Danielle Blalock Barefoot

Ph.D. Student, Latin American History

Dissertation: “Collaborative Activisms: Chilean University Student Networks and Mobilization, 1964-1990”

I am a Ph.D. candidate with an emphasis in Latin America and minors in the fields of global/comparative history and higher education.

From March-November 2018, I completed my dissertation research in Chile as a Fulbright IIE Student Scholar (Research). My dissertation examines Chilean student networks, politics, and mobilization from 1964 through 1990. To keep up with my research and dissertation journey, go to my website below or follow my Twitter (@chileanista).

In addition to my studies, I am the Assistant Director of Nationally Competitive Scholarships. This office is housed in the Honors College, but serves all current UA students and recent alumni. 

For more information, please email me.