Curriculum Vitae

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Education
2015 PhD, Department of History, New York University
2003 Master of International Affairs, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
2002 BA, Department of Political Science, Barnard College
Professional Appointments
2022– Co-Chair, Program in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies, Johns Hopkins University
2018– Assistant Professor, Sociology and Latin American Studies, Johns Hopkins University
2017–2018 Fellow, Weatherhead Initiative on Global History, Harvard University
2017–2018 Assistant Research Professor, Sociology, Johns Hopkins University
2015–2017 Assistant Professor, History and International Studies, Rowan University
Select Publications

Monograph

2021 Revolution in Development: Mexico and the Governance of the Global Economy. Oakland: University of California Press.

Reviewed in American Journal of Sociology, Hispanic American Historical Review, Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos, Journal of Latin American Studies, Latin American Research Review, Diplomatic History, NACLA Report on the Americas, Economic History Review, etc.

Journal Articles

2023 Developmentalism as Internationalism: Toward a Global Historical Sociology of the Origins of the Development Project,” Sociology of Development 9, no. 1: 33–55.
2022 ‘Our Balkan Peninsula’: The Mexican Question in the League of Nations Debate,” Diplomatic History 46, no. 2: 237–262.
2022 Establishing the Limits of the Liberal International Order: Latin America and the Demand for Development, Cambridge Review of International Affairs 35, no. 5: 680–697.
2018 A Mexican International Economic Order? Tracing the Hidden Roots of the Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States,” Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development 9, no. 3, 389-421.

Chapters

2023 “Fences Make Bad Hombres: Trump in Latin America,” in Chaos Reconsidered: The Liberal Order and the Future of International Politics, Robert Jervis, Diane N. Labrosse, Stacie E. Goddard, and Joshua Rovner, eds. (New York: Columbia University Press). 
2020 “Responding to a Revolution: The ‘Mexican Question’ in the United States,” in A Companion to U.S. Foreign Relations, Colonial Era to the Present, Volume 1, Chris Dietrich, ed. (Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell), 325–344.
2020  “A Mexican New International Economic Order?” in Latin America and the Global Cold War, Thomas Field, Stella Krepp, and Vanni Pettinà, eds. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2020), 301–342. (Republished from Humanity).
2018 “‘Mexico Has the Theories’: Latin America and the Invention of Development in the 1930s,” in The Development Century: A Global History, Stephen Macekura and Erez Manela, eds. (New York: Cambridge), 263–282.
2017 “Voice and Vote for the Weaker Nations: Mexico’s Bretton Woods,” in Global Perspectives on the Bretton Woods Conference and the Post-War World Order, G. Scott-Smith and J. Simon Rofe, eds. (London: Palgrave MacMillan), 149–165.

Volumes and Special Issues Edited

2022 Co-editor with Luis Rodríguez, Special Issue of Cambridge Review of International Affairs including introduction: “The Liberal International Order and the Global South: A View from Latin America,” vol 35, no. 5: 626–638.
2009 Co-editor with D. Fireside, A. Reuss, P. Morales, and C. Tilly, Real World Latin America: A Contemporary Economics and Social Policy Reader. Boston: Dollars & Sense.
2005 Co-editor with Eric Hershberg, The Development Imperative: Toward a People-Centered Approach. New York: Social Science Research Council.

