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Richard Conway received a PhD from Tulane University. A historian of colonial Latin America, his research interests include the social and environmental history of Mexico. He teaches courses including: Early Latin America, the History of Mexico, and Indigenous Societies in Latin America. He has published articles in several journals, including The Americas, Colonial Latin American Review, and Ethnohistory, and his book, Islands in the Lake: Environment and Ethnohistory in Xochimilco, New Spain is forthcoming with Cambridge University Press. He also serves as the book review editor of Ethnohistory.
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