Faculty

The Latin American and Latino Studies Program is supported by Penn faculty and staff from a variety of departments.

Sociology
228 McNeil Building

Economics
229 & 536 McNeil Building

Anthropology
415 Anthropology Museum 215-898-7461

Romance Languages
512 Williams Hall 215-898-3065

Associate Director, Language and Cultural Perspective Program at the Lauder Institute
200 Lauder-Fischer Hall 215-898-6843

Economics
215-898-5652

Economics
160 McNeil 215-898-1506

Social Policy and Practice
3701 Locust Walk, Castor Hall 215-746-5489

Anthropology--South American archaeology, prehistoric complex societies, agricultural systems
435 Museum 215-898-2281

Political Science
217 Stiteler Hall 215-898-4240

History -- Modern Latin America, twentieth-century Colombia, feminist theory
306 College Hall 215-898-9919, 215-459-8649

Professor Emerita History -- Colonial Mesoamerica, Ethnohistory
307 College Hall 215-898-7851

Primatology, Conservation of eco-systems
Department of Anthropology 8-1072

History
308D College Hall 215-573-9241

Romance Languages
545 Williams 215-898-6309

Sociology
231 McNeil Building 215.898.5534

Romance Languages
521 Williams Hall 215-573-2373

Romance Languages-Latin American indigenous cultures, particularly Andean
521 Williams Hall 215-898-1092

Librarian, Research & Instructional Services
210 Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center (215)898-4325

Education- Languages and education in culturally and lingustically diverse settings
334 Graduate School of Education 215-898-7957

Romance Languages
513 Williams

Romance Languages
504 Williams Hall 215-898-6029

Anthropology-Penn Cultural Heritage Center, Penn Museum. Research interests: Mesoamerica, ancient complex societies, community archaeology, heritage preservation and economic development worldwide
526 Museum 215-573-1202

Romance Languages
546 Williams Hall 215-898-6034

History Department
College Hall 313

Anthropology - Native Peoples of the Southwest, archaeology
437 Museum 215-898-9017

Romance Languages
507 Williams Hall 215-898-5124

Director, University Museum--Mesoamerica, archaeology
355 Museum 215-898-9316

Anthropology-- Mayan archaeology
R433 Museum 215-898-4033

Spanish and Latin American cinema, medieval media studies, early modern medicine
503 Williams 215-573-5081

Romance Languages
504 Williams Hall

Anthropology.-- Cultural, Race and Gender, Caribbean and Africa
335 Museum 215-746-0435

Anthropology-- Native South American languages and cultures
518 Museum 215-898-0895

Anthropology-- Health of South American indigenous people

City Planning--community and economic development institutions
G16 Meyerson 215-898-5226

History
215-898-8452

Sociology
246 McNeil Building 215.573.5169

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