuri Herrera-Gutiérrez

    Associate Professor - Spanish and Portuguese
  • Claudia Herrera

    Research Assistant Professor - Public Health and Tropical Medicine
  • Laila Hlass

    Professor of Practice - Law, Director of Experiential Learning
  • Oliver Houck

    Professor - Law
  • Harry Howard

    Associate Professor - Spanish & Portuguese
  • James D. Huck, Jr.

    SCLAS Assistant Director for Graduate Programs
  • Martha Huggins

    Professor Emerita - Sociology
  • Laura-Zoë Humphreys

    Assistant Professor - Communication
  • Katharine Jack

    Professor - Anthropology, Director - Environmental Studies
  • Jordan Karubian

    Associate Professor - Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
  • Carl Kendall

    Professor - Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences, Director - Center for Global Health Equity
  • Thomas A. Klingler

    Professor - French & Italian
  • Kris Lane

    Professor - History, France Vinton Scholes Chair in Colonial Latin American History
  • Amalia Leguizamón

    Assistant Professor - Sociology
  • Camilo Arturo Leslie

    Assistant Professor - Sociology
  • Paul Lewis

    Professor Emeritus - Political Science
  • Jack C. Ling

    Emeritus Clinical Professor - Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences
  • Jana Lipman

    Associate Professor - History
  • Ana M. López

    Director - Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute, Professor - Communication, Associate Provost - Office for Faculty Affairs
  • M. Casey Kane Love

    Senior Professor of Practice - Political Science
  • Megwen Loveless

    Senior Professor of Practice - Spanish & Portuguese, Director - Basic Language Program in Portuguese,
  • Nora Lustig

    Professor - Economics, Samuel Z. Stone Chair of Latin American Economics
  • Colin M. MacLachlan

    Emeritus - History
  • Judith Maxwell

    Louise Rebevva Schawe and Williedell Schawe Memorial Professor - Linguistics and Anthropology
  • Vicki Mayer

    Professor - Communication, Associate Dean for Academic Initiatives and Curriculum
  • Sabia McCoy-Torres

    Assistant Professor - Anthropology
  • Marilyn Miller

    Associate Professor - Spanish & Portuguese
  • Nancy Mock

    Associate Professor - Global Health Systems and Development
  • Tatsuya Murakami

    Assistant Professor - Anthropology
  • Laura Murphy

    Clinical Associate Professor - Global Community Health & Behavioral Sciences (GCHB), Associate Director - Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking (TAYLOR)
  • Stephen A. Nelson

    Associate Professor - Earth & Environmental Science
  • Jason S. Nesbitt

    Assistant Professor - Anthropology
  • Pamela Jane Neumann

    Zemurray-Stone Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow
  • Richard Oberhelman

    Professor and Chair - Global Community Health & Behavioral Sciences
  • Virginia Oliveros

    Assistant Professor - Political Science
  • Tatjana Pavlovic

    Professor - Spanish & Portuguese
  • Valerie Paz-Soldán

    Associate Professor - Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences, Director - Health Office for Latin America
  • Scott Pentzer

    Associate Dean for the Center for Global Education
  • Stephanie Porras

    Assistant Professor - Art History
  • Mauro Porto

    Associate Professor - Communication
  • Lance Query

    Director Emeritus - Howard-Tilton Memorial Library
  • Wayne Reed

    Professor - Physics
  • Linnette F. Reed

    Senior Professor of Practice - Spanish & Portuguese
  • Thomas F. Reese

    SCLAS Executive Director. Professor - Art History
  • Carol McMichael Reese

    Professor - Architecture
  • Fernando Rivera-Díaz

    Associate Professor - Spanish & Portuguese
  • Christopher Rodning

    Professor - Anthropology
  • Diego Rose

    Professor - Global Community Health and Behavioral Science
  • Oana Sabo

    Assistant Professor - French and Italian Studies
  • Ana Sánchez-Rojo

    Assistant Professor - Music
  • Susan Schroeder

    Professor Emerita - History
  • Daniel Sharp

    Associate Professor - Music
  • Maureen E. Shea

    Associate Professor - Spanish & Portuguese
  • Thomas Sherry

    Professor - Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
  • Dale Shuger

    Associate Professor- Spanish & Portuguese
  • G. Eduardo Silva

    Professor - Lydian Chair of Political Science
  • David Smilde

    Charles A. and Leo M. Favrot Professor of Human Relations and Senior Associate Fellow at CIPR
  • Raymond Taras

    Professor - Political Science
  • Caz Taylor

    Associate Professor - Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • John M. Trapani, III

    Professor - Business, Director - Goldring Institute of International Business
  • Beverly Trask

