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Susan V. Richards <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The intersection of art and politics in Latin America is my main research focus. I am especially interested in women, art, and politics in 20th century Mexico.
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-LatAm
Web Editor for H-LatAm
|Reviews:||Naysayers of Mexico's Nuclear Power Program
|Interests:||Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Ph.D. History, University of New Mexico, 2001
MA, Latin American Studies, UNM, 1993
BA, Psychology, University of Minnesota, 1979
Teaching: Latin America survey courses and Modern Mexico.
Publications: Book reviews on H-LatAm and the New Mexico Historical Review. Article in the New Mexico Historical Review, "From Traders to Traitors?: The Armijo Brothers through the Nineteenth Century"
My dissertation, "Imaging the Political: El Taller de Grafica Popular in Mexico, 1937-1949," expanded my grasp of technology through the use of imaging equipment and software. My association with H-LatAm furthers that knowledge, as I learn the mechanics of editing the list, and the basics of maintaining the Web site for H-LatAm.