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history professor

Hector Lindo-Fuentes, American history professor. Member of Ford Foundation (Mexico City) (member advisory group social science Central America since 2007), American History Association.

Background

Lindo-Fuentes, Hector was born on October 18, 1952 in San Salvador, El Salvador. Son of Hugo Lindo and Carmen Fuentes de Lindo.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Chicago, 1984.

Career

Visiting assistant professor University Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1984—1985. Assistant professor University California, Santa Barbara, 1985—1991. Professor Fordham University, New York City, since 1991.

Member Comision National Educacion Ciencia y Desarrollo, San Salvador, 1994—1995. Advisor Institute Historia Nicaragua y Centroamerica, Managua, Nicaragua, since 1995. Member University Accreditation Commission, San Salvador, 2000—2008.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (book) Weak Foundations. The Economy of El Salvador in the Nineteenth Century (Choice Outstanding Academic Book award, 1991), La Economía de El Salvador en el Siglo XIX. Co-author: Central America 1821 1871: Liberalism Before Reform, Remembering a Massacre in El Salvador: The Insurrection of 1932, Roque Dalton, and the Politics of Historical Memory.

Membership

Member of Ford Foundation (Mexico City) (member advisory group social science Central America since 2007), American History Association.

Connections

father:
Hugo Lindo

mother:
Carmen Fuentes