Julia Sloan

  • Associate Professor of Social Science
  • Director, International Studies Program
  • World Civilization to 1550
  • World Civilization from 1550
  • Multicultural Contributions to American Society
  • Comparative Social Institutions
  • Research Methods
  • Models of Society
  • Social Theory
  • Modern Latin America
  • History of Mexico
  • Senior Capstone
Julia Sloan, Cazenovia College Professor of Social Science, International Studies
Social & Behavioral Sciences
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Eddy Hall 203
Professor Sloan joined the faculty at Cazenovia College in 2004 as a world historian in the Social Science Program. She received a Ph.D. in Latin American History from the University of Houston with a specialization in Modern Mexico. Due to her interest in international affairs and her time spent abroad, Dr. Sloan was involved in the development of the college's International Studies curriculum and became the program director in 2006.
  • Ph.D., University of Houston
  • M.A., University of Charleston
  • B.A., Newcomb College of Tulane University
  • Summer Reearch Fellowship Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • Library Scholar at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University
  • Dr. Sloan's area of research is the 1968 Student Movement in Mexico. She has published several articles and presented numerous papers on this topic.