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Latin American Studies

Affiliated Faculty

Program Director

Emily Edmonds-Poli

Emily Edmonds-Poli

Associate Professor
edmonds@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7802

Office: KIPJ 286A

Office Hours: M/F 12:15-2:30pm W 12:15-1:00pm And by appt

Emily Edmonds-Poli , PhD, joined the USD faculty in 2001.  Edmonds-Poli teaches classes on international relations and Latin American politics. Her research focuses on local and state level politics in Mexico, as well as decentralization and democratization in Latin America.

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Executive Assistant


languages@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4070

Office: Founders 121

Office Hours: M-F, 7:30-4:30

Michelle Madsen  Camacho

Michelle Madsen Camacho, PhD

Professor, Sociology
Department Chair, Sociology
mcamacho@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7826

Office: Serra Hall 227

Office Hours: On Sabbatical Fall 2014 and Spring 2015

Michelle Madsen Camacho is Chair and Full Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of San Diego.  She formerly held two postdoctoral fellowships at the University of California, San Diego, at the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies and in the Department of Ethnic Studies. Fluent in both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, her research uses theories from interdisciplinary sources including cultural studies, critical race, gender and feminist theories. Central to her work are questions of culture, power and inequality. She is affiliated faculty with the Department of Ethnic Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, and Latin American Studies.

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Stephen Conroy

Stephen Conroy

Professor, Economics
sconroy@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7883

Office: Olin Hall 111

Stephen Conroy joined the faculty of USD in the fall of 2004 as an associate professor of Economics after spending five years at the University of West Florida in Pensacola. Professor Conroy has received several research and teaching awards, including the Outstanding Undergraduate Business Educator Award (2007), Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award (2004), Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching and Advising Award (2003) and the Dyson Faculty Award for Excellence in Research and Scholarly Activity (2002 and 2004). 

In addition to his academic scholarship, Professor Conroy has also participated in a number of economic consulting projects for clients in the private and public sectors, especially in the area of economic base analysis and, more recently, in valuation of nonmarket assets. Professor Conroy has several years of business experience in the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, including positions with Hallmark Cards, Inc. (inventory controller), Catholic Charities of Los Angeles (outreach specialist/coordinator), El Centro del Pueblo of Los Angeles (emergency services caseworker) and Jovenes, Inc., a nonprofit organization serving homeless youth in Los Angeles.

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Alana Cordy-Collins

Alana Cordy-Collins, PhD

Professor, Anthropology
Curatorial Director, David W. May American Indian Collection & Gallery
alanacc@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4725

Office: Serra Hall 221

Office Hours: Tues-Thur: 10:40am-1:15pm; or by appointment

Alana Cordy-Collins, PhD, joined the USD faculty in 1980.  She is a professor of Anthropology and director of the David W. May American Indian Collection and Gallery. In the Department of Anthropology, Cordy-Collins offers undergraduate courses in archaeology, shamanism, research, writing, and museology.  Her research focus is the prehistoric cultures of Peru, especially the Lambayeque, Moche, and Chavín-Cupisnique. She is currently most involved in comparative studies of shamanism, especially among Circum-Polar peoples, prehistoric and contemporary. Dr. Cordy-Collins has been awarded two USD University Professorships, one research-based and the other recognition-based.  She designed and organized the university’s American Indian Celebration (2002-2004).

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Evelyn Diaz Cruz

Evelyn Diaz Cruz , MFA

Associate Professor, Theatre Arts and Performance Studies
diazcruz@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7877

Office: Camino Hall 176

Office Hours: and by appointment

Evelyn Diaz Cruz is an Associate Professor of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies with experience in writing, directing, and acting. Originally from the Bronx, New York, Professor Cruz's study and practice of theatre is focused on empowering communities by addressing issues of social justice through art. Her non-traditional approach to theatre garnered her the KPBS 2008 Hispanic Heritage Month Local Hero Award for her contributions to the San Diego community. She is the recipient of USD's 2009 Innovations in Experiential Education Award. She is a member of the Los Angeles Association of Playwrights and the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture.

