Warner Hall 216
Office Phone: 203-837-8449
PhD in History expected 2012, Stony Brook University
MA in Latin American History, 2007, Stony Brook University
MA in European History, 2001, University at Albany
BA in History, 1998, Siena College
Latin American History
Sports and Society
Research Interests and
I am interested in sport as an identity ritual and a ritual of power in trans-Atlantic interactions between the Americas and Europe. My research focuses on modern Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. The title of my dissertation is, ��Building the New Brazilian Man: Football, Eugenics and Public Policy in the Making of the Ra�a Brasileiro, 1894-1950.� More broadly my research deals with popular culture, labor history and the history of science and attempts to engage with scholars across disciplines.
Publications and Reviews
Book Review: Bernardo Buarque de Holanda, O clube como vontade e representa��o: o jornalismo esportivo e a forma��o das torcidas organizadas de futebol no Rio de Janeiro, in Jornal do Brasil, August 10, 2010.
Book Review: Bernardo Buarque de Holanda, O clube como vontade e representa��o: o jornalismo esportivo e a forma��o das torcidas organizadas de futebol no Rio de Janeiro, in Os Cadernos AEL (revista do Arquivo Edgard Leuenroth da UNICAMP, Sao Paulo, Brazil, July 2010.
Co-Authored selected essays with Paulo Fontes: �Soccer� and �Confedera��o Brasiliera de Futebol (CBF)� in Brazil Today: An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic, Westport, CT, Greenwood Publishing, 2008.
Book Review: Gary Imlach, My Father and Other Working Class Heroes, in Soccer and Society, volume 8, issue 1, March 2007.