Dr. Corinna Zeltsman
Assistant Professor of History (2017).
B.A. Wesleyan University (2006), M.A., Duke University (2013); Ph.D., Duke University (2016).
Teaching and Research Interests: Latin America, Mexico, History of Printing and the Book, Visual Culture, Labor History
Upper Division Courses:
- HIST 3537 Colonial Latin America
- HIST 3538 Modern Latin America
Website — http://zeltsman.wordpress.com
Department of History
Georgia Southern University
P. O. Box 8054
Statesboro, GA 30460-8054
Office: #2092, Interdisciplinary Academic Building
- “Defining Responsibility: Printers, Politics, and the Law in Early Republican Mexico City.” The Hispanic American Historical Review. 98, no. 2 (May 2018): 189-222.
- “When Documents are More than Just Words.” Dissertation Reviews, November 16, 2015. http://dissertationreviews.org/archives/13048
Professional Activities, Awards, and Honors:
- William Reese Company/John Alden Memorial Fellowship, John Carter Brown Library, 2019
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry, Emory University, 2018-2019
- National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Research Fellowship, 2018
- Best Dissertation Prize, Nineteenth-Century Section, Latin American Studies Association, 2018
- Bibliographical Society of America/Pine Tree Foundation Fellowship in Hispanic Bibliography, 2018
- Scholarly Pursuit Award, Georgia Southern University, 2018
- Richmond Brown Dissertation Prize, Latin American & Caribbean Section of the Southern Historical Association, 2017
- Book Manuscript: “Ink Under the Fingernails: Printing and the Materiality of Politics in Nineteenth-Century Mexico.” My current book project examines how everyday and acute conflicts surrounding print production and consumption shaped Mexico’s urban political culture, press freedom, and the contours of liberalism across the long nineteenth century.
Last updated: 11/12/2020