Stéphanie Panichelli-Batalla, co-director
Rosie Doyle, co-director
Rosie Doyle is Senior Teaching Fellow in Latin American History. She is a Historian of Mexico. Rosie holds a PhD in Latin American Studies and Spanish from the University of St Andrews.
Her doctoral research and publications to date were outputs of the AHRC digital history project The Pronunciamiento in Independent Mexico 1821 – 1876. These publications were studies of political culture, social revolt and state formation in early-independent Mexico.
Her current research project is a history of human rights in Mexico. It is a study of how the relationship between Liberation Theologians, local communities and indigenous rights and human rights activists has developed since the late 1960s. This research draws on interviews with activists, educators, community members, priests and theologians working in four different regions of Mexico.