Affiliated Faculty Profile: Most of my work centers on the history and culture of the revolutionary independence period throughout Latin America and the Atlantic World. I am interested in issues of cross-cultural contact, national identity formation, and...
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Congratulations to our 2014 IDS undergraduate prize winners! Excellence in International Development Studies prize
Michele Donne International Development Studies prizes
Rachael Vriezen (Economics and Business Development)
Anne Legate-Wolfe (Environment and Development)
Erin Stefaniuk (Historical Perspectives in Development)
Candice Viveiros (Latin American Studies)
Lucas Burton (Political Economy and Administrative Change)
Anna Aukema (Rural and Agricultural Development)