Andrew G Britt

Associate Professor, HistoryDivision of Liberal Arts
Andrew Britt

Andrew G Britt joined the Division of Liberal Arts faculty after having taught courses at Northwestern University and Emory University. Having just finished a postdoctoral fellow in Digital Humanities at Northwestern University, Britt has been a panelist and speaker on Latin American History for events in Brazil, Chile and Puerto Rico. 

Credentials

  • Former instructor, “Hitchhiking the Atlantic” and “Bulldozed: São Paulo and Chicago,” Northwestern University, 2019
  • Former instructor, “Hitchhiking the Atlantic,” Emory University, 2015

Career Highlights

  • Recipient of both the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship and the International Dissertation Research Fellowship, Social Science Research Council

Awards, Recognitions and Honors

  • Best Dissertation in the Humanities (Antonio Candido Prize), Honorable Mention, Latin American Studies Association Brazil Section
  • Jon M. Tolman Award, Brazilian Studies Association
  • Joseph J. Matthews Prize, Emory University History Department

Organizations

  • Latin American Studies Association
  • American Historical Association
  • The Conference on Latin American History
  • Brazilian Studies Association
  • Association for Computers and Humanities
  • Urban History Association

Education

Ph.D. Latin American HistoryEmory University

M.A. Latin American HistoryEmory University

B.A. History and EnglishWake Forest University