Dr. Kenneth Paul Moss

Dr. Kenneth  Paul Moss

Dr. Kenneth Paul Moss

Visiting Assistant Professor
Quinlan Hall 301
p: 251-380-3062

Ph.D., Latin American History and Women and Gender Studies, Rutgers University, 2016
M.A., Latin American History, Binghamton University, 2009
B.A., History and Spanish, Alfred University, 2003

Kenneth Paul Moss teaches Latin American and global history. He is currently writing a book manuscript that discusses the role of newspapers in the development of the modern Mexican state during the Revolutionary Period, 1900-1940. His research interests include modern Latin America, Women and Gender and subaltern studies. A current CV is available here

Book Reviews

Hotel Mexico: Dwelling on the ’68 Movement (2016) by George F. Flaherty for Diálogo: An Interdiscipinary Studies Journal (forthcoming November 2016).        

 

Spring Hill Courses

Introduction to Colonial Latin America
Introduction to Modern Latin America