Silvia Marina Arrom
Professor of History;
Jane's Professor of Latin American Studies
Ph.D., Stanford University
Silvia Arrom's research interests include Latin American social history, modern Mexico, women and the family, and U.S.-Latin American relations. Her books include "The Women of Mexico City, 1790-1857"; "Riots in the Cities: Popular Politics and the Urban Poor in Latin America" (with Servando Ortoll); and "Containing the Poor: The Mexico City Poor House, 1774-1871."
Ph.D., Australian National University
Donald Hindley's areas of interest are Mexico, Cuba, Brazil, Argentina and Bolivia. His most recent publication is a translation (with Dian Fox) of "The Physician of His Honour/El medico de su honra."
Samuel and Augusta Spector Professor of History
Ph.D., Northwestern University
Ibrahim Sundiata's research interests are slavery throughout the world and race relations in the United States and Latin America. He has published on race relations in Brazil, Cuba and Puerto Rico, has conducted fieldwork in Brazil and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Sundiata is the author of four books.