Book Reviews

2023 Review of Jeremy Adelman and Gyan Prakash, eds., Inventing the Third World: In Search of Freedom for the Postwar Global South (London: Bloomsbury, 2023), H-Diplo, July 26, 2023
2023 Review of Review of Jamie Martin, The Meddlers: Sovereignty, Empire, and the Birth of Global Economic Governance (Harvard University Press 2022), H-Diplo Roundtable, June 5, 2023.
2023 Review of Margarita Fajardo, The World That Latin America Created: The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America in the Development Era (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2022), Journal of Social History 56 no. 3: 715–717.
2022 Review of Benjamin T Smith, The Dope: The Real History of the Mexican Drug Trade (W.W. Norton, 2021), The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs 36, no. 2: 317–139.
2022 Review of A.S. Dillingham, Oaxaca Resurgent: Indigeneity, Development, and Inequality in Twentieth-Century Mexico (Stanford University Press, 2021), Journal of Interdisciplinary History 53, no. 2: 370–372.
2022 Review of Fernando Calderón and Manuel Castells, The New Latin America (Polity Press, 2020), Bulletin of Latin American Research 41, no 5: 684–685.
2022 Review of Benjamin Montoya, Risking Immeasurable Harm: Immigration Restriction and U.S.–Mexican Diplomatic Relations, 1924–1932 (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020), Diplomatic History 46, no. 4: 826–829.
2022 Review of Michael L. Rosino, Debating the Drug War: Race, Politics and the Media (New York: Routledge, 2021), American Journal of Sociology 127, no. 5: 1709–1710.
2021 Review of Daniela Spenser, In Combat: The Life of Lombardo Toledano (Leiden: Brill, 2020), The Americas: A Quarterly Review of Latin American History 78, no. 3: 528–529.
2021 Review of Eric Zolov, The Last Good Neighbor: Mexico in the Global Sixties (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2020), H-Diplo Roundtable, March 29, 2021.
2020 Review of Lars Schoultz, In Their Own Best Interest: A History of the U.S. Effort to Improve Latin Americans (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2018), Latin American Politics and Society 62, no 4: 22–25.
2020 Review of Jeremy Slack, Deported to Death: How Drug Violence is Changing Migration on the U.S.–Mexico Border (Oakland: University of California Press, 2019) Journal of American Ethnic History 39, no. 4: 102–104.
2020 Response to Bessner and Logevall’s “Recentering the United States in the Historiography of American Foreign Relations,” H-Diplo Roundtable, May 25, 2020.
2020 Review of Sara Lorenzini, Global Development: A Cold War History (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2019), H-Diplo Roundtable, May 11, 2020.
2018 Review of Maria-Aparecida Lopes and María Cecilia Zuleta, eds., Mercados en común. Estudios sobre conexiones transnacionales, negocios y diplomacia en las Américas (México, D.F.: El Colegio de México, 2016), Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 43, no. 2: 310–312.
2018 Review of Tore Olsson, Agrarian Crossings: Reformers and the Remaking of the US and Mexican Countryside (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2017), Journal of Peasant Studies 45, no. 3: 697–682, and H-Diplo Roundtable, June 10, 2019.
2016 Review of Alan McPherson and Yannick Wehrli, Beyond Geopolitics: New Histories of Latin America at the League of Nations (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2015), H-Diplo, May 2016.
Fellowships, Grants, and Awards
2024-26 Open Society Foundation, Education & Ideas Collaborative Grant: The History and Political Economy Project (co-PI with Quinn Slobodian)
2023 Kluge Fellowship, The John W. Kluge Center, Library of Congress
2021–25 William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Economy and Society Grant: The History and Political Economy Project (co-PI with Quinn Slobodian)
2020 Provost’s PhD Professional Development Innovation Initiative Award, Johns Hopkins
2019 Faculty Center Award for Excellence in Faculty Advising, Rowan University
2018 Dean’s Interdisciplinary Project Grant, Latin America in a Globalizing World Initiative, Johns Hopkins University (with Casey Lurtz, Bécquer Seguin, Alessandro Angelini)
2017 Fellowship, Weatherhead Initiative on Global History, Harvard University
2017 Mellon-Sawyer Fellowship in Comparative Revolutions, Brandeis University (declined)
2017 Frances R. Lax Award for Faculty Development, Rowan University
2015 Lewis Hanke Post-Doctoral Award Conference on Latin American History (CLAH)
2014 Mellon Foundation Dissertation Completion Fellowship American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)
2014 Mellon Foundation Dissertation Completion Fellowship, NYU GSAS (declined)
2013 Dissertation Research Grant Harvard Center for History and Economics / Institute for New Economic Thinking
2012 International Dissertation Research Fellowship Social Science Research Council
2012  Samuel Flagg Bemis Dissertation Research Grant Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR)
2010 Alumni Fellowship, Barnard College Alumnae Association
2001 Harry S. Truman Scholarship
Invited Talks
2024 University of California, Santa Barbara, History and Political Economy Colloquium, “To Reckon with the Riot: Social Protest and Global Economic Governance,” January 12.
2023 American University, School of International Service, Historical International Studies Research Cluster: “To Reckon with the Riot: Social Protest and Global Economic Governance,” October 17.
2023 Harvard University, International and Global History Seminar: “To Reckon with the Riot: Social Protest and Global Economic Governance,” March 8.
2023 University College London, The Americas and the World Seminar: “Mexican Foreign Relations from the Revolution to the Cold War,” February 6.
2023 Yale University, History Department and Jackson School of Global Affairs: “To Reckon with the Riot: Social Protest and Global Economic Governance,” January 26.
2023 Boston University, Pardee School of Global Affairs: “To Reckon with the Riot: Social Protest and Global Economic Governance,” January 18.
2022 George Washington University, International Relations Workshop: “To Reckon with the Riot: Social Protest and Global Economic Governance,” December 1.
2022 Yale University, Global and International History Workshop: “To Reckon with the Riot: Social Protest and Global Economic Governance,” November 14.

