Daniel A. Rodriguez
Assistant Professor of History

Office Location

Peter Green 301

Daniel A. Rodriguez (PhD. New York University) works on the history of public health, medicine, and disease in Latin America and the Caribbean. His current book project,“A Blessed Formula for Progress: The Politics of Health, Medicine, and Welfare in Havana, 1897-1935,” looks at how struggles over disease and health shaped the lives of Havana's residents during the transition from colonial rule to independence. Professor Rodriguez's other teaching and research interests include the history of welfare and philanthropy, environmental history, and the history of gender and sexuality in Latin America and the Caribbean.  

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