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Affiliated Department or Office
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
PhD History, University of Pittsburgh
MA International Affairs, Columbia University
BA Tufts University

John Galante’s scholarly interests are primarily in Latin American history and global studies. His teaching and research focus on international migration and the patterns of homeland connection and receiving-country adaptation associated with migratory movement. His professional experience in the energy sector informs his teaching on the history, geopolitics and global market dynamics of energy. He has particular expertise in South America and the Southern Cone, where he has worked, conducted fieldwork and traveled extensively.

Scholarly Work

“Globalising World War I: The Italian War Effort in Greater Buenos Aires.” In Proximity and Distance: Space, Time and World War, edited by Romain Fathi and Emily Robertson, Melbourne University Press
"Buenos Aires and the making of italo-argentinidad, 1915–1919," Storia e Regione
"The 'Great War' in Il Plata: Italian Immigrants in Buenos Aires and Montevideo during World War I," Journal of Migration History
"Parallel Transformations: Labor and Government in Argentina, 1915-1922," Revista de Ciencias Sociales (Chile)