Presentations of Revolution in Development

2023 Harvard Business School, Business History Initiative, Oct 16.
2022 American Society of International Law, International Economic Law Interest Group, September 30.
  New York University, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Department of History, May 12.
  New York University, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Department of History, May 12.
  Graduate Institute Geneva and SciencesPo, Seminar in International Law and Global History, March 17.
2021 Cornell University, Critical Development Studies Seminar, November 19.
  York University, Department of Politics and Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean (CERLAC), November 5.
  University of California, Berkeley, Department of Sociology, September 20.
  Harvard University, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, September 8.
  University of Chicago, Katz Center for Mexican Studies Seminar, April 27.
  University of Connecticut, Department of History and Institute of Latina/o, Caribbean, and Latin American Studies, April 16.
  Embassy of Mexico to the Kingdom of Norway, April 16.
  University of Utrecht, Global and Imperial Relations Cluster, April 13.
  Colegio de México, Seminario de Historia Internacional, February 26.
  Dartmouth College, Department of History Symposium, February 26.
  Southern Methodist University, Department of History, February 24.
2021 Harvard University, Center for International Development, Diversity in Development Series: “Alternative Visions of ‘Development,’” November 17.
2019 University of California Los Angeles, Department of Sociology, Political Sociology of the Global South Seminar: “Revolution in Development: Mexico and the Governance of the Global Economy,” November 22.
2019 George Washington University, Department of History: “‘The Solidarity We Demand Is a Condition of Survival’: Mexico, the United States, and the Global Economy in the 1970s,” November 1.
2019 University of New Mexico, Latin American & Iberian Institute: “Revolution in Development: Mexico and the Governance of the Global Economy,” October 25.
2019 The New School for Social Research, Department of Sociology, “Historical Sociology from the South: Perspectives and the New School Legacy,” April 5.
2017 Harvard University, Weatherhead Initiative on Global History Seminar, “A Mexican New International Economic Order?,” November 13.
2017 Yale University, Council of Iberian and Latin American Studies: “Mexico has the Theories: The Latin American Origins of Development in the United States,” October 31.
2017 Temple University, Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy: “Neoliberalism and the Narco-State: The Political Economy of U.S.-Mexican Relations Today,” September 28.
2017 Tamiment Library Cold War Seminar: “Not Just Rights, but Duties: Mexico and the New International Economic Order,” October 5.
2017 Johns Hopkins University, Department of Sociology: “Revolution in Development: Mexico and the Governance of the Global Economy,” May 2.
2017 The New School for Social Research, Janey Program in Latin American Studies: “Revolution in Development: Mexico and the Governance of the Global Economy,” April 20.
2015 University of California, Los Angeles, Center for Social Theory and Comparative History: “Mexico: Popular Resistance, the Narco-state and the U.S.” June 1.
2014 Baruch College, CUNY, Department of History: “A New Legal and Philosophic Conception of Credit:” The International Impact of Mexico’s Vision of Debt, Finance and Development in the 1930s,” February 21.
Select Conference Presentations
2024 American Historical Association (AHA) Annual Meeting, San Francisco: Panel presentation for Toynbee Prize Foundation Roundtable: “What Is Global History Now?”
2023 Social Science History Association (SSHA) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC: Panel presentation for “Roundtable: After the Cold War.”
2023 American University, School of International Service: Panel presentation for Chaos Reconsidered: The Liberal Order and the Future of International Politics book launch.
