Teaching

Strategies for Liberation. Social Thought and Political Economy 491H, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fall 2020. (syllabus)

The U.S. in Latin America. History 392E, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Spring 2019, Spring 2021. (syllabus)

New Approaches to History: Revolutionary Visions, Past and Present. History 200, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fall 2018. (syllabus)

Workers and Work in the Americas. History 693W, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fall 2017, Fall 2019. (syllabus)

Mass Resistance and Political Strategy. Social Thought and Political Economy 491H, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fall 2017.

History of Mexico. History 354, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Spring 2017, Spring 2019, Spring 2020, Spring 2021. (syllabus)

Capitalism and Alternatives in Latin America. History 220, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Fall 2019, Fall 2020. (syllabus)

Power and Resistance in Latin America. History 397PR and 397PRH, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Spring 2016, Spring 2017. (syllabus)

Poverty, Inequality, and Alternatives in Latin America. History 397PA, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fall 2015.

Latin American Revolutions. History 595L and 450, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Fall 2018, Spring 2020. (syllabus)

History of U.S.-Latin American Relations. History/Political Science 216, Stony Brook University. Summer 2011.

Modern Latin American History (Master’s level). History/Continuing Education 517, Stony Brook University. Spring 2011.

Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Societies. Latin American and Caribbean Studies 200, Stony Brook University. Summer 2010.

Revolutionary Movements in Latin America. History 380-J, Stony Brook University. Summer 2009.

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