 

 

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Esteban del Río

Esteban del Río, PhD

Associate Professor, Communication Studies
edelrio@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7464

Office: Maher Hall 253

Office Hours: Contact the Center for Inclusion & Diversity (x7455) for availability and appointments.

Esteban del Río is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of San Diego and currently serves as the Associate Provost for Inclusion and Diversity and Director of the Center of Inclusion and Diversity. He earned a PhD in the Department of Communication at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, working in the area of media and cultural studies. del Río teaches Introduction to Media Studies, Media & Conflict, and International Media.

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Denise  Dimon

Denise Dimon

Associate Provost for International Affairs
dimon@sandiego.edu.edu
(619) 260-4836

Office: Alcala West, Coronado 116

Denise Dimon has served as the Director of the Ahlers Center for International Business since 1999. She has always had an interest in international business having received a Masters in International Management from the University of Denver, and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Illinois with a specialization in international economics and economic development. In addition to her activities within the Ahlers Center, she is also serving as the Associate Provost for International Affairs and Director of the International Center at the University of San Diego. She has been a Fulbright Scholar in Argentina and Uruguay, a Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Graduate School of Business Administration and Leadership of at the Tecnológico de Monterrey (EGADE Campus Monterrey); a Visiting Professor at ESC Reims, France, Université Robert Schuman, ICES, Strasbourg, France, and EADA in Barcelona, Spain. She has held positions at numerous institutions as a visiting scholar and consulted for private companies on four continents. Professor Dimon has worked with several international organizations on consulting and educational programs including the Academy for Educational Development, Educational Development Center, United Nations Development Programme, and the Interamerican Development Bank. She has coordinated consulting projects and executive education programs in Argentina, Brazil, Peru, South Africa, Thailand, China and India in a variety of industries including telecommunications, health care, tourism, and manufacturing. She was selected Women of the Year by the Women in International Trade (WIT, San Diego) and recognized as one of the top 25 outstanding Women Business Leaders in San Diego (San Diego Business Journal). She currently serves on the Advisory Board of the San Diego World Trade Center. She has twice been recognized with a Steber Professorship from the School of Business Administration for outstanding contributions to the School and the University of San Diego. In 2009 she received a two-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education for the Ahlers Center to develop additional initiatives in Latin America and Asia. In 2013 she was recognized by the Univeristy of San Diego as a "Woman of Impact."

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Kimberly Eherenman

Kimberly Eherenman, PhD

Professor, Spanish
kime@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4068

Office: Founders 134

Office Hours: M/W/F, 11:10-12:10; M/W, 1:30-2:30

Kim Eherenman, PhD, has been a member of the faculty since 1990. Her specializations include Latin American poetry, pre-Columbian literatures and cultures, colonial and nineteenth century Latin American literature, and Mexican literature. Her research focus is Latin American poetry and translation. Formerly, she served as coordinator of the Latino Studies Program, executive director of the Guadalajara Summer Program, coordinator of the Spanish Area, and chair of this department. In addition, she has served as an external program reviewer for world language and literature programs at the university level. She is also a bilingual poet whose works have appeared in literary journals nationally and abroad.

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Iris Engstrand

Iris Engstrand

Professor, History
iris@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4038

Office: KIPJ 265

Office Hours: Fall 2014 M 12:00-2:30/4:00-5:00 W 4:00-5:30

Iris H. W. Engstrand, PhD, is a native Californian. Engstrand’s academic honors include USD’s distinguished University Professorship; the Davies Award for Faculty Achievement; Awards of Merit from the San Diego, Southern California, and California Historical Societies, Western History Association, and Orange Coast College; fellowships from the Fulbright Commission, American Philosophical Society and Huntington Library; and the California Design Award in Historic Preservation. She is a trustee of the San Diego Natural History Museum and the San Diego Maritime Museum, past president of the American Historical Association Pacific Coast Branch and of the Western History Association. Engstrand has lived and traveled extensively in Spain and Mexico and lectures widely in both English and Spanish. She has degrees in history, with maors and minors in the fields of California, Mexico, Latin America and the Spanish Southwest history, biology and Spanish

Engstrand has recently been awarded the prestigious medal of the Order of Isabel la Católica (Isabel the Catholic -- ruler of Spain in 1492) by Juan Carlos, King of Spain, for outstanding contributions to the history of Spain in the Americas.