2023 American Sociological Association (ASA) Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, Historical Sociology Paper Session: “To Reckon with the Riot: Global Economic Governance and Social Protest.”
2023 Associação Brasileira de Relações Internacionais (ABRI) Annual Meeting, Belo Horizonte, Brasil: Roundtable presentation on “Economia Política Internacional num mundo em transição: agendas de pesquisa e desafios contemporâneos.”
2023 Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR), Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA: “On the Origins of the NIEO: Methodology and Archives in International History.”
2023 Global Histories of Austerity Past and Present Symposium, University of Wisconsin, Madison: “Resistance before Austerity: World Bank Protest and Development Planning in the 1970s.”
2022 Social Science History Association (SSHA): Presidential roundtable on “Empire, Anti-Imperialism and Revolution” and roundtable on “U.S. Empire in Latin America and the Caribbean.”
2022 Making and Breaking Global Order in the Twentieth Century Conference, Leidin University, Netherlands: workshop presentation on “Archives and methods: Researching 20th century global ordering,” and paper presentation, “Latin America, Development, and the Limits of the Global Order.”
2022 Development Dreams from the Socialist South Conference, University of Bristol, UK: “Before Bandung: The Latin American Development Demand.”
2022 Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Annual Meeting, online: Luciano Tomassini Prize panel for Revolution in Development
2021 Global International Society and the Liberal Script through the Lens of Latin America Conference, Freie Universität Berlin: Panel presentation on “Exclusions and Critiques, The Limits to Liberal Ordering, and Liberalism’s Relationship to Other Ideologies.”
2021 SSHA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia: “Developmentalism as Internationalism: Toward a Global Historical Sociology of the Origins of the Development Project.”
2021 Seminario internacional: Las venas abiertas de América Latina 50 años después, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay: “‘La terapéutica empeora al enfermo’: El FMI y el Banco Mundial en la crítica de Galeano.”
2021 SHAFR, Annual Meeting, online: roundtable presentation for “New Approaches to the History of Decolonization.”
2021 The Anticolonial Transnational workshop, Harvard University: “The Struggle for Economic Decolonization: Mexico and Algeria in the New International Economic Order.”
2021 International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, online: roundtable presentation for “Latin American Engagements with International Orders: Contributions and Contestations.”
2020 Social Justice, Remade? The Decline of the European Welfare State in a Global Context, 1973-2009 conference, University of Wisconsin, Madison: “The United States in Opposition? Mexico, the Third World, and the Reform of the Global Economy in the 1970s.”
2020 Society for the Study of Socio-Economics (SASE) Annual Meeting, online: “The Development Demand: Mexico’s Interwar Fight for Representation and Redistribution.”
2020 ISA Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI: “Mexico, Latin America, and the Governance of the Global Economy: A Historical Perspective on IPE from the South,” and Roundtable presentation on “Re-Contouring the ‘Anti-Colonial’ in the Cold War Era” (canceled due to COVID-19).
2020 American Historical Association (AHA) Annual Meeting, New York, NY: Roundtable on “The New Place of Latin America in World History.”
2019 ASA Annual Meeting, New York, NY, PEWS Session on South-South Flows, “A Charter for Economic Decolonization: Mexico, the Third World, and the Contradictions of South-South Development Cooperation.”
2019 SHAFR Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA: “‘The Solidarity We Demand is a Condition of Survival’: Mexico, the United States, and the Global Economy in the 1970s.”
