Archive of Past Visiting Scholars

2016-2017

  • Erika Pani, El Colegio de México
    Tinker Visiting Professor
    Host: Department of History
    Courses: Revolutions, Constitutions and War: A Continent Transformed. The United States and Latin America, 1850–1880 (Autumn 2016); From “Mestizaje” to the “Mexican genome”: Imagining Mexican Society during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Winter 2017)
  • Joy Langston, CIDE
    Tinker Visiting Professor
    Host: Harris School of Public Policy
    Course: Clientelism and Elections in Latin America

2013-2014

  • Judith Boruchoff
    Associate Researcher, Katz Center for Mexican Studies
    Research interests: transnationalism and globalization; Mexico-U.S. migration; anthropological perspectives on the State; the nature of political agency; material culture
  • Berthold Molden
    Associate Researcher, Katz Center for Mexican Studies
  • Óscar Javier Barrera Aguilera
    El Colegio de México

2012-2013

El Colegio de México Visiting Professor:

  • Martha Lilia Tenorio, El Colegio de México
    Host: Department of Romance Languages and Literatures
    Fall 2012

2011-2012

  • Cesar Martinelli, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, Mexico City
    Host: Department of Economics
    Course: Topics in Political Economy

2010-2011

Tinker Visiting Professors from Mexico

  • Alma Guillermoprieto, journalist
    Host: Department of History
    Course: Looking for History: Chronicles of Contemporary Latin America
    Fall 2010
  • Gerardo Esquivel, El Colegio de México
    Host: Harris School of Public Policy Studies
    Courses: Economic Policy and Political Economy in Mexico; The Empirics of Economic Growth
    Fall 2010, Winter 2011

El Colegio de México Visiting Professor:

  • Graciela Márquez
    Host: Department of History
    Course: The Economic History of Latin America Since Independence, 1820-2010
    Spring 2011

2009-10

  • Clara Bargellini
    Host: Department of Art History
    Course: New World Mission Art: art and architecture of Franciscan and Jesuit missions among the Amerindian peoples of northern New Spain during the 17th and 18th centuries.
  • Alma Guillermoprieto
    Host: Department of History
    Course: Looking for History: Chronicles of Contemporary Latin America

2008-09

  • Alma Guillermoprieto
    Host: Department of English
    Course: Looking for History: Chronicles of Contemporary Latin America (fall)
  • Fausto Hernandez-Trillo
    Host: Harris School of Public Policy Studies
    Course: Topics in Mexican Economic Public Policy (fall)

2006-07

  • Anthony Stanton, El Colegio de Mexico
    Hosted by the Department of Romance Languages & Literatures
    Course: Poesía, Modernidad, e Historia: La Obra Inicial de Octavio Paz (1931-1958)
  • Barbara Pfeiler, Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán
    Host: Department of Comparative Human Development

2004-05

  • Fernando Escalante, El Colegio de México
    Host: Department of History
    Winter 2005 Course: Political Order in Latin America
    Spring 2005 Course: Political Cultures of the Left

2003-04

  • Jorge Durand, Universidad de Guadalajara
    Host: Department of Anthropology
    Fall 2003 Course: Mexican Migration to the United States

2002-03

  • Cuauhtémoc Cardenas
    Host: Department of History
    Spring 2003 Course: Life/Presidency: Lázaro Cardenas

1998-99

  • Javier Garciadiego Dantán, El Colegio de México
    Host: Department of History
    Spring 1999 Course: War, Regions and Actors in the Mexican Revolution

1997-98

  • Sergio Aguayo, El Colegio de México - Centro de Estudios Internacionales
    Host: Department of History
    Spring 1998 Course: Violence and Resistance in Mexico, 1960-98
  • Mario Lavista, National Conservatory of Music, Mexico
    Host: Department of Music
    Spring 1998 Course: Contemporary Mexican and Latin American Music

1996-97

  • Federico Reyes Heroles, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México /Este País, Editor
    Host: Department of History
    Fall 1996 Courses: Demythologizing Mexico; Origins of Authoritarian Culture
  • Eugenia Meyer, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    Host: Department of History
    Spring 1997 Courses: One Hundred Years of Mexican History: 1894-1994; Society and History in Mexican Cinema

1995-96

  • Larissa Lomnitz, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    Host: Department of Sociology
    Spring 1996 Courses: Contemporary Perspectives: Latin America and the Caribbean; Urban Social Structure in Latin America

1993-94

  • Fernando Cortés Cáceres, Colegio de México
    Host: Department of Political Science
    Fall 1993 Courses: The Informal Sector in Latin America; The Political Dynamics of Economic Reform

1992-93

  • Adolfo Aguilar Zinzer, Center for US Studies, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    Host: Department of History
    Fall 1992 Courses: US-Mexican Relations; Contemporary Mexico

1991-92

  • Guillermo de la Peña Topete, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social de Occidente (CIESAS), Guadalajara, Mexico
    Host: Department of Anthropology
    Spring 1992 Courses: The Politics of Ethnicity: Latin American; Rural Mobilizations in Modern Latin America: Political-Anthropological Perspectives

1990-91

  • Brígida von Mentz, Universidad Ibero-Americana, Mexico
    Host: Department of History
    Fall 1990 Courses: Social Classes in Mexico, Pre-Hispanic to the Revolution; Wealth and Power in Mexico

1989-90

  • José Luis Reyna, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico
    Host: Department of Sociology
    Fall 1989 Courses: Latin American Politics; Mexican Political System

1986-87

  • Alicia Hernández, El Colegio de México
    Host: Department of History
    Spring 1987 Courses: Modern Mexican Political History; Topics in Mexican Military History, 1848-1920

1984-85

  • Arturo Warman, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    Host: Department of History
    Spring 1985 Courses: Peasant Society in Twentieth-Century Mexico; New World Agriculture and the Formation of the World System

1983-84

  • Enrique Semo Calev, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    Host: Department of History
    Fall 1983 Courses: The Mexican Political System; and Revolutions in Mexican History
  • César Rodríguez Chicharro, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    Host: Department of Romance Languages and Literatures
    Spring/Winter 1984 Course: Colonial Literature

1982-83

  • Adolfo Gilly, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    Host: Department of History
    Fall 1982 Colloquium: The Mexican Revolution and Course: Ideology and State Forms in Modern Mexico