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Orlando Espin

Orlando Espin

Professor, Theology and Religious Studies
espin@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4049

Office: Maher Hall 286

Office Hours: T: 10:00am-12:00pm, or by appointment.

Orlando Espín, Th.D., has been a member of the USD faculty since 1991. He is professor of systematic theology in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies. Espín has twice served as president of the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States (of which he was one of the founders), and has also served on the boards of directors of the Catholic Theological Society of America and of the Hispanic Summer Program in Religion and Theology. Espín has received an honorary doctorate and an honorary professorship. He founded and was first chief editor of the Journal of Hispanic/Latino Theology. He serves on the editorial boards of several U.S., European and Latin American Journals. He is active in the San Diego Latino/a community, as well as nationally in Latino/a theological research and educational projects.

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Michael Gonzalez

Michael Gonzalez

Graduate Program Director
Associate Professor
michaelg@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4043

Office: KIPJ 269

Office Hours: Fall 2014 T 12:10-3:00 R 12:10-2:30

Michael Gonzalez, PhD, began teaching at the University of San Diego in 1995.  He currently is director of the History Masters program.

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Kevin Guerrieri

Kevin Guerrieri, PhD

Chair (All Languages)
Associate Professor, Spanish
kevin2@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7827

Office: Founders 130

Office Hours: T/Th, 2:30-3:45; W, 2:00-5:00 or by appointment

Kevin Guerrieri, PhD, teaches courses on Latin American literature and culture and on the Spanish language. His research is focused on Latin American literature, specializing in Colombian narrative, with interests in cultural discourses of modernity and national formation, displacement and testimonio, and violence and human rights in Latin American cultural production, among other areas. Guerrieri is the current president of the Asociación de Colombianistas, an international organization that promotes the study of Colombia in the areas of the humanities and the social sciences.

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Jerome Hall, PhD

Associate Professor, Anthropology
jeromeh@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7865

Office: Serra Hall 218

Office Hours: TBA; or by appointment

Before coming to USD, Jerome Hall, PhD, was the underwater archaeologist for Puerto Rico and president of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology.  His current research projects include the excavation of a 17th-century northern European merchant shipwreck off the north coast of the Dominican Republic, as well as the documentation and publication of a 1st-century boat recovered from the Sea of Galilee.

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Daniel López-Pérez

Daniel López-Pérez, PhD

Assistant Professor, Architecture
dlp@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7415

Office: Camino Hall 7A

Office Hours: Tuesdays - Thursdays 12:00 - 2:00pm; or by appointment

Daniel López-Pérez is an Assistant Professor of Architectural Design and a founding faculty member of the Architecture Program at the University of San Diego. López-Pérez received his Ph.D. in the History and Theory of Architecture at Princeton University, a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design (with Honors) from Columbia University, and an AA Diploma from the Architectural Association.

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Marcelle Maese-Cohen

Marcelle Maese-Cohen, PhD

Assistant Professor
marcelle@sandiego.edu
619-260-4023

Office: Founders Hall 172C

Office Hours: T 2:00-3:00PM, W 3:00-7:00PM

Marcelle Maese-Cohen received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in 2013. Her research interests include the relation between social justice and literary form, decolonial feminist thought, comparative ethnic studies, human rights law, and critical theory. She is currently teaching courses on Chicana/o and Latina/o Literatures and Cultures.

