Jaime Marroquín (PhD, University of Texas at Austin) is a specialist in Mexico and Greater Mexico cultural history from global and transnational perspectives. His work analyzes exchanges of knowledge between Amerindian and European cultures, and their significance for the emergence and consolidation of early modern science and thought. He also studies the cultural history of Greater Mexico as seen from its long ethnographic tradition. Among his publications are Diálogos con Quetzalcóatl: humanismo, etnografía y ciencia (Iberoamericana Vervuert, 2014), and La historia de los prejuicios en América: la Conquista (Porrúa, 2007). He is also co-editor of Translating Nature: Transcultural Histories of Early Modern Science (Forthcoming University of Pennsylvania Press), and Open Borders to a Revolution: Culture, Politics and Migration. (Smithsonian Scholarly Press, 2013).
Ph. D. (University of Texas at Austin, 2007)
Associate Professor of Spanish
Chair of the Modern Languages Department
Office: HSS 307
(Spring 2018) W 10 – 3, or by appointment
Western Oregon University
Monmouth, OR 97361