2019 The Making of a World Order Conference, American University in Paris: “‘Mexico is our Balkan Peninsula’: The United States Confronts the Mexican Revolution in the League of Nations Debate.”
2018 ASA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, Section on Sociology of Development Roundtable Session: “Fue el Estado: Social Movements and Neoliberal Development in Mexico.”
2018 Comparative & Historical Sociology Mini-Conference, Philadelphia, PA: “Capitalist Crisis and Global Economic Governance: Reform from the South.”
2018 LASA Annual Meeting, Barcelona, Spain: “Overcoming the Decolonization Divide: Mexico, Latin America, and the New International Economic Order.”
2018 Conferencia Internacional: Democracia y Autoritarismo en México y el Mundo, UNAM, Mexico City: “Retos democráticos en México hacia las elecciones de 2018.”
2018 Revising the Geography of Modern World Histories conference, York University, York, UK: “Overcoming the Decolonization Divide: Mexico, Latin America, and the New International Economic Order.”
2018 The United States and Global Capitalism in the Twentieth Century Conference, Fordham University, New York, NY: “‘Give Them a Share’: The Latin American Origins of Development in the United States.”
2018 AHA Annual Meeting/Conference on Latin American History, Washington, DC: Roundtable Presentation: “Economic Sovereignty and the Decolonization Divide.”
2017 Harvard University, Weatherhead Initiative on Global History Seminar: “A Mexican New International Economic Order?”
2017 Global Histories of Capital: New Perspectives on the Global South Conference, New York University, New York, NY: “‘Taking Seriously the Needs and Wishes of the Debtor Countries’: Mexican Advocacy for International Development in the 1930s.”
2017 SHAFR, Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA: Roundtable presentation, “Economic Sovereignty, the Third World, and U.S. Foreign Relations.”
2017 AHA Annual Meeting/Conference on Latin American History, Denver, CO: “‘Taking Seriously the Needs and Wishes of the Debtor Countries’: Mexican Interwar Advocacy for International Development.”
2016 Histories of Capitalism 2.0, Cornell University History of Capitalism Initiative Conference, Ithaca, NY: “‘Mexico has the Theories’: Debt, Finance, and Development in the 1930s.”
2016 SHAFR Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA: “A Mexican New International Economic Order?”
2016 LASA Annual Meeting, New York, NY: “Mexico’s Influence on New Deal Conceptions of Debt, Credit and Development.”
2016 Seminario Internacional: América Latina y el Internacionalismo Ginebrino de Entreguerras, Universidad Michoacana San Nicolas de Allende, Morelia, Mexico: “‘Voz y voto para los países débiles’: México en Bretton Woods.”
Session Chair and Comment
2023 Genealogies of Development: Approaches from Latin America Research Conference, JHU: Comment for Roundtable, “Defining Development.”
2023 Comparative Historical Sociology Mini-Conference, Drexel University, Philadelphia: comment for panel “Relational and Transnational Approaches to Colonialism.”
2023 SHAFR Annual Meeting, Washington, DC: Chair for panel, “Hegemony, Dependence, and Resistance: Global Approaches to Development.”
2023 University of Maryland, Histories of Global Capitalism Forum: Comment on Paula de la Cruz-Fernández, “Gendered Capitalism: Multinationals and Global Cultures of Domesticity.”
2022 New Perspectives on the Great Depression Conference, Center for History and Economics, Harvard University: Comment for panel “Fortifying and Contesting Empire.”
2022 LASA Annual Meeting, online: Comment for roundtable, “Genealogies of Development: From ‘Fomento’ to ‘Desarrollo’ in 19th and 20th Century Latin America.”
2021 SSHA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia: Comment for panel “Empire, Industry and State Finance in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries.”
2021 Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft: Comment on Making the Forever War: Marilyn Young on the Culture and Politics of American Militarism, Mary Dudziak and Mark Bradley, eds.