    Associate Professor - Theatre & Dance
  • Constantino Urcuyo

    Academic Director - Centro de Investigación y Adiestramiento Político Administrativo
  • Sunshine A. Van Bael

    Assistant Professor - Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • John Verano

    Professor - Anthropology
  • Dawn Wesson

    Associate Professor - Public Health & Tropical Medicine
  • Edward D. White

    Associate Professor - English, Pierce Butler Chair in American Literature
  • Edith Wolfe

    SCLAS Assistant Director for Undergraduate Programs
  • Justin Wolfe

    Associate Professor - History, Arceneaux Professorship in Latin American History
  • Ralph Lee Woodward

    Professor Emeritus - History
  • Marc Zender

    Assistant Professor - Anthropology
  • Karen Zumhagen-Yekplé

    Assistant Professor - English

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Tulane Anthropology Colloquium Series to host Walter E. Little for talk on Maya clothing consumption

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The 2018-2019 Tulane Anthropology Student Association’s colloquium series An Exploration of Power Through Practice, will continue on Friday, November 30, 3:30 PM. Join us in welcoming Dr. Walter E. Little who will present his research in a talk titled Maya Clothing Consumption and the Problem of Handmade.

Dr. Little is a professor at the University of Albany. His research focuses on the socio-economic and political lives of Latin Americans, primarily indigenous peoples. My multi-sited ethnographic research in Guatemala and Mexico combines political economy and symbolic/interpretive perspectives in order to better understand the politics of identity, international aid and economic development, heritage and tourism in urban places, and handicrafts and marketplaces. In this talk, Dr. Little will explore the contradictory consumption practice of Guatemalan Mayas via ethnographic research in Kaqchikel and K’ichee’ speaking towns to address critiques of what constitutes ‘handmade’ clothing. The new production techniques and shifting economic conditions that challenge notions of what is handmade have resulted in debates that challenge gendered and cultural identity positions.

The colloquium is free and open to the public.

The Tulane Anthropology Student Association is the graduate student organization whose year-long representatives serve as liaisons between the anthropology faculty and student populations. TASA representatives also organize the colloquium series. Colloquia are held in the first floor of Dinwiddie Hall and provide a venue for upper level graduate students, faculty members and outside scholars to present and discuss their anthropologically-themed research. TASA representatives also attend Graduate School Student Association (GSSA) as well as Graduate and Professional School Association (GAPSA) meetings and participate in the decisions made by these overarching Tulane graduate student organizations.

La Hora del Cuento: Fall Bilingual Story Hour at the Pebbles Center

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This fall, join us for La hora del cuenta bilingual readings series at the Pebbles Centers of the New Orleans Public Libraries!

On the first and last Saturday of every month, we will read a bilingual book at the Algiers Regional Library and the Children’s Resource Center Library beginning on Saturday, August 25 until Saturday, December 29. Children and parents are welcome!

Story Hours Dates and Locations

Algiers Regional Branch
Saturday, September 1
10:30 AM

Saturday, October 6
10:30 AM

Saturday, November 3
10:30 AM

Saturday, December 1
10:30 AM

Children’s Resource Center Library
Saturday, August 25
10:30 AM

Saturday, September 22
10:30 AM

Saturday, October 27
10:30 AM

Saturday, November 24
10:30 AM

Saturday, December 29
10:30 AM

2019 Global Read Webinar Series: Diversity in Children's Literature for the classroom

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This spring, the World Area Book Awards (Américas Award, Africana Book Award, Middle East Book Award, South Asia Book Award, and the Freeman Book Award) will sponsor a free 60 minute webinar on a book recognized by one of the awards and facilitate a discussion with the author on how to incorporate the book into the classroom.

The 2019 Global Read Webinar Series will focus on the theme diversity in children’s literature. The webinar will be recorded and archived online and have accompanying curricula to correspond with the book.

Webinar Schedule

January
Middle East Book Award

February
Africana Book Award

March
Américas Book Award

April
Freeman Book Award

May
South Asia Book Award and picture books from all book awards

Teaching Cuban Culture & Society: A K-12 Summer Educator Institute in Cuba

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The Stone Center for Latin American Studies and the Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute at Tulane University are proud to announce a two-week summer educator institute exploring the geography, culture and history of Cuba. For an educator, Cuba is rich with lessons to bring into the classroom. This program highlights the important historical and cultural connections between the United States and Cuba. Participants will explore key sites and meet local experts and artists who will provide unique insight for educators who teach such subjects as U.S./Latin American Relations, World Geography, World History, and Spanish among others. Come and visit the site of the historic Bay of Pigs, explore Milton Hershey’s sugar plantation and hear firsthand about the Cuban national literacy campaign from the teachers themselves.

More information coming soon!

Please email crcrts@tulane.edu or call 504.865.5164 for additional details.