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| | University of North Carolina at Charlotte, assistant professor, 1999-2002, associate professor, 2002-06, professor of history and Latin American studies, 2006--, director of Latin American studies, 2004-09, chair, Department of History, 2009--
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Fulbright-Hays grant, 1995; Sturgis-Leavitt Prize, best article, Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies, 1998, for "Inversión extranjera y nacionalismo: lo paradójico de la política internacional de Porfirio Díaz"; fellowships, National Endowment for the Humanities, 2001, 2008; Harvey L. Johnson Prize, best article, Southwest Council of Latin American Studies, 1999, for "Small Number, Great Impact: Mexico and Its Immigrants"; Franklin research grant, American Philosophical Society, 2004; grants from Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education, U.S.-Brazil, 2004, 2009; Alfred B. Thomas Award, best book, Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies, 2007, for Plutarco Elías Calles and the Mexican Revolution
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