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Mark Alan Healey
University of Connecticut

Department of History

241 Glenbrook Road, Unit 2103

Storrs, CT  06269-2103


email: mark.healey@uconn.edu

phone: (860) 477 0857



Education

Duke University, Ph.D., History, 2000.

Duke University, M.A., History, 1998.

Universidad de Barcelona, Rotary Graduate Scholar, History, 1991.

Princeton University, B.S. cum laude, Civil Engineering / Architecture, 1990.

Academic Appointments


University of Connecticut, Assistant Professor of History, 2011-

University of California, Berkeley, Assistant Professor of History, 2003-11

University of Mississippi, Assistant Professor of History, 2002-3

Universidad Nacional de San Juan (Argentina), Visiting Professor, 2001.

New York University, ICAS Postdoctoral Fellow, 2000-2
Fellowships, Awards, and Grants

Sarlo Distinguished Graduate Mentoring Award, UC Berkeley, 2010.

Townsend Institute for the Humanities Fellow, UC Berkeley, 2007-8.

Junior Faculty Research Grant, UC Berkeley, 2004, 2006.

Mellon Institute Faculty Fellow, UC Berkeley, 2004

Program Grant, National Endowment for the Humanities, 2002.

Lewis Hanke Prize, Conference on Latin American History, 2001.

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson National Foundation, 2000-2.

Aleane Webb Dissertation Award, Duke University, 2000.

Franklin Distinguished Teaching Fellowship, Duke University, 1999-2000.

Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship (Spanish), 1997-8.

SSRC International Dissertation Research Fellowship, 1996-7.

Fulbright IIE Dissertation Fellowship, 1996-7.

Argentina Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson Int’l Center for Scholars, 1995-6.

Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship (Portuguese), 1993.

Rotary International Graduate Fellowship, 1990-1.



Publications

Books

The Ruins of the New Argentina: Peronism and the Remaking of San Juan after the 1944 Earthquake (Durham: Duke University Press, 2011).

(in Spanish) El peronismo entre las ruinas: el terremoto y la reconstrucción de San Juan (Buenos Aires: Siglo XXI Argentina, 2012).

Editor and translator, Blood, Ink and Culture: Miseries and Splendors of the Post-Mexican Condition by Roger Bartra (Durham: Duke University Press, 2002).

Editor and translator, Clerical Ideology in a Revolutionary Age: The Guadalajara Church and the Idea of the Mexican Nation 1788-1853 by Brian Connaughton (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2002).


Articles and Chapters


“Boom, Echo, and Scatter: Greater Buenos Aires over the Twentieth Century” in Melosi and Tutino, eds. New World Cities: Six Cities of the Americas Over the Long Twentieth Century (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, currently under review).

“Of Spirits, Skulls, and Sphinxes: Raimundo Nina Rodrigues and the Origins of Afro-Brazilian Anthrpology” (currently under review)

“The Superstition of Adobe and the Certainty of Concrete: Power, Shelter and Technical Knowledge after the 1944 Earthquake in Argentina” in Buchenau and Johnson, eds. Aftershocks: Earthquakes and Popular Politics in Latin America (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2009).

“Buscando un orden entre los escombros: proyectos políticos y respuestas religiosas después del terremoto de 1944 en San Juan, Argentina” Relaciones: estudios sobre historia y sociedad 97 (2004): 58-89.

“Powers of Misrecognition: Bourdieu and Wacquant on Race in Brazil” Nepantla: Views from South 4, no. 2 (2003): 391-402.

(in Spanish) “‘Disseram que voltei americanisada’: Bourdieu y Wacquant sobre raza en Brasil” Apuntes de investigación del CECyP 5 (Argentina, 2000): 95-102.

“El interior en disputa: proyectos de desarrollo y movimientos de protesta en las regiones extrapampeanas” in Violencia, proscripción y autoritarismo (1955-1976), vol. 9 of Mirta Lobato and Juan Suriano, eds. Nueva Historia Argentina (Buenos Aires: Editorial Sudamericana, 2003): 169-212.

“The Fragility of the Moment: Politics and Class in the Aftermath of the 1944 Argentine Earthquake” International Labor and Working-Class History 62 (2002): 50-9.

(in Spanish) “La trama política de un desastre natural: el terremoto y la reconstrucción de San Juan” Entrepasados 22 (Argentina, 2002): 49-66.

“La estructura ausente: territorio, desastre y memoria” Apuntes de investigación del CECyP 8 (Argentina, 2002): 59-70.

“‘The Sweet Matriarchy of Bahia’: Ruth Landes' Ethnography of Race and Gender” Dipositio/n 50 (2000): 87-116.

(in Portuguese) “Os desencontros da tradição na 'Cidade das mulheres': raça e gênero na etnografia da Ruth Landes” PAGU: Revista de estudos de gênero 6 (Brazil, 1997): 153-200.

