Opportunities for MA and PhD Degrees in Latin American History at the University of Oklahoma
The Department of History at the University of Oklahoma is now accepting applications to its masters and doctoral programs in Latin American History for academic year 2009-2010.
The OU Latin American History program offers graduate stipends at both MA and PhD levels, and provides funding for research and conference travel. Our summer course in Mexico allows students to earn credit-hours conducting research while accumulating valuable in-country experience. OU Libraries has a strong Latin American collection of both primary and secondary materials for meaningful, on-campus research. The Latin American History program builds on our traditional strengths in Western, Native American, and Environmental History, where we enjoy a high placement rate for our graduates.
Our Department includes four full-time Latin Americanists: James Cane-Carrasco (modern Argentine political, cultural, and intellectual history); Sterling Evans, Welsh Chair (environmental, borderlands, agricultural history); Raphael Folsom (colonial Mexico, cultural, and ethnohistory); and Terry Rugeley (modern Mexico, Maya-area social and cultural history). In addition, we have two affiliate faculty: Alan McPherson, ConocoPhilips Petroleum Chair of Latin American Studies and a specialist in U.S.-Latin American relations; and Karl Offen, a cultural geographer specializing in the ethnohistory of Caribbean Central & South America. OU also enjoys a contingent of talented scholars in related disciplines.
For additional information, please contact Dr. Terry Rugeley, Director of Graduate Studies, Department of History, University of Oklahoma, 455 W. Lindsey, Norman, Oklahoma 73019-2004; or email@example.com.
Dr. Terry Rugeley
Director of Graduate Studies
Department of History
University of Oklahoma
455 W. Lindsey
Norman, OK 73019-2004
Phone: (405) 325-6002
Fax: (405) 325-4503 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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