As the Library's subject specialist for Latin American, Caribbean & Iberian Studies, I purchase materials in a variety of disciplines and languages to support the research needs of the Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies as well as other researchers campus-wide. I am available to meet with faculty and students to assist with research needs. I can also provide instruction for courses with a Latin American, Caribbean or Iberian focus.
My educational background includes an M.A. in Library and Information Science (University of South Florida, 1994), and a B.A. in French (University of Florida, 1992). I also completed course work toward an M.A. in Latin American & Iberian Studies (University of California, Santa Barbara).
In addition to my subject responsibilities, I serve as Head, International Studies, Coordinator of International Studies Collections at the Graduate Library and co-Chair of the Humanities E-team.
- DAAS 495: Transforming History: Haiti, Cuba and the Caribbean Region
- HIST 473: Brazil History and Culture
- Hist. 329/LACS 321: Germans on the Move : German Migration and Local Communities in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1790’s to 1940’s
- History 195- Non-Democratic Regimes in Modern Latin American and Caribbean History
- Iberian Studies
- LACS 321 The Archaeology of Mexico and Peru: Inca, Aztec and the Spanish Conquest
- LACS 355/AAS 358 "From Colonial Saint-Domingue to Independent Haiti"
- Latin American & Caribbean Studies