Dr. Tatiana Seijas
Upham Hall, 252
Oxford, OH 45056
Assistant Professor of History; Affiliate of the Latin American, Latino/a, and Caribbean Studies Program
- PhD 2008, Yale University
- MA, Yale University
- MA (Medieval Studies), Columbia University
- BA, Columbia University
- Colonial Latin America
- Iberian overseas expansion
- Comparative slavery
- Spanish borderlands
- HST 197 World History to 1500
- HST/BWS/LAS 243 History of the Atlantic Slave Trade
- HST 307 Latin American Civilization-Colonial Period
- HST 400 Senior Capstone: Honors
- HST/LAS 437/537 Latin American Environmental History
- HST 670 Graduate Colloquium: Comparative World Slavery
Asian Slaves in Colonial Mexico, Cambrdige University Press, forthcoming Spring 2014.
"Native Vassals: Chinos, Indigenous Identity, and Legal Protection in Early Modern Spain" in Western Visions of the Far East in a Transpacific Age (1522-1670), edited by Christina H. Lee, Ashgate, 2012.
“The Portuguese Slave Trade to Spanish Manila: 1580-1640,” Itinerario: International Journal on the History of European Expansion and Global Interaction, January 2008.
Newberry Renaissance Consortium Grant, Summer 2009
Dr. Seijas’s current book project is tentatively titled The Road of Empire: Covering the Distance between Mexico City and Santa Fe. It's an economic and social history of the camino real (royal road) that linked the capital of New Spain to the Spanish empire's northern frontier.