Associate Professor, History
Jay and Debe Moskowitz Endowed Chair
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009
Latin America and the Caribbean, 19th and 20th century Mexico
Book, The Logic of Compromise: Authoritarianism, Betrayal, and Revolution in Rural Mexico, 1935-1965. University of North Carolina Press, April 2016.
Article, "The Last Door: Political Prisoners and the Use of Torture in Mexico's Dirty War," The Americas, January 2017
Article, “Looking for Truths in a Constructed Archive: The Case of Jacinto López and the Politics of Accommodation in Rural Mexico.” A ContraCorriente, Spring 2016.
Chapter, “The Forgotten Jaramillo: Building a Social Base of Support for Authoritarianism in Rural Mexico,” in Dictablanda: Politics, Work, and Culture in Mexico, 1938–1968. Edited by Ben Smith and Paul Gillingham. Duke University Press, 2014.
“Transnationalism: A Category of Analysis,” with Laura Briggs and JT Way. Special Issue on Transnationalism, American Quarterly, September 2008.
Associate Professor of History, Latin America and the Caribbean, Syracuse University
Lecturer, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Teaching Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Modern Mexican history, political and economic history of Latin America and the Caribbean, corruption, drugs and drug trafficking, questions of historical memory and political violence, gender, and the experiences of rural peoples.