Barreto, Amílcar Antonio 1965-
BARRETO, Amílcar Antonio 1965-
PERSONAL: Born November 22, 1965, in San Juan, Puerto Rico; son of Amílcar (a physician) and Eloina Marquez (a homemaker) Barreto. Education: State University of New York at Buffalo, B.A., 1988, J.D., 1993, Ph.D., (political science), 1995.
ADDRESSES: Office—Northeastern University, 303 Meserve Hall, Boston, MA 02115. E-mail—[email protected]
CAREER: Educator and author. Alfred State College, Alfred, NY, assistant professor of political science, 1993-95; Northeastern University, Boston, MA, assistant professor of political science, 1995—.
MEMBER: American Political Science Association, Latin-American Studies Association, Puerto Rican Studies Association.
Language, Elites, and the State: Nationalism in Puerto Rico and Quebec, Praeger (Westport, CT), 1998.
The Politics of Language in Puerto Rico, University Press of Florida (Gainsville, FL), 2001.
Vieques, the Navy, and Puerto Rican Politics, University Press of Florida (Gainsville, FL), 2002.
Contributor to journals, including Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism, Caribbean Studies, Centro Journal, Homines, National and Ethnic Politics, Peace Review, Polity, and Revista de Ciencias Sociales. Contributor to books, including Encyclopedia of Minorities in American Politics, Oryx Press, 2000.
WORK IN PROGRESS: Research on the divergent strategies employed by elites and followers in nationalist movements.