Monica Rankin, Ph.D. School of Arts and Humanities
Assistant Professor of History
From writing about the drug wars to the peso crisis to Mexican society during World War II, Dr. Rankin has a broad understanding of Latin America, in particular the history of modern Mexico.
Fluent in Spanish and English, Rankin teaches courses on Latin American literature and history and is the author of ¡Mexico la patria! Modernity, National Unity, and Propaganda during World War II, as well as 10 encyclopedia articles and numerous book chapters and reviews.
Rankin, a recipient of the Fulbright-García Robles Fellowship for Mexico, received her Ph.D. in Mexican history from the University of Arizona at Tucson.
Updated: November 29, 2011