Graduate Directory

Bree Booth

Research Interests

black queer/feminist theories, Latina/e feminisms, race/class/gender/sexuality and empire, the black atlantic, transatlantic slave trade, historical and community archives.

Biography, Education and Training

Bree Booth is a PhD student in the Latin American and Latino Studies Department, originally from Lake County, IL. Bree recieved their B.A. in Africana Studies (self-designed) from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. Their research interests include the creation and curation of archives, Black queer theory/studies, and the time period of the transatlantic slave trade.

Honors, Awards and Grants

LALS Qualifying Exams Fellowship (Winter 2022)

UCSC-SSRC Dissertation Proposal Development Program (Spring/Summer 2021)

Tri-Alpha First Generation Honor Society (2019) 

Muhlenberg College Dean of Academic Life Summer Research Grant Recipient (Summer 2018)

 

 

Selected Performances

Sedehi Diversity Project Student Director (2017)

Sedehi Diversity Project Ensemble Member (2016)

 

Teaching Interests

Teaching Assistant Experience:

  • Introduction to Latin American and Latino Studies
  • Introduction to Human Rights and Social Justice
  • Concepts and Theories in Latin American and Latino Studies
  • Social Science Analytics 
  • Cultural Theory in the Americas
  • Unfree Migrations
  • Race and Mobility