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Raymond Craib

Raymond Craib

Marie Underhill Noll Professor, History

Raymond Craib's research and teaching interests revolve around the intersections of space, politics, and everyday practice. He is especially interested in Latin America and/as global history, critical geography/cartography, the left, and theory and history. As a 2020–21 Global Public Voices fellow, he collaborated with José Ragas (Universidad Catolica, Chile).

Craib's recent book, The Cry of the Renegade: Politics and Poetry in Interwar Chile, examines the relationships between space and politics—in this instance, in the context of post-World War I Santiago, Chile, a city undergoing dramatic spatial and social transformation.

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