An interdisciplinary, moderated, and peer-reviewed forum for ideas, research, and creativity that fosters critical dialogues
Author: Sandy Plácido
Sandy Plácido is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Latinx History at Oberlin College. She is an interdisciplinary scholar who specializes in the history and culture of Latinxs, the Caribbean, the African diaspora, and the Americas. Placido’s book manuscript, “A Global Vision: Dr. Ana Livia Cordero and the Puerto Rican Liberation Struggle, 1931-1992,” is the first, in-depth study of Ana Livia Cordero, a Puerto Rican woman physician and anti-imperialist activist. Placido earned a PhD in American Studies at Harvard University.