University at Buffalo Department of History


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Dalia Muller, Assistant Professor /

Associate Director, Caribbean Studies Program
office: 563 Park Hall
phone: (716) 645-8414

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (2007)

M.A., University of California, Berkeley (2002)

B.A., Yale University (1999)

Field(s): North and South Atlantic World

Hub(s): Transnational Developments, Culture and Society, Politics

Courses Taught:

426, Modern Latin America

420, Beyond Paradise: The Making of the Modern Caribbean

506, North and South Atlantic Core

560, Caribbean History and Culture

Research Interests:

Latin America and Caribbean / Gulf region; expatriates and exiles; Pan-Americanism, Hispanism and Americanismo

Current Research:
I am revising my PhD dissertation for publication. "Cuban Emigres, Mexican Politics and the Cuban Question, 1895-1899" examines how Spanish immigrants, Mexican citizens
and Cuban emigres used the "Cuban Question" to refocus imperialist, nationalist and anti-colonial projects during the 1890s.

My article entitled "Latin America and the Question of Cuban Independence," which explores the political activities of Cuban exiles in Latin American during the 1890s, will be
published in The Americas (September 2011).


SUNY Faculty Diversity Program Fellow, 2009

Henry Morse Stephens Memorial Fellowship, 2003 and 2004

Tinker Summer Research Grant, 2002

Eugene Cota-Robles Fellowship, 2000


Latin American Studies Association

American Historical Association

Caribbean Studies Association

Conference on Latin American History

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