Heather Flynn Roller will receive her Ph.D. from Stanford University in June and will begin teaching at Colgate University in the fall. Her dissertation, which she hopes to revise for publication, focuses on migration, mobility, and community formation in the Portuguese Amazon. Her research interests include comparative ethnohistories and spatial history.
Ageeth Sluis is an assistant professor of Latin American History and Gender Studies at Butler University. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Arizona and works on the intersections of gender, space, and history in Latin America.
Jaymie Patricia Heilman received her doctorate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2006. She is an Assistant Professor of History at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, Canada. Her book, Before the Shining Path: Politics in Rural Ayacucho, Peru, 1895-1980, is under contract with Stanford University Press, and she is currently working on a manuscript about Peru's Tawantinsuyo Committee.
Elisa Servín is a Research Professor at the Dirección de Estudios Históricos of the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia in Mexico City. She is the author of Ruptura y oposición, El movimiento henriquista, 1945-1954 (2001) and La oposición política: otra cara del siglo XX mexicano (2006), and coeditor (with Leticia Reina and John Tutino) of Cycles of Conflict, Centuries of Change. Crisis, Reform and Revolution in Mexico (2007). She is currently working on a book on social movements and political conflicts in mid-twentieth century Mexico.