2021 Critical Conversations in Reproductive Health/Care: Past, Present, and Future conference, Johns Hopkins University: Chair for panel “Global Perspectives on Race,Class, Reproductive Governance, and Obstetric Violence.”
2021 Conference on Latin American History Annual Meeting (online): Comment for roundtable “New Directions in Latin American History.”
2020 NYU International Law and Human Rights Emerging Scholarship Conference, paper comment, “Asylum as Reparation for Past Historical Wrongs: United States’ Involvement in Creating Today’s Central American Refugee Crisis.”
2019 Global Green New Deal Conference, Johns Hopkins: Comment on Adam Tooze keynote, “Lessons from history? The Green New Deal and the shadow of 20th-century history.”
2019 SHAFR Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA: Comment for Panel “Between Nationalism and Internationalism: Latin America, the United States, and the Third World”
2019 New School for Social Research Sociology Graduate Conference, Ruptures and Continuities: Historical Change in a Contested World: Comment for Panel “Global Capital and Empire.”
2018 ASA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA: Presider for Regular Session on Development
2018 AHA Annual Meeting, Washington, DC: Comment for panel “Spain, Latin America, and the Trans-Atlantic Cold War.”
2017 Tamiment Library Cold War Seminar, New York, NY: Comment on Eric Zolov, “Flirting with Neutralism: The Spirit of Bandung in Mexican National Politics, 1960-1961.”
2017 AHA Annual Meeting/Conference on Latin American History, Denver, CO: Comment for the panel “Transnational Perspectives on the Making of 20th Century Latin American Nationalisms.”
2016 SHAFR Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA: Chair and comment for panel “Economic History in Alliances and Empires”
Sessions and Conferences Organized
2024 History and Political Economy Project Co-Sponsored Research Conference, Ca Foscari University, Venice, Italy: “The New International Economic Order: Lessons and Legacies 50 Years Later.”
2023 SASE Annual Meeting, Rio de Janeiro, Mini-Conference: “Post-neoliberal Transformations: Politics, Practices and Governance in a Changing International Political Economy.”
2022 History and Political Economy Project Research Conference, JHU: “The Many Births and Foretold Deaths of Neoliberalism.”
2022 History and Political Economy Project: Exploratory Workshop, Johns Hopkins University
2019 Latin America in the Liberal International Order: Research Conference co-sponsored by the Latin America in a Globalizing World Initiative, Johns Hopkins, and the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies (CLALS), American University.
2018 AHA Annual Meeting/Conference on Latin American History, Washington, DC, Roundtable: “Historical Perspectives on Sovereignty in the Americas.”
2017 AHA Annual Meeting/Conference on Latin American History, Denver, CO, Panel: “Mexico on the World Economic Stage.”
2016 LASA Annual Meeting, New York, NY, Panel: “A conversation with Noam Chomsky on the 30th Anniversary of the Managua Lectures.”
2015 LASA Annual Meeting, San Juan, PR, Roundtable: “Reevaluating Economic ‘Turning Points’ in 20th Century Latin America.”
2014 American (Inter)Dependencies: New Perspectives on Capitalism and Empire, 1898-1959, Conference at New York University, funded by a grant from the Humanities Initiative, co-organized with Joshua Frens-String and Augustine Sedgewick
2014 Conference on Latin American History Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Panel: “Post-Depression Histories of Social Welfare in the Americas.”
2013 SHAFR Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA, Panel: “Reciprocal Impact: Inter-American Capitalisms and U.S. Empire in the 20th Century.”
2012 LASA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Panel: “Inter-American System to World System: Some Economic Aspects of New Deal Diplomacy Reconsidered,” co-organized with Joshua Frens-String.
2012 SHAFR Annual Meeting, Hartford, CT, Panel: “The Mexican Revolution, the United States, and the World: South-North Political and Intellectual Transfers, 1925-1945.”
Teaching

