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    Geoff Burrows is an independent scholar of Latin America whose work focuses on the history of Puerto Rico and the legacy of US imperialism in the Caribbean. He is currently working on a book manuscript called Para Permanencia: Public Health, Public Works, and the New Deal in Puerto Rico. A Senior Program Officer in the NEH Division of Research, he has previously taught at Queens College, Hunter College, and Seton Hall University and holds a PhD in History from the CUNY Graduate Center. He lives with his wife and daughters in Washington DC.


    PhD, History, CUNY Graduate Center, 2014.

    MA, History, Hunter College, 2008.

    BA, Interdisciplinary Studies, UC Berkeley, 1995.

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