Dr. Bobby Vaughn
Professor of Anthropology
|Office location:||St. Mary's 128|
|Office hours:||Mondays 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., Wednesdays 1 p.m. - 2 p.m.|
- Ph.D., Anthropology, Stanford University,1997-01 (Conferred September 27, 2001)
- A.M., Anthropology, Stanford University, 1995-97
- Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City, Program in Language and Culture, 1991-92
- A.B., Lafayette College, Easton, PA, Magna cum Laude, Government and Law & Spanish Language and Literature, 1989-93
- Race and Ethnicity in Mexico
- Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
- Blackness in Latin America
- Topics in Nationalism and Ethnicity
- Anthropology of Mexico
- Latin American Area Studies
- Race and Ethnicity in Cross-Cultural Perspective
- Case Studies in Migration, Transmigration, and Exile
- The Human Experience – First Year Interdisciplinary Core Course
- Race, ethnicity, race and gender, blackness, African diaspora, slavery, Mexican intellectual history, indigeneity, Latin American nationalism, transnational migration, peasant society, qualitative methods, visual anthropology (photography), Mexico, Latin America.
- Black Diaspora Consortium Summer Research Grant, University of Texas at Austin, August, 2003
- Amos Scholar/Lecturer (annual honor given to a scholar; invited to give a public lecture), Lincoln University, March 8, 2000
- MacArthur Consortium Dissertation Fellowship at Center of International Security and Cooperation, Stanford, 1999-2000 (for dissertation write-up)
- National Science Foundation Dissertation Research Grant, 1998-1999 (for field research)
- National Science Foundation Minority Fellowship for Graduate Study, 1995-1998
- Centennial Award for Outstanding Teaching, 1997
- Fulbright IIE Grant to study Afro-Mexican Experience, 1993-94 (for field research)
- Phi Beta Kappa, Lafayette College, 1993
- George Wharton Pepper Prize, Lafayette College, Awarded to "the student who best represents the Lafayette ideal," 1993
- Short-term ethnographic research in North Carolina, Black Diaspora Consortium, UT Austin, 2004
- Summer research and writing in Oaxaca (Costa Chica), Black Diaspora Consortium, UT Austin, 2003
- Dissertation research in Oaxaca (Costa Chica) and Veracruz, Mexico, (NSF Grant) 1998-1999
- Field research in Oaxaca, Mexico, Summer 1997
- Field research in Oaxaca, Mexico, Summer 1996
- Initial research in Oaxaca and Guerrero (Costa Chica), Mexico (Fulbright IIE Grant), 1993-94.
- Vaughn, Bobby and Ben Vinson III. Unfinished Migrations: From the Mexican South to the American South – Impressions on Afro-Mexican Migration to North Carolina In Beyond Slavery: The Multilayered Legacy of Africans in Latin America and the Caribbean. Davis, Darién J., ed. pp. 223-245. New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007.
- Vaugh, Bobby. Afro-Mexico: Blacks, Indígenas, Politics, and the Greater Diaspora. In Neither Enemies Nor Friends: Latinos, Blacks, Afro-Latinos. A. Dzidzienyo and S. Oboler, eds. pp. 117-136. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
- Vaughn, Bobby. "The Discurive Negation of Blackness in Contemporary Mexico." Review of Black Political Economy. 33(1), 2005.
- Vinson, Ben and Bobby Vaughn. Afroméxico: El pulso de la población negra en México: Una historia recordada, olvidada y vuelta a recordar. Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2004.
- Vaughn, Bobby. Race and Nation: A Study of Blackness in Mexico. Doctoral Dissertation. Stanford University, 2001.
- Vaughn, Bobby. "Mexico in the Context of the Slave Trade." Diálogo. (5):14-19, 2001.
- “Blacks in Mexico. Who Knew?” Invited talk, The Fellowship Forum, Palo Alto, California, February 13, 2007.
- “Mexican Blackness: Afro-Mexicans Past and Present,” Keynote address, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration Events, University of California at San Francisco, January 17, 2006
- “Afro-Mexicans of the Costa Chica,” at National Council of La Raza’s Afro-Mexico: Africa’s Legacy in Mexican Culture, Washington, DC., May 11, 2005
- “From the Mexican South to the American South: Afro-Mexican Migration to North Carolina,” at New Directions in North American Scholarship on Afro-Mexico, Penn State University, October 15, 2004.
- “The Discursive Negation of Blackness in Contemporary Mexico,” at Engaging North America Part I: Interrogating the African Presence in Mexico, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, March 26, 2002.
- "Blackness in Contemporary Mexico: Discourses of Mestizaje and Indigenismo," at International Cultural Encounter in Cuba: History, Culture and Society in the African Diaspora, as part of panel, "Afro-Mexican Identities Past and Present," Havana, Cuba, July, 2000.
- "Mexicans of African Descent," as part of "Blacks in the Southwest, 1880-2000: A Visual Representation," University of New Mexico, February, 2000.
- "Indigenismo, Mestizaje, and the Contemporary Afro-Mexican Experience," at AmericanAnthropological Association Meetings, as part of panel, "Blackness by Any Other Name," November, 1999
- "Black Mexico: Race and Nation in the Costa Chica Regions of Guerrero and Oaxaca," at International Expressions '99, The Franklin H. Williams Caribbean Cultural Center/African Diaspora Institute, October, 1999
- "La Raza y La Nación: La Conciencia Racial en México," at international symposium Balances, retos y perspectivas de los estudios sobre la población de origen africano en México hacia fines de siglo, Oaxaca de Juárez, Mexico, November 1997
- "Perspectives on Black-Indian Relations in Colonial Mexico," at National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Salt Lake City, Utah, , 1993
- Oral presentation and slide presentation at Caribbean Cultural Center, New York City, "African Legacy in Mexico," 1993