“Labor and Integration: Building Regional and Global Ties” Latin American Labor News 12 (1996): 6-10.

Labor, Mercosur, and Latin American regional integration: a bibliography (Miami: Center for Labor Research & Studies, 1996). 50 pp.

with Russell Smith, Labor and Mercosur: A Briefing Book (Miami: Center for Labor Research & Studies, 1994). 155 pp.

with Russell Smith, eds. Labor and Mercosur: A Documentary Collection (Miami: Center for Labor Research & Studies, 1994) 300 pp.

Reviews


Jorge Francisco Liernur, La red austral: Obras y proyectos de Le Corbusier y sus discípulos en la Argentina (1924-1965) in Prismas: Revista de Historia Intelectual 14 (2010).

Charles Walker, Shaky Colonialism: the 1746 Earthquake-Tsunami in Lima, Peru, and its Long Aftermath in Hispanic American Historical Review 90, no. 4 (2010).

“Vida, pasión y banana del tropicalismo: cultura y política en los 60.” Review of Christopher Dunn, Brutality Garden and Marcelo Ridenti, Em busca do povo brasileiro in Apuntes de investigación del CECyP 9 (2004): 152-7.

Valerie Fraser, Building the New World: Studies in the Modern Architecture of Latin America in Hispanic American Historical Review 82, no. 4 (2002).

Sandra Gayol, Sociabilidad en Buenos Aires in Hispanic American Historical Review 81, no. 3-4 (2001).

Adrián Gorelik, La grilla y el parque: espacio público y cultura urbana en Buenos Aires 1887-



1936 in Hispanic American Historical Review 79, no.4 (1999).

Essays


with Ernesto Semán, “Down, Argentine Way” The American Prospect 13, no. 2 (28 Jan 2002): 12-3.

with Ernesto Semán, “The Costs of Orthodoxy” The American Prospect 13, no. 1 (14 Jan 2002): A34-7.



Presentations

Invited Talks and Conference Papers


“A Trembling State: Earthquakes, Power, and Politics in Chile, 1939-2010” Sociedad Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Historia Ambiental, Bogotá, June 2012.

“The Ruins of the New Argentina” Centre for Latin American Studies, University of Cambridge (UK), May 2012.

“Revelations Among the Ruins” Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Connecticut, October 2011

“The Politics of Disaster in Argentina” Latin America Workshop, Yale University, September 2011.

“Political Cultures of Disaster and Resilience: Chile and Argentina, 1880s-present” Culture and Disasters Conference, Universität Bielefeld (Germany), July 2011.

“The Stubborn Curse and Enduring Promise of Populism” Latin American Exceptionalism Conference, New York University, April 2011.

“The Lesser Destiny of Greater Buenos Aires” University of Houston, February 2010.

“Environmental History in the Southern Cone” American Historical Association, San Diego CA, January 2010.

“City of Forking Paths: The Diminished Destinies of Greater Buenos Aires” Georgetown University, March 2009.

“The Ruins of the New Argentina” Tulane University, February 2009.

“Culture, Institutions, and the State in Twentieth-Century Argentina” American Historical Association, Atlanta GA, January 2008.

“Power, Shelter and Technical Knowledge after the 1944 Earthquake in Argentina” Latin American Studies Association, San Juan PR, March 2006.

“Adobe Superstitions and Concrete Certainties: Labor, Class, and Shelter after the 1944 San Juan Earthquake” Latin American Labor History Conference, Duke University, April 2005.

“Tight Focus, Broad Views: Recent Argentine Historiography” American Historical Association, Seattle WA, January 2005.

“Revelations among the Ruins: Architects, Powerbrokers and the Argentine State after the San Juan Earthquake of 1944” University of California, Davis, June 2004.

“Civil Society After the 2001 Collapse” Indiana University, October 2003.

“Looking for Order Among the Ruins: Catholic Activists and State Authorities after the San Juan Earthquake” Latin American Studies Association, Dallas TX, March 2003.

“The ‘Superstition of Adobe’ and the Certainty of Concrete: Social Power, Technical Knowledge and Anti-Seismic Housing after the 1944 Earthquake in San Juan, Argentina” American Society for Environmental History, Denver CO, March 2002.

“La trama política de un desastre natural” Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2001.

“La hora de la ciudad quimérica: arquitectos y peronistas en la reconstrucción de San Juan después del terremoto” Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 2001.

“With a Camera in One Hand, and a Rock in the Other: Film, Revolutionary Nationalism, and La Hora de los Hornos” College of William and Mary, March 2001.

“Aftershocks and Utopias: Planning, Property and Politics after the Earthquake in

San Juan, Argentina, 1944-5” American Historical Association, Chicago IL,

January 2000.

