Hattingh, Alistair

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Alistair Hattingh

Associate Professor of History
Advisor for Global Studies Major
114 Cambridge Hall
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Research Interests
-Twentieth Century Latin America
-Provincial and national politics in Argentina
Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara
M.A., Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London (UK)
B.A. University of Richmond

Dr. Hattingh teaches courses on Latin American, African, and World History. His classes include Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in the Americas, Cold War in the Americas, Latin American Film and History, and Modern Africa. He specializes in the history of Argentina, specifically the relationship between the government in Buenos Aires and the provinces during the period 1930 to 1943. He has two publications due out in 2024: “All the World's a Stage: Teaching Daniel Immerwahr's How to Hide an Empire,” co-written with Karen Dunak, is forthcoming in The History Teacher; and “El secreto de sus oídos. Una aproximación a las redes políticas, clientelares y de información del presidente Agustín P. Justo (1932-1943),” co-written with Ignacio López, is scheduled to appear in a volume edited by Maximiliano Fiquepron and Jeremías Silva from Ediciones UNGS, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, in Argentina. 

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