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Patricia Márquez

Patricia Márquez, PhD

Faculty Director, Ashoka Changemaker Hub
pmarquez@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7875

Office: Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, Room 101

Before coming to USD, Patricia Márquez was a professor at IESA Business School in Caracas, Venezuela. She was the Cisneros Scholar at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) at Harvard University and visiting professor at Harvard Business School for the academic year 2005-2006. She has taught graduate and executive education courses on Leadership and Organizational Behavior, Business Initiatives at the Base-of-the-Pyramid, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Social Enterprise. At the undergraduate level she teaches Business & Society. Márquez current research is on the role business can play in alleviating poverty worldwide. She is an active participant of the Social Enterprise Knowledge Network (SEKN) coordinating SEKN’s research project “Market-Based Poverty Reduction in Iberoamerica” (2005-2009).

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Everard Meade

Everard Meade, PhD

Director, Trans Border Institute
emeade@sandiego.edu
(619) 218-5946

Office: KIPJ 243

Julia Medina

Julia Medina, PhD

Director of Spanish
Associate Professor
jmedina@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-2751

Office: Founders 144-H

Office Hours: MWF, 11:00-12:00; M/W, 5:30-6:30 or by appointment

Julia Medina, Ph. D., joined the USD faculty in 2010. She has taught various courses on Latin American, Latino/a and TransAmerican literatures, cultures and film. She also teaches Spanish language courses of all levels. Professor Medina specializes in 19th and 20th century Latin American Literature and Culture as well as in Critical Theory and Cultural Studies.  Her current research focuses on the intersection between visual culture, non-fiction, resistance and intellectual representations in Central America.

 

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Antonieta Mercado

Antonieta Mercado, PhD

Assistant Professor, Communication Studies
antonietamercado@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7644

Office: Camino Hall 126E

Office Hours: Mon./Wed.: 10:15 - 11: 15 AM; Tues.: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM; Fri.: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM; and by appointment.

Dr. Mercado joined Communication Studies in the Fall of 2012 as an assistant professor in communication and social justice. She teaches classes on Media and Conflict, International Media, Introduction to Media Studies, and Public Relations and Social Movements. 
Dr. Mercado studies the communication and citizenship practices of Mexican indigenous immigrants in the United States, and how those practices extend to the transnational public sphere, contributing to forms of world citizenship or “grassroots cosmopolitanism.” 
She has been working recently on the impact of cultural festivals in the public sphere. 
She is a member of BINACOM, a Binational Communication Organization that brings together schools of communication in both the US and Mexico.

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Alejandro Meter

Alejandro Meter, PhD

Associate Professor, Spanish
Director, Latin American Studies Program
ameter@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7417

Office: Founders 132

Office Hours: On sabbatical until Fall 2015

Alejandro Meter, PhD, teaches courses on Latin American literature of the twentieth and twentieth-first centuries. His specializations include dictatorial and post-dictatorial fiction of the Southern Cone, migration and exile, and Latin American Jewish studies. His most recent research focuses on memory, trauma, and reconciliation. He currently directs the intersession Buenos Aires Program. He was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Kristin Moran

Kristin Moran, PhD

Department Chair, Communication Studies
Professor
kmoran@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4085

Office: Camino Hall 126B

Office Hours: Mon./Wed.: 9:30 - 11:00 AM; Tues./Thurs.: 2:15 - 3:15 PM; and by appointment.

Kristin C. Moran, PhD, joined the Communication Studies department in 1999 as a visiting assistant professor and became a permanent faculty member in 2001. Moran offers courses focused on media studies. Her current research focuses on the reception of Latino-themed and Spanish-language media in the United States. She serves as the university’s representative to the Binational Association of Schools of Communication (BINACOM), an organization devoted to cross border interaction and demystifying stereotypes through ethical communication and she works closely with USD’s Trans-Border Institute. She currently serves as Chair of the department.

