Lecturer in Latin American Studies
After an undergraduate degree in post-colonial literature at the University of Kent at Canterbury and an MA in Latin American Studies at Sheffield, Pascale completed her PhD at the University of Sheffield in 2011 with a thesis on the representation of bandits and banditry in Latin America.
Her research has since been published with the University of Wales Press (November 2015) as Revolutionaries, Rebels and Robbers: The Golden Age of Banditry in Mexico, Latin America and the Chicano-American Southwest, 1850-1950.
Hispanic Cultures & Societies
This module introduces students to the study of Spanish society and culture through enquiry-based learning, a student-centred approach that focuses on the acquisition and development of independence of thought, the use and application of research skills, and a focus on excellent presentation skills (oral and written) both on an individual level and in the context of group work.
A short clip about Pascale’s current Research and her most recent publication: Revolutionaries, Rebels and Robbers: The Golden Age of Banditry in Mexico, Latin America and the Chicano-American Southwest, 1850-1950
Revolutionaries, Rebels and Robbers
The Golden Age of Banditry in Mexico, Latin America And The Chicano American Southwest, 1850-1950
Pascale talking about Mexican Banditry on the RTE History Show
‘A historian who specialises in banditry in Mexico has just started work as Lecturer in Latin American Studies at UCD – her name is Pascale Baker – and she’s talking to Myles this week.’
Maria Lydia Polotto
PhD candidate in Spanish