Certificate in Teaching and Learning, Graduate School of Arts and Science, NYU

2024 Graduate Research Seminar, Global and Transnational Sociology
2022 Issues in International Development
2021 Resistance, Rebellion, and Revolution in Latin America
2021 Graduate Seminar, Latin America in a Globalizing World
2020 Beyond the Wall: The United States and Mexico
2019 Graduate Research Seminar (Trial Research Paper) in Sociology
2019 Capitalism, Dependency, and Development in Latin America
2018 Graduate Seminar in Macro/Comparative & Historical Sociology
2018 Political Economy of Drugs and Drug Wars
2017 Senior Seminars in History, International Studies
2016 Introduction to International Studies
2016 Modern Latin American History
2015 World History Since 1500: Trade, Commodities, and the History of Global Capitalism
2015 Colonial Latin American History
Professional and University Service

Manuscript reviewer

Academic Journals: American Historical Review; Journal of Global History; Political Power and Social Theory; Bulletin of Latin American Research; Capitalism and History; Critical Historical Studies; International Politics; Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development; Diplomatic History; Journal of World History; Latin American Research Review

Academic Presses: Bloomsbury; Univeristy of California Press; Cambridge University Press; Routledge; SUNY Press; University of Regina Press; Brill Historical Materialism Series

Editorial Committees

Estudios de Historia Moderna y Contemporánea de México; NACLA Report on the Americas; Advisory Board, Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Manuscript Workshops

Rachel Grace Newman, Assistant Professor, Colgate University, “The Future in Their Hands: Student Migration and Expert Formation in Mexico.”

Graduate Student Advising

Primary advisor: Lucas Azambuja, Sociology; Elayne Cardoso, Sociology (MA 2021).
Committee member/examiner, JHU: Manasi Karthik, Sociology; Corey Payne, Sociology (PhD 2023); Conrad Jacober, Sociology; Sebastián Link, Sociology; Tulio Zille, Political Science (PhD 2019); Luis Rodríguez, Political Science (PhD 2020); Jacob Kripp, Political Science (PhD 2022); Mihau Olteanu, History. Other universities: José Antonio Galindo, History, El Colegio de México; Julian Gómez Delgado, Sociology, The New School; Charli Muller, Media, Culture and Communication, New York University

Selected Service Appointments

2023– Mellon Foundation faculty mentor for Alberto Wilson III, Assistant Professor, Texas Christian University, School for Advanced Research, Santa Fe, NM
2023 Member, Luciano Tomassini International Relations Book Award Committee, LASA
2023 Member, Skocpol Dissertation Award Committee, Comparative and Historical Sociology Section, American Sociological Association (ASA)
2022– Co-Chair, Program in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies, JHU
2022 Member, Subcommittee on Undergraduate Education, Shared Governance Council, JHU
2021 Director of Undergraduate Studies, Program in Latin American Studies, JHU
2021 Member, Graduate Student Best Paper Award Committee, Global and Transnational Sociology Section, American Sociological Association (ASA)
2021 Member, Provost’s Undergraduate Research Award Committee, JHU
2021 Faculty Advisory Board, Arrighi Center for Global Studies, JHU
2021 Research advisor, California Pre-Doctoral Program, California State University
2021 Departmental Diversity Advocate, JHU Department of Sociology
2020 Finance Subcommittee, Homewood Faculty Assembly, JHU
2020 Faculty advisor and mentor, National Fellowships Program, JHU
2019- Member, Graduate Placement Committee, JHU Department of Sociology
2019- Member, Editorial Committee, Estudios de Historia Moderna y Contemporánea de México (México, DF)
2019- Member, Nomination Committee, Political Economy of the World System (PEWS) Section, American Sociological Association (ASA)
2019 Chair, Charles A. Hale Fellowship for Mexican History Selection Committee, Latin American Studies Association (LASA)
2019 Co-chair, Political Institutions and Processes Track, Latin American Studies Association (LASA)
2019 Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, JHU
2019- JHU Dissertation Committees: Tulio Zille, Political Science; Corey Payne, Sociology; Luis Rodríguez, Political Science; Advising: Lucas Azambuja.
2018– Co-Director, Latin America in a Globalizing World Initiative, JHU
2018 Member and Diversity Advocate, Faculty Search Committee, JHU Department of History
2015 Member, Advisory Board, International Studies Program, Rowan University
2015 Co-chair, Area Studies: Critical and Historical Analysis Program Track, Latin American Studies Association (LASA)
2009– Member, Editorial Board, NACLA Report on the Americas
Other Professional Experience & Affiliations

Professional Memberships:

Latin American Studies Association
American Historical Association
Conference on Latin American History
Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations
American Sociological Association, Sections: Development, Comparative & HistoricalGlobal & Transnational, Political Economy of the World System 

Previous Professional Experience:

Executive Director, North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA)
June 2005–September 2009, New York, NY
Program Coordinator in Applied Economics/International Forum for Development, Social Science Research Council
June 2004–June 2005, New York, NY