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Bonilla Yarimar 2014 Yarimar Bonilla — Associate Professor in Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies and Anthropology, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. Anthropology, University of Chicago
Research interests: social movements and political imaginaries in the non-sovereign Caribbean
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http://anthro.rutgers.edu/fac/487-yarimar-bonilla
Butler Kim Kim D. Butler — Associate Professor in Africana Studies, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. History, Johns Hopkins University
Research interests: blacks in Brazil and black diaspora in Latin America and the Caribbean
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http://africanastudies.rutgers.edu/faculty-mainmenu-134/88-sample-faculty-item-2
jasoncortez 

Jason Cortés — Assistant Professor in Spanish and Portuguese Studies, and American Studies, Rutgers University Newark.  Ph.D. Latin American Literature, Pennsylvania State University.  Research interests: Caribbean literature, US Latina/o literature, Contemporary Latin American literature and culture, Gender Studies, and Critical Theory.
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http://www.ncas.rutgers.edu/jason-cortes

Decena Carlos Carlos Decena — Associate Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies and Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. American Studies, New York University
Research interests: cultural studies of the Americas and gender and sexuality
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http://womens-studies.rutgers.edu/faculty/core-faculty/127-carlos-decena
Dinsey-Flores Zaire Zaire Dinzey-Flores — Associate Professor in Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies and Sociology, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. Public Policy and Sociology, University of Michigan.
Research interests: urban space, community life and social inequality in a comparative Caribbean-U.S. framework
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http://sociology.rutgers.edu/FACULTY/dinzey.html
belinda 

Belinda Edmondson — Professor, English, African American and African Studies; affiliate faculty, American Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, Center for Migration, Rutgers University Newark. Ph.D. English, Northwestern University.
Research interests: Caribbean, African, African American, and African diaspora literatures and cultures.
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http://www.ncas.rutgers.edu/belinda-edmondson
http://www.newark.rutgers.edu/about-us/have-you-met-rutgers-newark/belinda-edmondson

Flores Tatiana

Tatiana Flores — Associate Professor in Art History and Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University.
Research interests: Latin American and Caribbean art and visual studies
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https://rutgers.academia.edu/TatianaFlores

http://latcar.rutgers.edu/people/core-faculty/48-tatiana-flores

 Fuentes Marissa

Marisa Fuentes — Assistant Professor in Women and Gender Studies and History, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. African American Studies, UC Berkeley
Research interests: race, gender and sexuality in the 18th century urban Atlantic
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http://womens-studies.rutgers.edu/faculty/core-faculty/369-marisa-j-fuentes
http://history.rutgers.edu/faculty-directory/346-fuentes-marisa

Iannini Chris

Christopher Iannini — Associate Professor in English, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. English, CUNY
Research interests: 18th century circum-Caribbean
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http://english.rutgers.edu/faculty/facultyprofiles/278-ciannini.html

ElenaLahrVivaz

Elena Lahr Vivaz — Assistant Professor in Spanish and Portuguese Studies, Rutgers— Newark. PhD, Hispanic Studies, University of Pennsylvania
Research interests: Latin American film and fiction, Mexican melodramas, the Cuban archipelago
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http://www.ncas.rutgers.edu/elena-lahr-vivaz
http://cca.rutgers.edu/seminar/faculty-fellows/311-elena-lahr-vivaz

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Renee Larrier — Professor and Chair, Department of French, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. French, Columbia University. Research interests: French-language literatures in the Caribbean and Africe, Women writers
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http://french.rutgers.edu/2015-07-21-16-19-40/faculty-members/458-renee-larrier78

 laura

Laura Lomas — Associate Professor, English and American Studies; Affiliate, Women and Gender Studies, Rutgers University-Newark. Ph.D. English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University.
Research interests:  Latina/o and Caribbean literature, culture and literary history, translation and transcultural studies.
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http://www.ncas.rutgers.edu/laura-lomas

Lopez Kathy

Kathy López — Associate Professor in Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies and History, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. History, University of Michigan
Research interests: Asians in Latin America and the Caribbean, Postemancipation Caribbean societies, race and ethnicity in the Americas, International Migration
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http://latcar.rutgers.edu/people/core-faculty/50-kathleen-lopez

Nelson-Maldonado-Torres

Nelson Maldonado Torres — Associate Professor in Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies and Comparative Literature, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. Religious Studies, Brown University
Research interests: Caribbean intellectual thought, de-colonial ethics and epistemologies
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http://complit.rutgers.edu/index.php?option=com_content&;task=view&id=235

Martinez-SanMiguel Yolanda 2014

Yolanda Martinez San Miguel — Professor in Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies and Comparative Literature, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies, UC Berkeley
Research interests: French, Hispanic and Anglophone Caribbean literary and cultural studies
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http://www.yolandamartinez-sanmiguel.com/

Mathes Carter

Carter Mathes — Associate Professor in English, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. African American Studies, UC Berkeley
Research interests: Anglophone Caribbean, African American, and Black Diaspora, literary and sound studies
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http://english.rutgers.edu/faculty/facultyprofiles/252-cmathes.html

Nerlekar Anjali

Anjali Nerlekar — Assistant Professor in African, Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Literatures, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. English, University of Kansas
Research interests: Anglophone South Asian diaspora, Trinidad, literary studies
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http://www.amesall.rutgers.edu/core-faculty/156-dr-anjali-nerlekar

Stephens Michelle Michelle Stephens — Professor I in English and Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. American Studies, Yale University
Research interests: African American, American, Caribbean and Black Diaspora Literature and Culture
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http://english.rutgers.edu/faculty/facultyprofiles/1636-stephens-michelle-a.html
Stevens Camilla Camilla Stevens — Associate Professor in Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies and Spanish and Portuguese, Rutgers - New Brunswick. Ph.D. Spanish and Portugese, University of Kansas
Research interests: Hispanic and Anglophone Caribbean performance studies
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http://latcar.rutgers.edu/people/core-faculty/82-camilla-stevens

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