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Visiting Assistant Professor Melanie Huska
Melanie Huska is a historian of modern Latin America. Her research and teaching interests lie in Mexican popular culture, historical memory, and the relationship between Mexico’s postrevolutionary state and its culture industries. These currents intersect in her current research project, a book manuscript of her dissertation, “Entertaining Education: Teaching National History in Mexican State-Sponsored Comic Books and Telenovelas, 1963 to 1996,” which examines debates and controversies over public history in Mexico’s transition to neoliberalism.