Danielle Blalock Barefoot

About Danielle Blalock Barefoot

I am a PhD candidate with an emphasis in Latin America and minors in the fields of global/comparative history and higher education. From March-November 2018, I will complete my dissertation research as a Fulbright research grant awardee. My dissertation examines Chilean student networks, politics, and mobilization from 1964 through 1990. Additionally, I will serve as a researcher on the Juventudes project led by Professor Óscar Aguilera. To keep up with my research and Fulbright journey, follow my blog and my Twitter (@chileanista). 

Areas of Study

Latin America, Southern Cone, Chile, student activism, student politics, politics of education, higher education, university/universities, education, political history, revolutions, comparative women and gender, gender and sexuality, violence and power, memory, society and culture during military regimes in the Southern Cone, the Global Sixties

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Contact Information

Danielle Blalock Barefoot
Ph.D. Candidate, Graduate Teaching Associate
Office Hours: AY 2017-18: By appointment or email only

Degree(s)

M.A. History, The University of Arizona

B.A. History and Modern Languages (Spanish), Georgia Southern University

Courses Taught

Instructor:

  • HIST/LAS/AFAS 352 - Slavery in Latin America (Fall 2017)
  • HIST/LAS/GWS 469 - Gender and Sexuality in Latin America (Summer 2017)

Graduate Teaching Associate:

  • HIST 160A2 - Asia and the World (Fall 2017, discussion leader), Lanza
  • HIST/AFAS 436 - Civil War and Reconstruction (Spring 2017, grader), Hemphill
  • HIST 301 - Introduction to History (Fall 2016, grader), Irvin
  • HIST/AFAS 348 - The South since the Civil War (Spring 2016, discussion section leader), Steptoe
  • HIST 160 - Asia and the World (Fall 2015, discussion section leader), Lanza

Grader:

  • AFAS/SOC 220 - Introduction to African American Studies (Spring 2015), Ijagbemi
  • AFAS 371 - Hip Hop Cinema (Spring 2015), Sanchez
  • AFAS/SOC 220 - Introduction to African American Studies (Fall 2014), Machibya
  • AFAS/SOC 220 - Introduction to African American Studies (Fall 2013),  Machibya
  • AFAS 160 - Introduction to African American Literature (Fall 2013), Machibya
  • AFAS 320 - The Slave Narrative in Historical and Literary Perspectives (Spring 2013), Abana
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Contact Us

Department of History
Cesar E. Chavez
Main Office, Room 415 
1110 James E. Rogers Way
Tucson, AZ 85721
Tel: (520) 621-1586
Fax: (520) 621-2422