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Introduction to History
HIST 173/LAST 126 Heretics on Trial: The Holy Inquisition and its Enemies
HIST/LAST 296 Colonial Latin America
HIST/LAST 245 Modern Latin America since 1810
HIST 257/LAST 218 From Chocolate to Coca: Commodities and the Making of Latin America
HIST 300 Issues in Contemporary Historiography
HIST/LAST 322 Exploration, Conquest, and Insurrection: The History of the Amazon 1542 to the present
HIST/LAST 335 Nature, Science, and Empire in Early Latin America
HIST/LAST 348 Urban Histories of Latin America
HIST 356/LAST 229/CHUM 229 Between Worlds: Change and Continuity in Early Latin America
HIST/LAST 373 Language and Power in Latin America
The Cradle of Words: Languages, Knowledge and Governance in the Spanish Empire, in progress.
Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters:
“The Wavering Fortune of the Cosmography and Geography of Africa, 1550-2007,” in progress
“Juan Páez de Castro and the Project of a Universal Library,” in Wars of Knowledge: Imperial Hegemony and the Assembling of Libraries Forum, Pacific Coast Philology, Vol. 52, No. 2, 2017, pp. 173-183.
“Language as Archive: Etymologies and the Remote History of Spain,” in Mercedes García-Arenal (ed.), After Conversion: Iberia and the Emergence of Modernity, (Leiden: Brill, 2016), pp. 95-125.
“Aurel Stein’s Methods and Aims in Archaeology on the Silk Road,” in Helen Wang (ed.), Sir Aurel Stein, Colleagues and Collections, British Museum Research Publication 184, London 2012, pp. 1–7.
“Language and the Ancient History of a New World,” in Contextos (Center for Latin American Studies, The University of Chicago, January 2017).