Prof. Milagros Denis-Rosario is an Associate Professor of History. She earned a Ph.D. in Latin America and Caribbean history from Howard University and a MA in Africana Studies from Cornell University. She has published in the Journal of Pan-African Studies, The Delaware Review of Latin American Studies, Centro Journal and journal Memorias. She just finished revising her book manuscript entitled, “Drops of Inclusivity: Racial Formation and Meanings in Puerto Rican Society, 1898-1960”. Professor Denis-Rosario regularly participates in Latin American Studies Association (LASA), the Puerto Rican Studies Association (PRSA) and other international conferences. Her research interests includes Afro-Latinos, African Diaspora in Latin America, Latinos, gender, Puerto Ricans, Afro-Diasporic coalitions, and politics of cultural representation.
Latino Communities in the US, Puerto Rican History since 1898, Latino Pop Culture and Seminar of the Afro-Latino Experience in the US.