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susanne eineigel holds a master’s degree in history from the University of British
Columbia. Currently she is a doctoral candidate at the University of Maryland, Col-
lege Park, where she is writing a dissertation on the middle class in Mexico City,
1890–1940.
michael a. ervin is a foreign service officer with the US Department of State,
serving in Guadalajara, Mexico. Until March 2010, he was an associate professor of
history at Central Washington University, where his research focused on agrono-
mists, nation building, and nationalism during the Mexican Revolution. His pub-
lications have appeared in the Hispanic American Historical Review and The Americas.
iñigo garcía-bryce is an assistant professor of history at New Mexico State Uni-
versity. He is the author of Crafting the Republic: Lima’s Artisans and Nation Building in
Peru, 1821–1879 (University of New Mexico Press, 2004).
enrique garguin teaches history at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata and is a
doctoral candidate in the Department of History at the State University of New York
at Stony Brook. He has coedited, with Sergio Visacovsky, the reader Moralidades, eco-
nomías e identidades de clase media: Estudios históricos y etnográficos (Antropofagia,
2009).
simon gunn is a professor of urban history at the University of Leicester and the
coeditor of the Cambridge University Press journal Urban History. His publications
include The Public Culture of the Victorian Middle Class (Manchester University Press,
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