PhD 2012, UCLA
422N Minard Hall
Areas of Research Interest: Colonial Mexico; Nahua (Aztec) politics, society, and culture; the early modern Atlantic world; cross-cultural contact and exchange.
“Beyond the Burnt Stake: The Rule of Don Antonio Pimentel Tlahuitoltzin in Tetzcoco, 1540-1545,” in Texcoco: Prehispanic and Colonial Perspectives. Eds. Jongsoo Lee and Galen Brokaw (forthcoming, University of Colorado Press).
"The Lords of Tetzcoco: Sixteenth-Century Transformations of Indigenous Leadership in the Aztec Empire's Second City." Ph.D. dissertation, UCLA, 2012.
Journal Article: "The Outsider: Don Fernando de Alva Ixtlilxochitl's Tenuous Ties to Tetzcoco."
"The Lords of Tetzcoco."
Honors and Fellowships:
Mellon Institute in Spanish Paleography
Phi Beta Kappa
HIST 271: Introduction to Latin American History
HIST 470: Modern Latin America I