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Angelo Orona, PhD

Associate Professor, Anthropology
Department Chair
aorona@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4008

Office: Serra Hall 208

Office Hours: Mon-Wed: 2:15-4:15pm; Tues-Thur: 2:00-3:00pm; and by appointment

Angelo Orona, PhD, focuses his field research on Creole island fisherman of Venezuela. His main area of interest is the ethnology of South American cultures.

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Alma C. Ortega

Librarian/Bibliographer
Assistant Professor
alma@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-2259

Office: Copley Library

Alma C. Ortega joined the Copley Library Faculty in 2003 as a reference librarian. She serves as the bibliographer for History, Spanish, Italian, and Ethnic Studies and is also the liaison to the Latin American Studies and Asian Studies minors in the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Trans-Border Institute. Her experience lies with library leadership and management, collection development, reference services (f2f, IM/chat, and virtual), social media, as well as archives in libraries.

Prior to coming to USD she was the library director for the Chicano Studies Research Center Library & Archives at UCLA from 2002-2003.

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Gail A. Perez

Gail A. Perez

Associate Professor, English/ Ethnic Studies
gperez@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4115

Office: Maher Hall 212

Office Hours: W 2:00-5:00PM

Gail Perez, PhD, came to the university in 1992 to teach American ethnic literature.  Since that time, she has co-founded the Ethnic Studies major and now has a joint appointment with Ethnic Studies.  She teaches courses in U.S. women of color,  multicultural California, introduction to ethnic studies, and creative writing.  She has advised MEChA, has given the Chicano Graduation Keynote, and has been nominated as a USD Woman of Impact three times.  Her research interests include pedagogy, social space and race, and literature by women of color. In 2013 Perez was awarded the esteemed Davies Award for Teaching Excellence.

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Amanda L. Petersen

Amanda L. Petersen, PhD

Associate Professor, Spanish
Advisor, Sigma Delta Pi
apetersen@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4237

Office: Founders 144-C

Office Hours: T, 1:15-2:15, 4:00-5:00, 7:00-8:00; Th, 12:15-2:15 or by appt.

Amanda L. Petersen has been a member of the faculty since 2008. She teaches Spanish language and Latin American literatures and cultures courses. Her areas of expertise include 20th and 21st century Latin American women authors and Latin American literature, with an emphasis on Mexican narrative. Her research interests focus on the literary representations of gender and violence in contemporary Mexican short stories by female authors.

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Alberto López Pulido

Alberto López Pulido, PhD

Professor, Ethnic Studies
apulido@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4022

Office: Maher Hall 212A

Office Hours: Tuesdays 2:00p.m. -5:00p.m. ; Thursdays 1:00p.m. - 3:00p.m.

Alberto López Pulido is Professor and Chair of the Department of Ethnic Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of San Diego. He has held a leadership role as Chair of the President's Advisory Board on Inclusion and Diversity. He teaches both the introductory and advanced courses for the ethnic studies major in addition to specialized courses in Latina/o and Chicana/o Studies. His scholarly interests include the intersection of race and religion in relation to issues of social justice and as strategies for transforming communities. He has also written on the history of ethnic studies in higher education; issues of violence and deportation against immigrants; and is currently at work on a project that explores the power of music in relation to personal identity and biography.

Pulido has published a range of numerous essays in books and journals such as the Journal of Catholic Social Thought; Crosscurrents; Religion and Literature; Journal of Religion and Education; Studies in Twentieth Century Literature; CENTRO: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies; American Quarterly; Latino Studies Journal. He is the author of the book: Sacred World of the Penitentes and his most recent book is entitled: Moving Beyond Borders: Julian Samora and the Establishment of Latino Studies. Pulido was mentored by the first Mexican American sociologist in the nation, Julian Samora, PhD, who had a distinguished career at the University of Notre Dame.

Alberto is the son of Velia López Pulido and the late Alberto V. Pulido who he credits for instilling within him the value of educación. Such a foundation assisted him profoundly as a first-generation college graduate. He believes deeply that education is a tool that equips students with the wisdom (sabiduría) to transform their lives and the many lives they touch.

