Leonor Taiano Campoverde, a PhD student in Spanish and presidential fellow, previously earned a Ph.D. in sociology and humanities at the University of Tromsø in Norway and master’s degrees at the University of Rome III and the Pontifical University of Salamanca. Her research on Spanish-Hispanic American culture and literature includes topics in the Spanish colonial period, Hispanic history and identity, migration, and the relationship between art and propaganda.
My research interests are focused in 4 aspects: Structures of power (clientelism) Theology of the state (Spanish Colonial territories) Migration Identity
Kellogg Congratulates Students on Earning PhDs
May 25, 2022
The Kellogg Institute congratulates their doctoral student affiliates who have earned PhDs in the closing academic year 2021-22. Their ranks include scholars from various fields, as well as both Kellogg Dissertation Year Fellows and PhD Fellows.