University of Wisconsin–Madison

Florencia Mallon

Emeritus Professor

femallon@wisc.edu

608.263.1822

Office: 5125 Mosse Humanities
Mailbox: 5027 Mosse Humanities
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Florencia Mallon


Biography

My specializations are Modern Latin America; gender, ethnicity and class; and indigenous history. My Research and Teaching Interests include Latin American History, 19th and 20th centuries, especially Mexico, Peru, and Chile. Ethnicity, gender, and colonialism; oral history and testimonial literature; Native-state relations.

Education

Ph.D., Yale
M.A., Yale
B.A., Harvard

Books

History Courses

  • History 241- Modern Latin America, 1780-1930
  • History 242 – Modern Latin America, 1898 to the Present
  • History 441 – Revolution and Conflict in Modern Latin America
  • History 557 – Mexican Revolution
  • History 600 – Advanced Seminar in History
  • History 730 – Proseminar in Latin American History – Nineteenth-Century
  • History 730 – Proseminar in Latin American History – Twentieth-Century Historiography
  • History 753 – Seminar in comparative World History – “Gender and Colonialism”
  • History 829 – Research Seminar in Latin American History
  • History 982 – Seminar in Latin American Area – Native-State Relations
  • History 982 – Seminar in Latin American Area – Oral History and Testimonial Literature