About Danielle Blalock
I am a second-year PhD student with an emphasis in Latin America and minors in the fields of global/comparative history and higher education. My dissertation research examines Chilean student networks, politics, and mobilization from 1964 through 1990. During the 2016-17 academic year, I will serve as the Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC) Executive Vice President.
Areas of Study
Latin America, Southern Cone, Chile, student activism, higher education, universities, education, revolutions, comparative women and gender, violence and power, memory, society and culture during military regimes in the Southern Cone, the Global Sixties
2015 - MA History, The University of Arizona
2011 - BA History and Spanish, Georgia Southern University