Professor Cane-Carrasco is a scholar of Latin America
who specializes on the history of Argentina. His new
book, The Fourth Enemy: Journalism and Power in
the Making of Peronist Argentina, 1930-1955, will
appear this year with Pennsylvania State University
Press. Other recent publications include "`Trabajadores
de la pluma: Periodistas, propietarios y estado en la
tranformacion de la prensa argentina, 1935-1945"
which is chapter one in Liliana Da Orden y Julio Cesar
Melon Pirro (eds), Prensa y peronismo. Discursos,
practicas, empresas (1943-1958). He has presented
his work at professional conferences, including new
research on the reception of Marx in Latin America,
and he has served as the president of Chile/Rio de la
Plata Committee of the Conference on Latin American
History. His teaching has ranged from "Experiences
of Socialism in the Twentieth-Century World" to
a team-taught course called "Cultural Revolutions
in the 1960s" to surveys of Hispanic America to
"Mass Movements in Twentieth-Century South America."
Professor Cane-Carrasco received his Ph.D. from the
University of California, Berkeley.