Dr. Milagros Denis-Rosario is an associate professor of history. She earned her doctorate in Latin America and Caribbean history from Howard University and her master’s in Africana studies from Cornell University. She has been published in the Journal of Pan-African Studies, The Delaware Review of Latin American Studies, Centro Journal, journal Memorias and Latino Studies. She finished revising her book manuscript entitled, Drops of Inclusivity: Racial Formation and Meanings in Puerto Rican Society, 1898-1960.
Dr. Denis-Rosario regularly participates in the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), the Puerto Rican Studies Association (PRSA) and other international conferences. Her research interests include Afro-Latinos, African diaspora in Latin America, Latinos, gender, Puerto Ricans, Afro-diasporic coalitions and politics of cultural representation.