The University has very many teaching and research staff working on Latin American history, literature, culture, anthropology, politics, economics and language. Some of these are:
Senior Lecturer in Latin American History, author of Between Resistance and Adaptation: Indigenous peoples and the Colonisation of the Chocó, 1510-1753 (2004).
Senior Lecturer in Latin American Studies, author of Adventuring through Spanish colonies: Simón Bolívar, Foreign Mercenaries and the Birth of New Nations (2006).
Lecturer in Latin American Studies, working on Chile, Peru and Bolivia
RCUK Academic Fellow, School of Geographical Sciences
Senior Lecturer in History, Department of Historical Studies. He is currently writing a book on the intellectual world of Miguel de Cervantes.
Senior Lecturer, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
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