I spoke with Nathaniel Parish Flannery about the upcoming Mexican elections for Forbes and tried out my “if you must compare AMLO to someone, he’s more Jimmy Carter than Hugo […]
My friend Carlos Bravo Regidor and I grew frustrated with the international coverage of the upcoming Mexican elections, in which the leftist Andrés Manuel López Obrador looks like the likely […]
Somehow something I tweeted, purely in my capacity as someone who was once a classroom teacher, ended up quoted in the Washington Post.
In The Nation, I have a review of Jonathan Brown’s Cuba’s Revolutionary World and Dirk Kruijt’s Cuba and Revolutionary Latin America. In February 1962, Fidel Castro spoke the words of the Second Declaration […]
An edited version of this will be in the Journal of Latin American Studies later, but I’m allowed to post pre-print text here. Richard Cándida Smith, Improvised Continent: Pan-Americanism and […]
LACIS 260 Latin America: An Introduction Professor Patrick Iber Spring 2018 This course will give a broad overview of Latin American history from the pre-colonial era to the present […]
History 706 Transnational Intellectual History Professor Patrick Iber As transnational history has moved from the fringes to the center of much historical inquiry, it has changed the […]