Rafael Fernández de Castro
Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs
338 Eggers Hall
Jay and Debe Moskowitz Endowed Chair
Ph.D., Georgetown University, 1995
Mexico-U.S. trade and immigration, economic development and political economy of Mexico, social outcomes for Mexican immigrants to the U.S.
Assistant Professor, History
510 Eggers Hall
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, “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.