Aims McGuinness

Aims McGuinness

Associate Professor

Office: NWQ B, Room 4511
Phone: (414) 229-4227
e-mail: smia@uwm.edu
Curriculum Vitae: pdf

Degree(s):

Ph.D., University of Michigan. (2001)
A.B., Princeton University (1990)

Research Interests:

Latin America, global history, U.S. empire, sovereignty, socialism

Teaching Areas:

Latin America, global history, U.S. empire, socialism, exploration, historical methodology

Courses Offered:

Hist 132: World History, 1500-Present
Hist 293: Seminar on Historical Methods (History of Exploration)
Hist 372: Revolutions in Global History/Socialism in Global History
Hist 600: Seminar in History (History of Exploration)
Hist 939: Approaches to Global History
Hist 940: Biography and Global History
Global 101: People and Politics
Global 321: The City in Global History

Selected Publications

Mcguinness, Aims C., and McKay, Steven C.“Afterword: Diaspora and the Language of Neoliberalism.” New Routes for Diaspora Studies Ed. Banerjee, Sukanya, Mcguinness, Aims C., and McKay, Steven C. Indiana University Press. (2012): pp. 229-232 (4 pgs.).
Buff, Rachel I.“Domestic Internationalisms, Imperial Nationalisms: Civil Rights, Immigration and Conjugal Military Policy.” Routing Diasporas Ed. Mcguinness, Aims C., McKay, Steve, and Banerjee, Sukanya. University of Illinois. (2012) .
Smith, Adam, Zeidler, Anita, and Mcguinness, Aims C.““Advancing Human Progress: Frank P. Zeidler’s Vision for Milwaukee'.” Sponsored by the UW-Milwaukee History Department and the Frank P. Zeidler Memorial Lecture Committee (2012) .
Banerjee, Sukanya, Mcguinness, Aims C., and McKay, Steven C., eds. “New Routes for Diaspora Studies.” Indiana University Press. (2012): 252.
Mcguinness, Aims C.“Museum Exhibition at Smithsonian Institution, “Panamanians Passages/Pasajes Panameños.” (Ripley Center). Collaboration between the Smithsonian Latino Center, the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, and the Museo del Canal Interoceánico de Panamá.” (2009) .
Mcguinness, Aims C.“Review of 'Myths of Harmony: Race and Republicanism during the Age of Revolution, Colombia 1795–1831,' by Marixa Lasso.” Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 14, no. 2 (November 2009): 500-502. 14.2 (2009): 500-502.
Mcguinness, Aims C.“Path of Empire: Panama and the California Gold Rush (Paperback, Revised).” Ed. McGuinness, Aims. Cornell University Press. (2009): 264.
Mcguinness, Aims C.““The Revolution Begins Here: Milwaukee and the History of Socialism.”.” Perspectives on Milwaukee’s Past Ed. Anderson, Margo J., and Greene, Victor. University of Illinois Press. (2009): 77-104 (27 pages).
Mcguinness, Aims C.““Sovereignty on the Isthmus: Federalism, U.S. Empire, and the Struggle for panama during the California Gold Rush'.” The State of Sovereignty: Territories, Laws, Populations Ed. Howland, Douglas R., and White, Louise. Indiana University Press. (2009): 19-34 (16 pgs.).
Mcguinness, Aims C.“Path of Empire: Panama and the California Gold Rush.” Ed. McGuinness, Aims. Cornell University Press. (2008): 264.