Daniel Richter
Lecturer

Daniel Richter is a Lecturer in the Department of History. He received his doctorate from UMD in Latin American history in 2016. His research explores Latin American urban and cultural history, the transnational history of mass culture and commodities, and the histories of Argentina and Uruguay. He is currently revising for publication his book manuscript, "Symbiotic Cities: Buenos Aires, Montevideo, and Mass Culture, 1910-1960." His published work includes articles in the Journal of Urban History, the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History, and the Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies. Dr. Richter teaches various history courses about cities, drugs, soccer, and other topics related to global history and Latin America. His research and teaching have been supported by the Uruguayan Fulbright Commission and numerous fellowships from UMD.

 

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