NACLA Welcomes Four New Incoming Editorial Committee Members
The North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA) is pleased to welcome four new members to its editorial committee:
Hilda Lloréns is a cultural anthropologist, decolonial scholar, and an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Rhode Island. Read a faculty bio here.
Jayson Porter is a PhD candidate at Northwestern University focusing his dissertation on pesticide-based eradication campaigns—against pests, plants, and people—in the Mexican states of Guerrero and Sinaloa. Read a full bio here.
Keisha-Khan Perry is an Associate Professor in Africana Studies at Brown University who specializes in the critical study of race, gender, and politics in the Americas. Read a faculty bio here.
Pablo José López Oro is an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at Smith College. His research interests include Black politics in Latin America, the Caribbean and U.S. AfroLatinidades, Black Latinx LGBTQ movements and performances, and Black transnationalism. Read a faculty bio here.
NACLA also profoundly thanks outgoing editorial committee members Emily Achtenberg, Fred Rosen, Greg Grandin, Jack Hammond, John Lindsay-Poland, and Kirsten Weld for their many years of work and their longstanding commitment to the organization’s mission.
Composed of scholars, activists, journalists, and experts, the editorial committee meets twice a year to plan and discuss future issues of the NACLA Report on the Americas. Current committee members and staff look forward to working alongside our incoming colleagues to continue providing high quality coverage of Latin America and the Caribbean.
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