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Roberto Arguedas

US-Latin American Diplomatic History

Graduate Student
BA, University of Pennsylvania, 2003

Office: 104 LeConte

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Born in Costa Rica, I attended the University of Pennsylvania for my undergraduate degree in European history. Subsequently, I enlisted in the Marine Corps and served four years in the infantry before being honorably discharged as a sergeant. I obtained an MAT at Emory University in 2009 and taught social studies at a Dekalb County public school. Currently, I am beginning my work on US/Latin American relationships with an emphasis on Costa Rica in the 20th century.

Research and Teaching Interests

[Cultural & Intellectual]
[Imperialism & Colonialism]
[Latin America & Caribbean]
[Political & Legal]
[U.S. 19th & 20th Century]
[War and Diplomacy]

Honors and Awards

Carl Vipperman Teaching Assistantship Award, UGA History Department (2012)


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