An interview posted on UA News can be found here.
About Charles Hoyack
I am a first year MA student specializing in Latin America. I focus on de-colonialization, Cold War dictatorships, liberation theology, and the role of ideologies and culture shaping political systems.
Areas of Study
Latin American History, Economic History, Intellectual History, Religious History, World History.
B.A., University of Arizona, 2015. History; PPEL (Philosophy, Poltiics, Economics, Law)
Teaching Assistant for the following courses:
HIST 280: Sports and Ethnic America, 1900-present; Fall 2016.
HIST 160C: The Making of American Cultures, 1600-1877; Spring 2016.
Grader for the following courses:
AFAS 200: Introduction to Africana Studies; Fall 2015.
AFAS 160A1: Traditions and Societies of the World-The Africana Experience; Fall 2015.
RELI 210: Religion in the American Experience; Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Summer 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014.