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International political economy; global environment; Mexico and Latin America; Mexican economy; NAFTA; U.S.-Mexico relations; energy economics; Peace Corps; energy and environment sustainability;

Stephen C. Stamos
Professor of international relations
Phone: 570-577-3445
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Widely published on NAFTA and the Mexican economy; Interests include economic development; aftermath of economic crisis; NAFTA; co-author of six books, including International Economic Policy: Beyond the Trade and Debt Crisis (Lexington Books, 1989); currently writing The Puzzle of 21st-century Globalization with Patrice Franko, Colby College

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Last updated 2/11/2010

Immigration; Mexico; Latin American Area Studies; Hispanics within the United States

Elizabeth Durden
Assistant professor of sociology
Phone: 570-577-3483
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Recipient of 2008-2009 Fulbright Hays Faculty Research Award for investigation of indigenous migrants from Yucatan Mexico to the United States; previous research on race/ethnic inequities in health care access, marriage patterns of Mexican Americans and the emergence of democracy within Mexico has appeared in such publications as International Migration Review, Social Science Quarterly, the Bulletin of Latin American Research, and Medical Care.

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Durden named Fulbright Scholar

Last updated 12/29/2009


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