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Thomas Ehrlich Reifer

Thomas Ehrlich Reifer, PhD

Associate Professor, Sociology
Affiliated Faculty, Ethnic Studies
reifer@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7422

Office: Serra Hall 225

Office Hours: Tues: 2:30-7:30pm; or by appointment

Dr. Reifer serves on the Gender Studies Advisory Committee and is an Associate Fellow at the Transnational Institute, a worldwide fellowship of committed scholar-activists; formerly worked at Focus on the Global South in Asia and was Associate Director of the Institute for Research on World-Systems (IROWS) and the Program on Global Studies at UC Riverside. He is also currently a Research Associate at the Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems & Civilizations at Binghamton University—where he received his MA & PhD—and IROWS. His specialty is the study of large-scale, long-term social change and world-systems analysis.

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Kenneth P. Serbin

Kenneth P. Serbin

Professor, History
kserbin@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4037

Office: KIPJ 268

Office Hours: On sabbatical

Dr. Kenneth P. Serbin's research spans the fields of Brazilian social, cultural, political, and religious history as well as the history of science, technology, and medicine.

 

 

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David Shirk, PhD

Associate Professor, Political Science and International Relations
Director, Justice in Mexico Project
dshirk@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-2315

Office: KIPJ 257

Office Hours: M 12:00-2:00pm T/Th 9:30-11:00am

David A. Shirk, Ph.D., joined the University of San Diego in July 2003. Shirk’s teaching covers a wide range of subject areas, mainly concentrated in comparative politics, international political economy, Latin American studies, and U.S.-Latin American relations, with a concentration in Mexico and border politics. He conducts research on Mexican politics, U.S.-Mexican relations, and law enforcement and security along the U.S.-Mexican border. Shirk also directs the Justice in Mexico Project (www.justiceinmexico.org), which examines rule of law and security issues in Mexico. From 2003-2013, Dr. Shirk directed the Trans-Border Institute, which works to promote greater analysis and understanding of Mexico, U.S.-Mexico relations, and the U.S.-Mexico border region.

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Leonora Simonovis-Brown

Leonora Simonovis-Brown, PhD

Associate Professor, Spanish
simonovis@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4139

Office: Founders 144-G

Office Hours: W, 8:30-1:30

Leonora Simonovis-Brown, PhD, has been a member of the faculty since 2007. She teaches courses on Latin American and Caribbean literature and culture, as well as all levels of Spanish language. Her teaching and research interests deal with issues of race and gender, the role of popular music in the construction of cultural identities, social mobility, and marginality in the Pan-Caribbean region.

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Steve Tammelleo

Steve Tammelleo

Assistant Professor, Philosophy
tammelleo@sandiego.edu
619-260-6835

Office: Founders Hall 158B

Steve Tammelleo joined the philosophy department at USD in 2013. He enjoys teaching classes in Logic, Business Ethics, Latin American Thought, and Introduction to Philosophy. Steve’s research focuses on Foucault, border policy, immigration and ethnic identity. Steve has traveled extensively in Latin America. Steve enjoys yoga, biking, and hiking, and, he is obsessed with volleyball.

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Randy Willoughby

Randy Willoughby

Professor, Political Science and International Relations
Director of Master of Arts in International Relations Program
rwilloug@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4014

Office: KIPJ 258

Office Hours: M/W 1:00-2:30p T/Th 3-4p, 5:30-6:00p By appt.

Randy Willoughby, Ph.D, has been on the USD faculty since 1988 and teaches course on comparative politics and international security. His undergraduate education began at the University of California at Irvine and concluded at UCLA. His graduate education was at the University of California at Berkeley, preceded by a year of study in Paris, and including a year working in the Executive Office of the President in Washington DC, a year teaching at the University of Santa Clara, and two years participating on a research project at the University of California at San Diego.

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