Pedro Cameselle-Pesce, PhD

Associate Professor

Research Interests

  • U.S.-Latin American Relations; Immigration and Ethnicity; Latin America in the World

Current Courses

FALL 2023:

Hist 390 - Latin American Student Movements & Political Change

Hist 474/556 - U.S.-Latin American Relations

WINTER 2024:

Hist 123 - World History Since 1500

Hist 499 - U.S.-Latin American Relations

SPRING 2024:

Hist 123: World History Since 1500

Hist 327: Soccer in Latin America

Selected Publications

Cameselle-Pesce, Pedro and Debbie Sharnak. Uruguay in Transnational Perspective. Routledge, 2023.

Cameselle-Pesce, Pedro. “Hugo Fernández Artucio and the Language of Democracy in Uruguay During World War II.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History. Oxford University Press, 2014—. Article published December 21, 2022.

Cameselle-Pesce, Pedro. “Italian-Uruguayans for Free Italy: Serafino Romualdi's Quest for Transnational Anti-Fascist Networks during World War II.” The Americas; 77, no. 2 (2020): 247–73.