Assistant Professor of History
University of Mississippi, Ph.D. Latin American History 2010
Northwestern State University, M.A. History 2002
Louisiana Tech University, B.A. History 1997
Areas of Expertise:
Latin American History, Indigenous History, Human Rights, Revolutions and Social Justice
Autumn Quezada-Grant is an Assistant Professor of History. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Mississippi in 2010, in Latin American History. Dr. Quezada-Grant has a broad research interest, which includes modern Latin America, indigenous history, social justice, and human rights. As co-advisor for RWU’s Chapter of FIMRC, she leads service-learning trips throughout Latin America, linking together intersections of social justice, history and public health for undergraduate students. In January, she will co-teach an immersion-service, study abroad course titled “Social Justice in Hispaniola.” In the past, she has taught a study abroad course in El Salvador. Watch the video of photos from El Salvador.
Her blog can be found at https://otonomoon.wordpress.com