Dr. Ana Varela-Lago

Lecturer
(PhD University of California-San Diego)
Modern Europe, Spain 
Office phone: 928-523-0317
Office BS 204 
Email: Ana.Varela@nau.edu 

Teaching experience 

 Recent courses taught include Europe since 1500, World History to 1500, World History 1500 to Present, Modern France, War and Conflict, War and memory, Modern Spain, and Historians and the Study of History.  

Recent publications

“A  emigracion galega aos Estados Unidos: galegos en Luisiana, Florida e Nova York (1870-1940),” [“Galician Migration to the United States:  Galicians in Louisiana, Florida, and New York”]  in Estudo Migratorios.  Revista Galega de Analisis das Migracions, vol 1:2 (2008):63-84.

Biographical entries on Jose Yglesias, Al Lopez, Vicente Martinez Ybor, and Angel Cuesta, in E. Barkan, ed.,  Making It in America:  A Sourcebook on Eminent Ethnic Americans (ABC-CLIO 2001).

“” ‘No Pasaran!’ The Spanish Civil War’s Impact on Tampa’s Latin Community, 1936-1939,” in Tampa Bay History 19:2( Fall/Winter 1997): 5-35.

“ ‘We had to Help’:  Remembering Tampa’s Response to the Spanish Civil War,”  Tampa Bay History 19:2 (Fall/Winter 1997): 36-56.

“From Patriotism to Mutualism:  the Early Years of the Centro Espanol de Tampa, 1891-1903,” Tampa Bay History 15:2 (Fall/Winter 1993): 5-23.

Invited lectures, awards/fellowships (sample select list only)

“Americaniards, Hispanics, Latins?  The Spanish Immigrant Experience in America,” invited lecture, Interdisciplinary Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, New York University, (November 2009)
Research Travel Fellowship, Program for Cultural Cooperation Between Spain’s Ministry of Culture and US Universities (2008)
Research Travel Grant, Institute for International, Comparative, and Area Studies (IICAS), University of California-San Diego (2006)