HISTORY 500 Latin American Revolutions Professor Patrick Iber Fall 2018 This course will examine the causes, consequences, and legacies of Latin America’s major revolutions of the twentieth century […]
I have a review of Aldo Marchesi’s Latin America’s Radical Left up at h-net; it’s open access, like all h-net content, so just click over.
In the Chronicle Review, I tried to work through my frequently conflicted feelings about teaching, politics, history, and ideology, especially in this moment of intense polarization. We work and live in a […]
History 434 U.S. Foreign Relations Since 1898 Professor Patrick Iber Fall 2018 / MWF 11:00-11:50AM For the most of the twentieth century, the United States was the […]
For Nueva Sociedad, I wrote about the victory of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Since it was for an international audience, I tried to place her in the context of broader social movements […]
In the wake of AMLO’s sweeping victory in Mexico’s elections, Carlos Bravo Regidor and I have returned to Dissent to analyze the results. It was a strikingly thorough victory, he […]
I have a review/essay of Quinn Slobodian’s excellent book Globalists in The New Republic. This was both a challenge and a pleasure to write, and I’m proud of how it turned out. […]