Expertise: 20th- and 21st-Century Latin American literature, Colonial Latin America, screenwriting, comparative media.
Mangok Bol, born in South Sudan and has been a staff at Brandeis university since January 2008. Mangok came to United States in 2001 through the Lost boys/girls from Sudan program. He has a BS in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire(2006) and MS in Finance from Brandeis International Business School(2013). He has been a program Administrator for the Mandel Center for the Humanities since 2010 and an Academic Administrator for LACLS since Summer 2020. He was previously a long time program Administrator for the Program in International and Global Studies(IGS), 2008-2020.
Undergraduate Departmental Representatives
My name is Catherine Romero and I am a rising MKTYP senior. I am majoring in Sociology and Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies. In my free time, I enjoy reading books, doodling, and discovering new music. As a UDR, I am excited to be a bridge between students and the Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies departments. I hope to help build space for students of color to communicate their goals and desires within this department.