Faculty
Faculty
Maya Vase Photography copyright Justin Kerr File #K1183

Miles Rodríguez

Assistant Professor of History

Miles Rodríguez

E-mail: mrodrig@bard.edu
Office: Seymour 301

Ph.D., Harvard University, 2010; Postdoctoral Fellow in Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego, 2010-12. Miles is Assistant Professor of LAIS and Historical Studies, at Bard since 2012-13. Miles’s research specialties are: the Mexican Revolution and modern Mexico; revolutionary movements in modern Latin America; class-based movements among working and country people in international and global perspective. His current research and book project reinterprets the Mexican Revolution by exploring the ways in which working people and popular classes fared during and after the Revolution, as they formed agrarian leagues, worker unions, and their own independent revolutionary movements. At Bard, Miles teaches Colonial Latin American since Conquest, Modern Latin America since Independence, Latin American Revolutions, Mexican & Mexican-American Histories & Cultures, and the Anthropology & History of Brazil & Mexico.