Natasha Varner

 Natasha Varner, PhD, is a writer and historian whose work focuses on race, identity, and settler colonialism in Mexico and the United States. She is the recipient of the 2017 Lewis Hanke postdoctoral research award presented by the Conference on Latin American History. In addition to traditional academic pursuits, she is a public scholar who has written for Public Radio International and Jacobin, among other outlets.
La Raza Cosmética La Raza Cosmética
La Raza Cosmética

La Raza Cosmética

Beauty, Identity, and Settler Colonialism in Postrevolutionary Mexico

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