“Estoy buscando América y temo no encontrarla: En torno a algunas polémicas

recientes en la historiografía norteamericana” AMICANA, Mendoza, Argentina, October 1997.

“Os desencontros da tradição na 'Cidade das mulheres': raça e gênero na etnografia da Ruth Landes” Brazilian Anthropology Association, Salvador, Brazil, April 1996.

“The Strange Career of Nina Rodrigues: The Fetish of Science and the Science of

the Fetish” Brazilian Studies Association, Minneapolis MN, May 1995.

“Integration or Disintegration? Labor and MERCOSUR” Southwestern Labor

Studies Association, Los Angeles CA, May 1995.

Commentator and Panel Organizer

American Historical Association (2007, 2009, 2010, 2011)

Social Science History Association (2011)

Latin American Studies Association (1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007)

Latin American Labor History Conference (1998, 1999, 2001, 2002)

Berkshire Conference on Women’s History (2005)

Sextas Jornadas Interescuelas de Historia, La Pampa, Argentina (1997)

Seminario Internacional Juan Perón, Universidad de Buenos Aires (1996)



Interviews and Media

“Hubo un borramiento del pasado,” Página/12 (Buenos Aires), 7 August 2006.

“Mario de Palermo,” Radio Ciudad (Buenos Aires), Sep 2005, Sep 2006.

“Power Point: After Katrina,” National Public Radio (Atlanta), Sep 2005.

“Mirá lo que te digo,” Radio Ciudad (Buenos Aires), Nov 2004.

“En la vereda,” Radio Ciudad (Buenos Aires), Sep 2003.

“Odyssey: Argentina and Perón’s Legacies,” National Public Radio (Chicago), May 2003.

“La mañana cultural,” Radio Nacional (San Juan), July 2001.

“Cuatro líneas,” Radio Universidad (San Juan), July 2001.

Teaching

Undergraduate Lecture Courses Taught


Modern Latin America (8x); Latin American History on Film (4x);

Latin America Since 1945 (2x); Latin American Populism;

Race and Nation in Latin America; Afro-Brazilian History (2x);

History of the Caribbean


Undergraduate Seminars Taught


Terror, Memory and Politics in Latin America;

Natural Disasters and State Formation in the Americas;

Afro-Brazilian History; Independent Latin America: The First Century

Thesis Seminar (4x)


Graduate Seminars Taught


Historiography of Modern Latin America (2x); Graduate Research Seminar (3x)

Race and Nation in Latin America (2x); Modern Argentina & Chile (2x);

Latin American Cities; Latin American Populisms

Method and Theory in Oral History


Graduate Advising

Primary advisor


Five current doctoral students in Latin American History, UC Berkeley

Six completed master’s theses in Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley

Twenty-eight undergraduate theses (at UCB, Mississippi, NYU)

Committee member


Three current doctoral students in Latin American History, UC Berkeley

Twelve completed doctoral dissertations (tenure-track appointments at Chicago, Tufts, USC, Alabama, Naval Postgraduate School, Hope College)

Nine completed master’s theses in Latin American Studies

Professional and Service Activities

University of Connecticut


` Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, History Department, 2011-

University of California, Berkeley


` Chair and Head Graduate Advisor, Latin American Studies Program, 2010-1

Chair, Graduate Admissions Committee, History Department, 2006-7

Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, History Department, 2004-9

Executive Committee, Center for Latin American Studies, 2003-11

Admissions Committee, Latin American Studies Program, 2003-5, 9

Executive Committee, Catalan and Occitan Studies, 2006-11

Faculty Advisor, Phi Alpha Theta (History Honors Society), 2003-5

Colloquium Organizer, History Department, 2004-5

Equity Advisor, History Department, 2008-10

Computer Officer, History Department, 2003-5

Evaluation Committee, Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships, 2004-5

Six-Year Review Committee, College Writing Program, 2004



Professional Associations


Member, American Historical Association, Conference on Latin American

History, Latin American Studies Association, Urban History Association, Sociedad Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Historia Ambiental (SOLCHA)

Manuscript Referee, Oxford University Press, University of North Carolina Press, Duke University Press, University of Pittsburgh Press, Wiley-Blackwell

Article Referee, Hispanic American Historical Review, Latin American Research Review, Journal of Latin American Studies, Theory and Society, International Sociology, Journal of Jewish Identities, Labor

Evaluator, Social Science and Humanities Research Council (Canada), Fulbright IIE Fellowship, Mellon Fellowship in Latin American Sociology

Tibesar Prize Committee, Conference on Latin American History, 2009

Chair, Chile-Rio de la Plata Section, Conference on Latin American History, 2004-5

Secretary, Chile-Rio de la Plata Section, Conference on Latin American History, 2002-4

Editorial Board Member, Apuntes de investigación del CECyP, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1999-

Languages

Fluent in Spanish, Portuguese, and Catalan.





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