By Samantha Davis Arne Bialuschewski is assistant professor of history at Trent University. His research centers on cross-cultural relations in the seventeenth-century Atlantic world, early modern piracy, and the slave trade. Currently he is studying the relations between buccaneers and indigenous groups in Central America in the seventeenth century. You can read his article “Juan Gallardo: A Native American Buccaneer” in HAHR 100:2. 1. How did you come to focus on raiding in seventeenth-century Latin America as an area …
Interview with Paul K. Eiss, “A Revolutionary Postmortem: Body, Memory, and History in Yucatán, Mexico, 1915–2015”
Paul K. Eiss is an associate professor of anthropology and history at Carnegie Mellon University whose research joins the methods of archival history, ethnography, and cultural analysis. His book, In the Name of El Pueblo: Place, Community, and the Politics of History in Yucatán, was published by Duke University Press in 2010. You can read his article “A Revolutionary Postmortem: Body, Memory, and History in Yucatán, Mexico, 1915–2015” in HAHR 98.4.