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Luis Gonzalez Profile

Luis Gonzalez

  • Librarian for Latin American Studies, Spanish and Portuguese, Chicano-Riqueno Studies, Latino Studies
Education and Professional Experience
    Luis A. González holds a Ph.D. in History from the University of Minnesota, with a concentration in modern Brazil and minors in Caribbean and African history. Later, he trained as a bibliographer in Latin American Studies at Duke University. He has published in the fields of Brazilian agrarian, social, and socio-legal history, and in Latin American Studies librarianship.

    Latino Studies, and Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures at Indiana University.
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Herman B Wells Library E660
(812) 855-7416
Fax: (812) 855-8068

Refereed Publications
    “Conmemoraciones de la libertad: el 13 de mayo en el discurso varguista." Op. Cit. Revista del Centro de Investigaciones Históricas 16 (2005): 179-219.
    “Work, Property, and the Negotiation of Rights in the Brazilian Cane Fields: Campos, Rio de Janeiro, 1930-1950.” In Crime and Punishment in Latin America: Law and Society since Late Colonial Times, edited by Ricardo Salvatore, Carlos Aguirre, and Gilbert M. Joseph, 113-143. Durham: Duke University Press, 2001.

last updated: 2/20/2007