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Ashley Black

Visiting Assistant Professor of History

  • Ashley Black
    Ashley Black
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I am a historian of modern Latin America, specializing in the political history of post-revolutionary Mexico and US-Latin American relations. In both my teaching and my research, I highlight the social, political, and cultural connections that bind together the countries of the Americas. My current work examines Mexican asylum policy, using the Mexican government’s relations with political asylum-seekers as a window onto foreign relations during the 1940s and 1950s. My previous work has explored themes of gender, solidarity, and human rights in the Americas. A native of British Columbia, I am happy to be back on the west coast after earning a PhD in Latin American History at Stony Brook University in 2018.

Specialty

Latin America

Academic Credentials

Ph.D, Department of History, Stony Brook University

M.A, Latin American and Iberian Studies, University of British Columbia Okanagan

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Ashley Black’s office is located in room 424 of Miller .

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Ashley Black Visiting Assistant Professor of History

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