Kathryn J. Burns

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465 Hamilton Hall
CB# 3195
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599
919.962.6618 (phone)
kjburns@email.unc.edu


BA, Princeton University, 1981
MA, University of Texas, 1984
MA, Harvard University, 1988
PhD, Harvard University, 1993

Kathryn Burns is not accepting graduate students at this time

Research Interests

Kathryn Burns works on colonial Latin America, especially the history of mestizaje, property, and literacy in the colonial Andes. Her first book examined nuns, production, and reproduction in Cuzco. Her second traces the practices of the Spanish American escribanos who shaped notarial truth and generated vast colonial archives.

Some Notable Publications

Graduate Students Advised by Kathryn Burns

  • Kathryn Burns is not accepting graduate students at this time

Courses Offered (as schedules allow)

For current course listings, consult the Registrar’s Schedule of Classes.

  • HIST 142—Latin America Under Colonial Rule
  • HIST 143—Latin America Since Independence
  • HIST 280 (WMST 80)—Women and Gender in Latin American History
  • HIST 397—The History of Race in Latin America
  • HIST 713—Introductory Colloquium in Latin American History Before 1810
  • HIST 721—Readings in European Expansion and Global Interaction, 1400–1800
  • HIST 820—Gender and Power in Colonial Latin America
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