Sandra McGee Deutsch is professor of history, specializing in twentieth-century Argentina, Brazil, and Chile. She teaches courses on South America, Caribbean/Central America, Latin American women and gender, Latin American Jews, and other post-independence topics. She is the author of Counterrevolution in Argentina, 1900-1932: The Argentine Patriotic League (Univ. of Nebraska, 1986) and Las derechas: The Extreme Right in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile, 1890-1939 (Stanford Univ., 1999), as well as numerous articles, and co-editor of The Argentine Right (Scholarly Resources, 1993). She is finishing a book on Argentine Jewish women, 1880-1955. She has received grants from NEH, American Council of Learned Societies, U.S. Dept. of Education, Fulbright, American Philosophical Society, American Historical Association, Littauer Foundation, and UTEP. Deutsch is also the recipient of a UTEP teaching award. Last but not least, there is little she likes more than to listen to tangos in Buenos Aires, drink Argentine wine, and eat parillada mixta.
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