Affiliated Faculty

M. Cristina Espinosa
M. Cristina Espinosa
Associate Professor
The Heller School for Social Policy and Management
781-736-7660 Heller-Brown Building, 110159

Expertise: Gender, culture and sustainable development/conservation; Gender, livelihoods and social differentiation; Globalization gender and livelihoods; indigenous peoples and ethnicity in development; ethnic spirituality and health.

Charlotte Goudge
Charlotte Goudge
Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Expertise:

I am an anthropological archaeologist with a broad interest base. I have conducted various research projects in England, Antigua, Barbados, North Carolina, and Florida.
My research interests include cultural contact, the long-term impacts of colonialism and commodity creation, industrialism, archaeologies of the illicit, and various aspects of historical and maritime archaeology.
Ricardo Godoy
Ricardo Godoy
Professor of International Development
The Heller School for Social Policy and Management
781-736-2784 Heller-Brown Building, 153

Expertise: Acculturation, inequality, social capital, econometrics, research design, Bolivia, indigenous peoples, native Amazonians, panel studies, randomized controlled trials.

James Mandrell
James Mandrell
Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies, Comparative Literature, and Film Studies
Department of Romance Studies
781-736-3215 Rabb Graduate Center, 130

Expertise: Modern and contemporary Spanish and comparative literature, film, and culture; US film and popular culture.

Aldo Musacchio
Aldo Musacchio
Professor of Business, International Business School
781-736-2249 Lemberg Building, Room 252

Expertise: Institutions and economic development, industrial innovation policy, corporate governance

Wellington W. Nyangoni
Wellington W. Nyangoni
Professor
Department of African and African American Studies
781-736-2091 Kutz Hall, 133

Expertise: Economic development of Africa, Comparative Third World political economy.

Carina Ray
Carina Ray
Associate Professor of African and African American Studies
781-736-2027 Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for the Humanities, 219

Expertise: Africa and the Black Atlantic world, race and sexuality, comparative colonialisms and nationalisms, migration and maritime histories, relationships between race, ethnicity, and political power.

an article by Professor Ray on her research on Cuban solidarity with African anti-colonial movements:

Laurence Simon
Laurence Simon
Professor of International Development and Director of the Center for Global Development and Sustainability
The Heller School for Social Policy and Management and Department of South Asian Studies
781-736-4148 Heller-Brown Building, 160

Expertise: Philosophy of development, political/cultural and population geography, psychological and cultural barriers to poverty alleviation, agrarian reform, project planning and implementation, organizational management, post-harvest technology transfer, social exclusion and emancipatory development, qualitative evaluation, higher education curriculum design and governance.