Stanley Blake

Associate Professor | History
Faculty

Stanley Blake is an Associate Professor of History. Dr. Blake's interests include Modern Brazilian and Latin American history; race and national identity in Latin America; and Latin American political and economic history. 

His publications include The Invention of the Nordestino: Race, Region, and the State, 1850-1945 (forthcoming); “The Politics of Northeastern Brazil, 1925-1945” Bulletin of the History of Medicine (forthcoming); “História Brasileria nos Estados Unidos: perspectivas teóricas e historiográficas” Mneme-Revista de Humanidades (2008); “The Medicalization of Nordestinos: Public Health and Regional Identity in Northeastern Brazil, 1889-1930,” The Americas (2003).

 
 
Education
  • Ph.D., History, State University of New York - Stony Brook (2001)
  • M.A., History, State University of New York - Stony Brook (1995)