Visiting Assistant Professor, Michigan State University, 2013-Present
Research Associate, Centro de Estudios de Políticas Públicas IGNIRE, Chile, 2012-present
Ph.D., Sociology and History, Michigan State University, 2012
Graduate Specialization in International Development
Graduate Certificate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Dissertation: In the Shadow of Empire and Nation: Chilean Migration to the United States since the 1950s.
M.A., Sociology, Michigan State University, 2007
M.A., Political Sciences and International Relations, P. Universidad Católica de Chile, 2007
Licenciatura (2000) and Professional Degree (2002), Sociology, Universidad de Chile
Teaching and Research Interests
International Migration; Latin America and the Caribbean; Sociological theory and historiography; Globalization; Population and Development; 20th Century and recent History; Memory Studies.