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Sociology and Anthropology

Sarah Warren

Assistant Professor of Sociology

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J.R. Howard Hall

Academic Credentials:
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 2010; M.A. University of Texas - Austin; B.A. University of Arizona

Teaching Interests:
Latin America, Race & ethnicity globally, Indigenous peoples and politics, Gender in Latin America, Nation-building and nationalism

Warren, Sarah D. 2013. “A Nation Divided: Building the Cross-Border Mapuche Nation in Chile and Argentina.” Journal of Latin American Studies 45(2): 235-264.

Warren, Sarah D. 2012. “Latin American Identity Politics: Redefining Citizenship.” Sociology Compass 6(10): 833-844.

Warren, Sarah D. 2009. “How Will We Recognize Each Other as Mapuche? Gender and Ethnic Identity Performances in Argentina.” Gender & Society 23(6): 768-789.



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Sarah Warren Assistant Professor of Sociology

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