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Aldo Lauria-Santiago

Professor I

Chair, Department of Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies

Ph.D., The University of Chicago

M.A., New York University

B.A., Princeton University

At Rutgers since 2005

B200 Lucy Stone Hall, Livingston Campus
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El Salvador; Mexico; Guatemala; Caribbean; US Puerto Ricans and Lations



  • History of Central American Revolutions
  • US Latino History
  • History of Mexico
  • US Latino Labor History
  • Latino New York
  • Puerto Rican History
  • History of Cuba
  • Peasants and Workers in Latin America
  • Central America and the Caribbean


  • Latin American Workers, South and North
  • The Caribbean in the Age of Revolution
  • Latin America during the nineteenth Century
  • State, Nation and Revolution in Central America


  • To Rise in Darkness: Revolution, Repression, and Memory in El Salvador (Jeffrey Gould, Co-Author). Duke University Press. 2008.
  • Landscapes of Struggle: Politics, Society, and Community in El Salvador (Co-editor Leigh Binford) University of Pittsburgh Press, 2005.
  • An Agrarian Republic: Commercial Agriculture and the Politics of Peasant Communities in El Salvador, 1823-1914. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1999.
  • Identity and Struggle at the Margins of the Nation-State: The Laboring Peoples of Central America and the Hispanic Caribbean (co-editor Aviva Chomsky). Duke University Press, 1998.


  • A history of Puerto Rican workers and work in New York City, 1918-1970
  • Nineteenth-Century Peasants, Coffee and Mestizaje in Eastern Mexico

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