Martin Carrion, Ph.D., M.P.P.

Martin Carrion, Ph.D., M.P.P.
Assistant Teaching Professor of Spanish and Political Science, Languages and Political Science
147 Kochel

Mailing Address:
ERIE PA 16563

Dr. Carrion’s main research focuses on an interdisciplinary reading of Andean and Mexican colonial texts produced by Native-Americans, Mestizos, and Europeans. His secondary research interest is on how Latin America’s pre-colonial and colonial pasts inform current debates on identity-politics, sustainable development, and the emergent field of Latino/a/X Studies in the United States. 

Peer-Reviewed Journals

  • “Surviving Conquest: From Huacas to Cofradia in 17th Century Cuzco.” Modern Language Notes, Vol.134., Number 2, March 2019, 324-350.
  • “Indigenous Musicians in Colonial Cuzco.” Early Music America: The Magazine of Historical Performance, Vol.19, Issue 2, Summer 2013, 32-35.
  • “Population Dynamics in Baltimore Neighborhoods: The Good the Bad and the Ugly.” Occasional Paper Series of the Institute for Policy Studies. Number 27, Fall 2003, 108-123.

Edited-Volume Contributions

  • “‘It is but One World’: Revisiting the Mestizo, Mestisaje, and Globalization.” Celaya, Lori and Watson, Sonja.Transatlantic and Transculturation Dialogues on Identity, Culture, and Migration. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group (Forthcoming 2021).
  • “Knowledge.” Levy, Evonne, and Mills, Kenneth. Lexicon of the Hispanic Baroque: Transatlantic Exchange and Transformation. Austin: University of Texas, 2014.

Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University, Romance Languages and Literatures

M.P.P., The Johns Hopkins University, Institute for Policy Studies, Public Policy 

Post-Graduate Diploma, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies

CERT, The Johns Hopkins University, Center for Civil Society Studies, Non-Profit Studies 

B.A., The Johns Hopkins University, International Relations and Minor in Economics