Anderson Hagler
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I and a Ph.D. candidate at Duke University. I research colonial Latin American and Caribbean history. Specifically, my scholarship examines how subaltern vassals have resisted state-led attempts to impose orthodoxy. My most recent project analyzes how popular magic and deviant sexuality in eighteenth-century New Spain problematize the construct of the human being during the Enlightenment.

I and a Ph.D. candidate at Duke University. I research colonial Latin American and Caribbean history. Specifically, my scholarship examines how subaltern vassals have resisted state-led attempts to impose orthodoxy. My most recent project analyzes how popular magic and deviant sexuality in eighteenth-century New Spain problematize the construct of the human being during the Enlightenment.