Alvaro Kaempfer scholarly research and publications aim to the intersections of history, politics and culture within narratives of transition from Colonialism to Modernity in Latin America. His current research focuses on 19th Century Latin American writings dealing with the consolidation of postcolonial states through ethnic, social, and urban cleansing. He is also working on imaginaries of Modernity/Globalization in a corpus of Ibero-American economic texts from the last decade of the XVIII century.
Program Director, Latin American Studies
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BA Universidad Austral, Chile, 1989
MA Universidad de Santiago, Chile, 1994
PhD Washington University in St. Louis, 1999
Colonial and 19th Century Latin American Studies