Mexico

  • Mexico

    The DRCLAS Mexico Office was established in 2012

The Mexico Program at DRCLAS and the Mexico Office are committed to deepening engagement with the region through an active program of events and activities, academic and internship opportunities for students, and support for faculty research.

The DRCLAS Mexico Office was established in 2012 in Mexico City. The Office has three main objectives: to increase Harvard faculty involvement in the region, to help Harvard students connect with relevant academic and professional opportunities, and facilitate Harvard´s collaboration with public and private institutions, as well as other organizations in the region.

 

For more information, please contact:

Rachel Murray-Crawford for inquiries related to the Mexico Program in Cambridge and/or Student Programs.

Mauricio Benítez Iturbe for inquiries related to programming in Mexico.

Ariana Campos Domínguez for inquiries related to student programs in Mexico City.

Mexico Faculty Committee

Diane Davis

Diane Davis

Charles Dyer Norton Professor of Regional Planning and Urbanism
Chair of the Department of Urban Planning and Design
Chair, DRCLAS Mexico Faculty Committee
Davíd Carrasco

Davíd Carrasco

Neil L. Rudenstine Professor of the Study of Latin America (HDS)
Former DRCLAS Executive Committee member
Faculty Project: From Coyolxauhqui to Tlaltecuhtil: 30 Years of Archaeology at Templo Mayor (Mexico)
Douglas Dockery

Douglas Dockery

Professor of Environmental Epidemiology
Chair, Department of Environmental Health
Enrique Cifuentes

Enrique Cifuentes

Principal Research Scientist
Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health
Michael Reich

Michael Reich

Taro Takemi Professor of International Health Policy
Department of Global Health and Population
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health