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history professor

Lydia M. Garner, Brazilian history professor. Member of World History Association (president), History and Geography Institute Brazil (correspondent), Oxford Round Table.

Background

Garner, Lydia M. was born on February 25, 1937 in Santos, São Paulo, Brazil. Arrived in United States of America, 1969. Daughter of José Magalhãs and Lydia Nunes.

Education

Bachelor in History and Sociology, University Texas, Arlington, 1979. Master of Arts in History, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy in Latin American History, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1987.

Career

Various administrative positions VARIG Airlines, Rio de Janeiro, 1960—1969. Teaching fellow Johns Hopkins University, 1982, post-doctoral fellow, 1988. Visiting professor University Delaware, 1988, 1991—1992.

Associate professor Texas State University, since 1992.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of World History Association (president), History and Geography Institute Brazil (correspondent), Oxford Round Table.

Connections

Married Stanton B. Garner, June 20, 1969. 1 child Edward Charles.

father:
José Magalhãs

mother:
Lydia Nunes

spouse:
Stanton B. Garner

child:
Edward Charles Garner