Latin America

  • Intersecting Lines


    Celso Thomas Castilho and Sara Kozameh | Feb 20, 2024

    An increasing number of job ads for modern Latin American history now also ask for expertise in Latino/x history. Why?
  • AHA Member Spotlight: María de los Ángeles Picone

    Perspectives Daily

    AHA Staff | Feb 8, 2024

    María de los Ángeles Picone is an assistant professor of history at Boston College. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts, and...
  • AHA Member Spotlight: Joe Clark

    Perspectives Daily

    AHA Staff | Feb 1, 2024

    Joe Clark is an assistant professor of history at the University of Kentucky. He lives in Lexington, Kentucky, and has been a member since 2012.
  • Medicalized Enslavement, Disability, and Southeast Asian Art

    AHA Activities

    Mark Philip Bradley | Dec 15, 2023

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Most Recent

  • Francis A. Dutra (1938–2021)

    Sarah Cline | Nov 1, 2023

    Francis A. Dutra, a historian of early modern Portugal and Brazil at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), died in March 2021.
  • AHA Member Spotlight: Lissette Acosta Corniel

    AHA Staff | Oct 6, 2023

    Lissette Acosta Corniel is an assistant professor at Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY. She lives in New York City...
  • Teaching and Pedagogy

    Mark Philip Bradley | Sep 18, 2023

    The AHR looks at pedagogy, Indigenous histories, revolution, the Cold War, the role of AI in historical practice, and more.
  • Peggy K. Liss (1927–2023)

    Margaret R. Hawkins | Jun 16, 2023

    Peggy K. Liss, a historian of Spain, Latin America, and transatlantic empires, died on March 17, 2023, at 95 years of age.
  • AHA Member Spotlight: Marcelo Aranda

    Matthew Keough | May 9, 2023

    Marcelo Aranda is an American studies and digital humanities coordinator at North Carolina School of Science and Math–Morganton. He lives...

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